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McKinney, Houston defense ready to step up against New England

Benardrick McKinney gets uncomfortable when he’s talking to the media. On the field, however, it’s a totally different story. more

UTSA and Texas State continue to build rivalry

Is a rivalry really a rivalry if the teams have only played once? Everett Withers doesn’t think so. more

Texas Tech brings ‘Air Raid’ to Houston Saturday

Coming off a 38-3 rivalry win against Rice, the Houston Cougars will be looking to continue their hot start to the season against Big 12 opponent Texas Tech. The Red Raiders will be Houston’s final … more

Texas Lutheran visits top-ranked UMHB Saturday

Top-ranked Mary Hardin-Baylor’s Crusaders (2-0, 1-0) seek their 18th straight victory and third to start the new season as they welcome Texas Lutheran (1-0, 1-1) to Crusader Stadium this Saturday … more

Vista Ridge hosts Westwood in final tune-up game

Vista Ridge coach Rodney Vincent considers this week’s matchup against Westwood the final dress rehearsal. more

Smith: Tradition in Texas football is second to none

There’s a friendly notice for first-time visitors to the Kyle Field press box: “Please do not be alarmed as the press box will move during the Aggie War Hymn” more

Watson hoping to learn from the best in trip to New England

Deshaun Watson beat the best in college, now he’s turning his attention to the best in the NFL. more

Houston blows out Rice in renewed Bayou Bucket rivalry game

It’s only fitting that shortly after the city of Houston was ravaged by Hurricane Harvey, the town’s two major universities, Rice and Houston, renewed the Bayou Bucket Classic rivalry. It was … more

Texas State comes up just short in conference opener

Texas State needed 99 yards to force at least overtime. It got 98. The Bobcats’ forced a turnover on their own 1-yard line with under three minutes remaining and drove nearly the entire length of the field. more

Big second half propels Texas A&M past Louisiana-Lafayette

All Tyrel Dodson could think of was his grandma’s smile. The sophomore linebacker struggled to put into words what it felt like seeing open field ahead of him after his 40-yard pick six in the second half. more

East View holds off Rouse to open district play

Jake Brown knew what was going to happen before the ball was even thrown. more

Jennings, Westwood overwhelm Leander

Will Jennings had his birthday party a day early. more

Cushing suspended 10 games for PED violation

Houston linebacker Brian Cushing was suspended by the NFL on Wednesday for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs. It’s the second violation of his career. more

Rouse committed to running game as district play begins

If there’s one thing Rouse has shown its ability to do well early in the season, it’s run the football. more

Smith: Central Texas QBs shine at collegiate level

The first week of the college football season was a dark day for the sport in Texas. Three of the most respected historic teams lost as Baylor, Texas, and Texas A&M in spectacular fashion. Week 2 was better but still left just as many questions as answers. more

Texans come out flat in loss to Jaguars

HOUSTON — For all the hype and emotion J.J. Watt built up inside NRG Stadium before kickoff, it didn’t take long for all the air to be let out of the building. more

Hubenak, Aggies hold off Nicholls State

Jake Hubenak has been put in sticky situations before. So when his name was called in the second half of Texas A&M’s home opener on Saturday night, it was like riding a bike. more

Cedar Park rolls in rivalry game against Vandegrift

Mak Sexton threw for 350 yards and three touchdowns, Drew McDaniel caught two touchdowns and threw one, and Cedar Park dominated both sides of the ball in a 38-7 win against Vandegrift Friday night at Monroe Stadium. more

Leander falls after slow second half

Rashad Carter ran for a first down late in the first half for Leander Thursday night. He had two incompletions on the same drive. more

Sexton begins senior year with title aspirations

Mak Sexton picks up an 80-pound log and runs around the cross country track at Cedar Park. He calls it a ‘yancy’ workout and it’s just one of things the Timberwolves do to build chemistry and get stronger. more
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