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Olympic great Carl Lewis has agreed to become a full-time coach for the track and field program at the University of Houston.
Eight months into changing the fallen Texans and two years removed from digging Penn State out of an unthinkable hole partly obscured why Bill O'Brien was chosen as just the third coach in Bob McNair's 12 years of football ownership in Houston.
In the end, Bill O'Brien gets another of his Chosen One Quarterbacks, adding Bill Belichick reject Ryan Mallett to strong-armed rookie Tom Savage.
Nobody at Texas A&M was lamenting Johnny Manziel's absence Thursday night when his replacement, Kenny Hill, was torching South Carolina in Columbia, SC, to the tune of 511 passing yards and three touchdowns in a surprising 52-28 rout.
The Roadrunners have kept their perfect record in season openers intact as they managed their most famous victory in school history as they managed a 27-7 win over University of Houston to open Houston's new TDECU stadium.
Three teams from Louisiana saw action on Thursday night. Tulane lost in a thrilling double overtime game on the road to Tulsa 38-31 in their first game in the American Athletic Conference.
North Edgecombe gifted SouthWest Edgecombe four first downs by jumping offsides and being whistled for six false starts that killed offensive momentum.
Tom Savage stands in front of a laundry basket in the still 75-man cramped Houston Texans locker room.
Jason Castro hit a grand slam, Collin McHugh threw seven solid innings and the Houston Astros beat the Texas Rangers 4-2 Thursday night.
The University of Houston will open a brand new stadium on Friday, September 29, when it hosts the University of Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners at 8 p.m. Stadium was constructed at the site of the Cougars' former home, Robertson Stadium, over the course of the last two years and should provide the program a boost in 2014.
The Southern University Jaguars open the 2014 season with a tough test Saturday, traveling to meet the University of Louisiana-Lafayette at Cajun Field.
As false narratives go it's not nearly as bad as USC cornerback Josh Shaw inventing a heroic rescue, but it's pretty pathetic in its own comical way nonetheless.
Cincinnati was picked to win the American Athletic Conference. Here are some names to know : The Notre Dame transfer has not participated in a game in more than 1,000 days but has become the buzz of the AAC.
University of Louisiana-Lafayette's Al Riles, a junior from Lakeshore High, was shifted from defensive back to wide receiver in the spring and he enters August camp starting in the slot position.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 11:36 pm
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