Versatile ESPN Sportscaster John Saunders Dies At 61ESPN sportscaster John Saunders, who has hosted "The Sports Reporters" for the last 15 years, has died, the network announced Wednesday. He was 61.
Oklahoma Overwhelming Preseason Pick For Big 12 TitleOklahoma is the overwhelming preseason pick to win another Big 12 title.
Fired Coach Art Briles Criticizes Baylor In Court FilingFired Baylor coach Art Briles is ripping his former employer, accusing the school of wrongful termination and indicating he has no interest in settling a lawsuit against him and the university by a woman who was raped by a football player.
AP Sources: No New Bowls For Next Three YearsTwo people involved in the decision tell The Associated Press that the NCAA won't allow the creation of new bowl games for the next three years.
TCU-Texas Football Game Moved From Thanksgiving DayThe TCU-Texas football game originally scheduled for Thanksgiving Day in Austin has been moved to a day later -- a Friday.
National Signing Day Special ReportCBS11's Bill Jones hosted a 25 minute special on what local football stars went where on National Signing Day!
DISD To Add Excitement To National Signing DayDISD wants to honor both current and former student athlete at the annual signing day ceremony.
Former Cowboy Makes It To Super Bowl W/O Ever Playing College BallThe Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans didn't make it to the Super Bowl, but if you're looking for a team to root for there will be a Texas-native playing in the big game.
National Championship Game: Alabama Vs Clemson - Five Things To WatchThe Tide seek their 4th title under Saban, the Tigers their first since '81. Here's what to look for in tonight's title game.
National Championship Game: Clemson Vs Alabama PicksCan Deshaun Watson and the Tigers pull the upset against the Tide?
Texas A&M Offensive Coordinator Spavital Leaves SchoolThe Aggies issued a statement that says Spavital and the school "have mutually decided to part ways."
Texas A&M Hits Sour Note In Music City BowlLamar Jackson ran for 226 yards and two touchdowns, and threw for two more scores to help Louisville beat the Aggies by a score of 27-21 on Wednesday night. Texas A&M became the first SEC team to lose this bowl season.

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