Several items in the news this week registered immediate knee jerk reactions.
Jim Ely has seen a lot of seconds tick away over the past 20 years or so as a clock operator for some of the biggest football games played in Texas.
Big 12 co-champion Baylor was the first team left out of the College Football Playoff. Michigan State’s only two losses were to teams that made the first four-team postseason field.
Robert Griffin III won the Heisman Trophy at Baylor. Bryce Petty was the quarterback who then led the Bears to their first two Big 12 championships.
The Spartans, a top-10 defense for the fourth season in a row, play high-powered Baylor at the Cotton Bowl in defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi’s final game.
The annual Heart of Dallas Bowl game has a proud tradition of sharing proceeds from the game to local charities.
This year’s Cotton Bowl Classic will be the first game to feature two top-10 nationally ranked teams. The 8th ranked Michigan State Spartans will travel south to face off against the 5th ranked Baylor Bears on New Year’s Day, January 1st, 2015.
Left out of the four-team playoff, Big 12 co-champion Baylor gets to stay close to home to play in the Cotton Bowl on New Year’s Day against Michigan State.
Fans of the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooners are descending on North Texas on Friday in anticipation of Saturday’s big Red River Rivalry game at Fair Park in Dallas.
OU/Texas weekend is Dallas’ biggest, busiest weekend of the year. But, something is missing this year — the buzz. But some are worried fears over Ebola will keep a lot of fans at home.
The Sooners’ hated rival pops up on the schedule just in time to help them refocus after their first loss. Oklahoma fell at TCU last Saturday and dropped from No. 4 to No. 11 in the Top 25.
The college football bowl game based in Dallas is adding honors for the area’s first responders.