Follow Jerry Miller as he channel’s his inner Troy Polamalu to find the next big football star and challenges the steel curtain fans to a ketchup eating contest.
The Big East tournament will have a touch of a wake to it this week. When games end, there will be plenty of reminiscing about rivalries and talk of what is to come.
College basketball fans with fond memories of the wild 2011 NCAA tournament may have forgotten this fact: A mostly tranquil regular season led up to it, with the four top seeds combining for just 13 loses.
My weekly, I hate the Cowboys Opponents Rant, where my hate for the other team is rooted in highly non-sensical reasoning and the fact that I’ve generally never even stepped foot in most of the opposing team’s cities.
Convicted killer Bobby Lee Hines has been executed for strangling and repeatedly stabbing a suburban Dallas woman at her apartment 21 years ago.
SMU has not lost this season when it scores first or puts up at least 21 points. The Mustangs were quick to check off both benchmarks to give coach June Jones his 100th collegiate win.
The Panthers are playing in their second straight BBVA Compass Bowl on Saturday against SMU, and each time they’ve had an interim coach.
On Friday, Governor Rick Perry announced his plan to help millions of unemployed Americans. At a steel plant outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Governor Perry said the answer is to take what’s happening in the Barnett Shale in North Texas — and recreate it in other parts of the country.
Pittsburgh kept the No. 1s perfect against the No. 16s in the NCAA tournament by beating North Carolina-Asheville 74-51.
Fifth-ranked Pittsburgh held on for a 68-66 victory over Texas to win the 2K Sports Classic benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer.