Frank Broyles, the former Arkansas football coach and longtime athletic director, is being inducted into the reinitiated Southwest Conference Hall of Fame in Waco.
Joe Kirk Fulton, who as a Texas Tech senior became the university’s first “Masked Rider” at the 1954 Gator Bowl, has died at his West Texas ranch. He was 81.
The 77th Cotton Bowl Classic will play out in Arlington Friday night. But did you ever stop to think, who founded the annual event and how did it become so popular?
Former Texas coach Darrell Royal was remembered Tuesday as a humble champion who built a powerhouse football program and a Longhorn brand known around the world.
Texas will honor former football coach Darrell Royal with a public memorial on campus that is expected to draw several thousand people.
Crow won the Heisman Trophy in 1957 playing for Texas A&M; LeVias became, in 1965 at SMU, the first black football scholarship recipient from a Southwest Conference school.
The college sports landscape of North Texas is changing yet again.
A year ago Horned Frog fans said goodbye to the old Amon G. Carter Stadium configuration. Fifty-two weeks later fans have packed into a stadium full of construction tape and cyclone fencing to cheer the Frogs on against the Colorado State Rams.
The official Texas A&M fight song includes a line that bids farewell to Texas, “so long to the orange and white.” By this time next year, Texas A&M may have said goodbye to a lot more than its storied, century-old rivalry with Texas.