Texas has a long way to go to restore the program back to where it once was. The Longhorns’ performance in the Texas Bowl made that perfectly clear.
Arkansas and Texas will renew their old Southwest Conference rivalry in the Texas Bowl. The Razorbacks and Longhorns both take 6-6 records into Monday night’s game at Houston.
The entire postseason schedule features 39 bowls, including the playoff championship game. To help sort through the clutter, here’s a look at some of the more intriguing matchups that aren’t part of the ‘New Year’s Six.’
Charlie Strong knows as well as anyone about the long history between Arkansas and Texas, having grown up in Arkansas and played in college at Central Arkansas.
A big push has begun to reunite the Texas Longhorns with the in-state rival Aggies in the 2014 Advocare V100 Texas Bowl! Please, don’t let this happen.
The Big 12 announced a seven-game bowl lineup that begins in 2014, runs six years, and includes an agreement to alternate playing postseason games in Fort Worth, Texas, and Dallas.
Texas A&M hasn’t won a bowl since 2001. DeRuyter hopes that streak will end this year, and he indicated he’d be interested in the full-time head coaching job with the Aggies.
Illinois earned its first bowl victory since 1999 with a 38-14 win over Baylor on Wednesday night in the Texas Bowl.
The Baylor Bears look for their first bowl win since 1992 when they face Illinois in the Texas Bowl.
The Baylor Bears will play their first bowl game in 16 seasons as they’ve accepted an invitation to play Illinois of the Big Ten in the Texas Bowl in Houston on Dec. 29.