When the U.S. and Mexico soccer teams played last week, it proved that fandom is more a state of mind than a state of place.
Unless you’re an opponent, of course.
Tyler Kolek is a hard-throwing high school senior from Shepherd. And he just may be the first pick in the Major League Baseball amateur draft.
Scarborough High School, in Houston, has suffered through a 44-game losing streak dating back to September 2009. The team’s seniors could graduate without seeing victory. But the Spartans still rush the field every Friday night, hoping their luck will turn around.
When Lake Travis drops below 660 feet, visitor spending drops by up to $33.8 million, resulting in lost jobs and shuttered businesses. Carlos’n Charlie’s, a 500-plus-seat Mexican restaurant, is the latest casualty.
The West High School football team opened their 2013 football season Thursday night, another step for the town in moving past the devastating fertilizer plant explosion.
Brek Shea on scoring goals, getting free cleats, and doing the faux-hawk.
Nearly 25 years after SMU received the death penalty, the Mustangs are finally on the trail to success. But an ESPN documentary reminds us how far the team had fallen thanks to ego, greed, and the religion of football.
What’s different about this Rangers team that earned them their first trip to the World Series? Everything.
The Texas Rangers may not have won the World Series, but it was a year fans will never forget.
And the question on everyone’s mind is: Does TCU deserve a shot at the BCS title game?
A manager who admitted using cocaine? Owners who declared bankruptcy? Something about Claws and Antlers? No, the craziest story line of the season is that the Rangers have finally earned some respect.
The hip-hop inspired “purple drank” may have claimed its latest victim—former A&M defensive tackle Johnny Jolly of the Green Bay Packers—who faces prison time for possession of at least 200 grams of codeine, a key ingredient.