“I guess I’m fearless,” said women’s basketball coach Nicki Collen, who has the 22–6 Bears ranked number 21 in the nation.
An investigation into Big D's lack of a big, dusty to-do.
First came an already integrated NFL franchise, which moved from New York in 1952. The same year, Texas League baseball would follow.
Turns out, everyone from former Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin to the ghost of Mickey Mantle helped cause Johnny Football’s downfall.
PJ Izaguirre is a race director for Tejas Trails. The routes are long; the preparation is grueling. And you'll never meet someone with more positive vibes.
For Dynamic Prep, the North Texas academy founded by NBA retiree Jermaine O’Neal, training future college and pro athletes is the mission.
The team from Del Rio went on to win the Texas high school golf championship in 1957—and soon will see its story told in movie theaters around the country.
Rice, the rookie from North Texas and former SMU star, has emerged as a key facet in the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl ambitions.
Snack recipes to fuel your cheers, jeers, and halftime dance party.
The 19–2 Houston Cougars have looked outstanding in their debut season in the Big 12. Now bring on Kansas!
The Von Erichs' story is about tragedy—but also about a survivor. Writer John Spong reflects on why ‘The Iron Claw’ family still resonates with audiences.
After a two-year retirement, seven-time state championship head coach Todd Dodge took over at Lovejoy High School, in the Dallas suburbs.
Once a national craze, ninepin bowling is now practiced in just eighteen Texas clubs, where a vibrant cast of characters keep the sport alive.
On Thursday, schools across Texas will learn what districts they’ll play in for the next two years. Then, the scheduling madness begins.
Last week, an injury-depleted TCU squad held open tryouts to replenish its roster. This week, it returned with four new walk-ons and a win.
Fans braved near-freezing temperatures and frigid rain to catch a glimpse of soccer icon Lionel Messi on the pitch against FC Dallas.
NAACP head Derrick Johnson visited Austin to support preservation efforts at Lions Municipal, the first public links in Texas to desegregate.
The Longhorns and the Cowboys got thumped after receiving Cruz’s endorsement. Some say the junior senator is to blame.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wants all the control over America’s Team—even when it means taking credit for another dreadful playoff exit.
How a first-year head coach and rookie quarterback led Texas’s second NFL franchise out of the AFC South basement and into the playoffs.
After bowing out of this season’s national semifinals, the Texas Longhorns expect sustained success under head coach Steve Sarkisian.
‘The Iron Claw’ portrays the tragic side of the Dallas wrestling dynasty. Watching the Von Erichs’ matches reminds us of their days of glory.
Florida State isn’t the only conference champion who got shafted by the College Football Playoff rankings committee this season.
In his first year in San Marcos, Kinne has led the Bobcats to a 7–5 record and the school’s first-ever appearance in a postseason bowl game.
The Longhorns dominated Nebraska with a record-breaking service performance in the NCAA women's volleyball finals.
Division I schools thought John Matocha was too small, so the former Magnolia West star went to Division II and wrote his own legend.
The film portrayal of the Dallas wrestling titans delivers an emotional suplex, but it could have used more moves.
Jamie Rigdon and his sons have made a habit of bouncing between high schools and collecting football championships along the way.
With a Big 12 championship and a spot in the College Football Playoff, head coach Steve Sarkisian has built a winning culture in Austin.
Few programs can recruit or raise money as well as the Aggies. This week, A&M hired Elko to coach the team to its championship potential.
How the North Texas commuter school, which competes in Division III sports, built one of the top e-sports programs in the country.
The Longhorn Network will go off the air next July. But the University of Texas’s pursuit of its own channel changed college sports forever.
The $77 million the university will pay Jimbo Fisher to not coach football could fund 1,666 full-tuition scholarships—or buy 17 billion Goldfish crackers.
The Texas Cowgirls weren’t all from the state, but the groundbreaking women’s pro team promoted itself with loads of Texas mystique.
At a program that covets football greatness—and whose donors will pay almost anything to attain it—firing Jimbo Fisher was an easy call.
A viral video of Austin’s Kayleigh Williamson completing the New York City Marathon last weekend inspired athletes from coast to coast.
Two years ago, the Texas Rangers finished in last place with 102 losses. Now, after a stunning—and pricey—turnaround, they are MLB champions.
The University of Houston football team wore “Luv Ya Blue” in its season opener, and NFL lawyers want to make sure it never happens again.
The World Series–bound Texas Rangers have embraced the much-maligned band with arms wide open. And it turns out that Creed kinda slaps.
Foul trouble slowed the San Antonio Spurs rookie in Wednesday’s loss to Dallas, but Wembanyama’s flashes of brilliance still shone bright.
The woman who reported being physically abused in 2014 was awarded $270,000 in damages.
Thanks to second-year coach Trent Miller and five-star senior quarterback DJ Lagway, 8–0 Willis High School has become an “addict” for winning.
The former head football coach was called to testify on Thursday—and made some surprising assertions.
Before game two of the ALCS, a Houston Astros fan was told his shirt, which referenced the team’s cheating scandal, was unwelcome at the ballpark.
Much like indoor baseball in Houston or an MLB team in Arlington, a Houston Astros–Texas Rangers ALCS was once a dream and is now a reality.
After blowing the AL West division lead on the last day of the regular season, the suddenly white-hot Rangers swept their way into the ALCS.
For soccer pros like Austin FC’s Maxi Urruti and FC Dallas’s Alan Velasco, starting beef is the secret ingredient to team-building.
With its limited edition Shania Twain T-shirt and other unexpected items, the San Antonio Spurs’ online store is not afraid to get weird.
While the Astros found a way to steal the AL West regular-season crown, the Texas Rangers are falling apart at the worst possible time.
Houston-area native Simone Biles completed her long pursuit of the Yurchenko double pike at the world championships on Sunday.