Mike Finger of the San Antonio Express-News looks back on "the precise moment when UT transformed from a college football superpower into a bumbling, inept program."
No Fooling? The Longhorns and the Aggies have signed a ten-year deal with ESPN's SEC Network and the Longhorn Network to play football once again.
Baylor's Heisman-winning former quarterback Robert Griffin III wasn't shy with his opinions after Sunday's Louisville-Baylor women's hoops game, a chippy, controversial contest that ended Baylor's season.
The sometimes controversial "Air Raid" offense guru, who has coached everywhere from Copperas Cove High School to (most recently) DII McMurry in Abilene, joins June Jones' staff as assistant head coach and passing game coordinator.
A&M, SEC, BCS...WWE? The Aggies head coach was the guest of honor when pro wrestling came to Reed Arena Sunday, much to the chagrin of Big Show.
“The University of Texas will change its colors to maroon and white before Texas goes purple, much less blue.” – Rick Perry, always thinking about college football (just like all of us). (From the Wall Street Journal. For the back story, read Erica Greider’s Thursday column.)
Remember when "Longhorns, Inc." was on the cover of Texas Monthly? So do UT athletic directors DeLoss Dodds and Chris Plonsky.
Texas A&M already won last week's in-state recruiting title. Now Sports Illustrated's Andy Staples looks back at 2010.
A new survey suggests that Dallas-Fort Worth is 62 percent Texas Rangers fans while only 61 percent call themselves Dallas Cowboys fans.
Here's a “Major” hint. Houston and San Antonio were also Top 10 finishers in Payscale's Office Romance Survey.
Longhorns redshirt freshman quarterback Connor Brewer was arrested by University of Texas police over the weekend, which means the details made it into everybody's favorite campus police blotter.
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It may not be as high-stakes as the Alabama game or Cotton Bowl, but Johnny Manziel’s video with basketball trick shot specialists Dude Perfect is still jaw-dropping.
This is no way to revive The Battle of the Brazos: Ennis municipal court judge W. Lee Johnson, a Baylor alumnus, was publicly reprimanded for his none-too-subtle post about the A&M QB’s apparent moving violation.
The Stars' first game of the lockout-shortened NHL season was an announced sellout, but at least one seat in the American Airlines Center appeared "empty," as the team had a little fun with last week's biggest sports story.
An ESPN analysis of "recruiting migration" trends among Top 20 college football teams found one thing never changes: Texas had the most players in both 1940 and 2010.
What people are saying about Gary Kubiak, Matt Schaub, and the Texans defense after their 41-28 loss to the New England Patriots.
Does Texas A&M’s Cotton Bowl dominance of Oklahoma mean the Aggies would have had an even better season had they stayed in the Big 12? No.
Anybody (including many Aggies) who said they expected Texas A&M's first season in the Southeastern Conference to go so well is lying. But it's still funny to look back at all the naysayers.
How rare was last night's one-point safety by Oregon against Kansas State? It's only happened once before in NCAA history: when UT did it against A&M eight years ago.