The Texan athlete, who famously raised his fist on the medal stand at the 1968 Olympics, is the subject of a new film premiering this week on Starz.
Authors Jessica Luther and Kavitha A. Davidson say it's time for sports fans to grapple with the industry's systemic injustices.
The Houston Astros owner decided to defend every bad PR move his organization has made.
In 1990, Longhorn student athletes marched through campus united against racism. Their movement continues through players still calling for change today.
A Rio Grande Valley native, Morrow returned to a quiet life of farming after winning three gold medals at the 1956 Olympics.
The promising start to the league is one of the endless disappointments of 2020.
The new show follows members of Navarro College’s cheer team as they prepare for a big competition.
The Texans quarterback won his first playoff game in spectacular fashion.
”Mavericks” is tough to translate. So is ”Dynamos.” But we imagined ways that we could rename Texas teams in a universal way.
Yeah, the Astros really pulled it off.
A week after winning the crown, Claire Jeffress kicked a game-winning field goal.
The last time the Longhorns and Sooners faced off with brand new coaches, the game led into a riot.
They knew him as 12th Man Jesus. He appeared, and it was good.
Who’d have thought that he would be this good at this already?
Of course you would. The question is, would you eat more of it?
We've got some bueno taco suggestions for the Cowboys' new defensive end.
After a weekend that saw him become only the second golfer to win ten or more tournaments before the age of 24, let’s can the doom and gloom.
Welcome to the broadcast booth (for now), Tony Romo.
With that figure, it'd make it one of the most expensive pieces of sports memorabilia of all time.
The NFL is threatening to pull out of Texas when it comes to event consideration, and the governor is fighting back.
The NFL isn’t coming to San Antonio. Instead, the Raiders filed paperwork to move to a town less than half the size.
How is this even a question?
Yes, you read that correctly.
...with a $100 million taxpayer commitment.
Myke Tavarres is an unlikely NFL success story—and he decided not to push his chances before his team’s final preseason game.
The dangers of an unfortunate local paper headline in the viral era.
Stay off Twitter, everybody.
Somehow, the Mavericks and the Rockets join the Spurs in the NBA playoffs again this year—but we don’t like their odds.
During a sit-down interview, the ESPN reporter jumped to some big conclusions.
Hungry? You might not be after you learn about the Wicked Pig.
The latest front in Title IX?
The 22-year-old Dallas golfer is well on his way to being one of the richest media presences on the planet.
At SXSW this year, StriVR—the company that’s bringing VR to practice facilities around the NFL, NHL, NBA, MLB, and MLS—showed off their goods.
Will UTRGV's football program remain undefeated?
The world is bleak, so get it while you can.
What a time to be alive.
Football fans have had their fun with the struggling quarterback, but it’s time for the conversation to shift.
The Super Bowl quarterback and presumptive NFL MVP had a year in Brenham that they’re still talking about.
An ISD investigation into the Plano East baseball program turned up racial and gay slurs, concussions, a fight club, and more.
He’s not wrong about that, but is this an opportunity to reconsider gambling laws?
The business magazine’s ”30 Under 30” lists were released yesterday—and its sports list surprisingly included two Dallas Stars.
The quarterback who got dumped by the Cowboys—the Cowboys!—stepped in and stepped up for the Texans Sunday night.
Did we witness the worst half-inning in Astros history?
”Put your H's in the air if you with it, mane.”
The AL West leaders are having a storybook season—so why isn’t anybody going to the stadium to watch it play out?
The seemingly humorless coach plays up his persona for a perfect prank.
They’re making crazy extra points in Midland, missing them in Austin, and needing them desperately in Dallas.
The most unpopular man in Austin will now be the most unpopular man somewhere else.
Because of course he does.
San Antonio City Manager Sheryl Sculley seems to think so.