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With the first day of school fast approaching, athletics officials at major Texas universities are moving forward with a fall football season, planning to bring thousands of fans back to stadiums. … more
The University of Texas at Austin will kick off the football season Sept. 5, albeit with a stadium open at half its capacity, athletics officials told ticket holders on July 20. While both NCAA … more
Tears were shed, hugs were embraced, and consoling words were given. Common sights any other year at the Southland Conference men’s and basketball tournaments, but a surreal one this year. more
The Southland Conference announced Wednesday evening it will limit attendance to its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments beginning Thursday morning due to precautions related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. more
The last time Macy Ray stepped onto a basketball court in Katy, she was drilling college-distance 3-pointers for Taylor High and coach Blair Ary. more
The 2020 Southland Conference Basketball Tournament tips off Wednesday at 5 p.m. CT at the Leonard E. Merrell Center in Katy. more
University of St. Thomas men’s basketball coach Anthony Medina remembers when he was sold on Nathan Thormaehlen. more
After making the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2009 in 2018, Rice volleyball took it up a notch in 2019, totaling its second-most wins in a season with 27, winning its first NCAA tournament game with a sweep of Oklahoma, and ranking in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Top 25 for the first time. more
HOUSTON — Until Friday, Kellen Mond had never owned a cowboy hat. But after throwing for 95 yards and a touchdown and rushing for 117 yards and another touchdown to lift Texas A&M to a 24-21 win over No. 25 Oklahoma State in the 13th Texas Bowl on Dec. 27, the junior quarterback earned a late Christmas present. more
Shaka Smart hadn’t seen the rivalry between Texas and Texas A&M first-hand in his tenure with the Longhorns, but he’s watched plenty of old games between the Longhorns and Aggies. more
The American Athletic Conference announced on Nov. 18 a two-year scheduling model that will be in place for the 2020 and 2021 seasons. more
In June, the NCAA announced it was moving its men’s college basketball 3-point line from 19-feet, 9-inches, to 22-feet, 1 ¾-inches. more
It’s not been an easy road for Texas A&M thus far. Through six games, the Aggies had already had to deal with three top-10 teams—all losses—and their two SEC wins hadn’t come easy. more
Every now and then, SMU junior offensive lineman Hayden Howerton and senior defensive back Rodney Clemons will bring up the good ol’ days, when Howerton was sporting the red of Katy High and Clemons was donning the blue of Taylor High. more
Halfway through the college football regular season, Texas A&M is trying to discover what it’s about after another loss to a No. 1 team. more
On the one hand, Texas A&M can argue that a 31-27 win over Arkansas is an SEC win no matter what anyone says, and not only that, most of the Aggies’ games here at JerryWorld are nail-biters, regardless of rankings or rationale. more
Kellen Mond can play but Texas A&M’s isn’t getting maximum value out of the talented junior. more
At least fans of Texas and Texas A&M could take pleasure in the other’s misfortune last weekend. more
When everyone left, Collin Wilder stayed more
The names had been announced. That’s what Malik Essilfie thought, anyway. more
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