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“It’s frustrating when you lose any of them,” said Texans head coach David Culley. “We just didn’t play well in the second half. We had that same thing happen last week, but we were able to hold on. We just have to keep working on it, look at the video and keep evaluating everything we do. We have to correct it.” more
“To be able to finish the way we did, that gives us hope,” Cooks said. “There’s no moral victories but it shows us we can do this. We just have to be more consistent, more disciplined and be better early.” more
“We’re still inconsistent with things. Our penalties in this last game were down but two of those penalties were critical. We got better there but they are coming at the wrong time,” Culley said. more
“We just got to go in the film room and flush it,” said safety Lonnie Johnson Jr. “Watch the film and correct our mistakes and then go out there this next game. It’s a divisional game, we have to go out there and try our best to win that game.” more
“This one hurts a lot,” said running back David Johnson. “Especially with everything with the Patriots and that organization and the success they’ve had. It definitely does hurt.” more
"When you have those kinds of things happen to you, you lose football games. You don’t get beat, you lose football games and that’s what we did. This football team we are about to play has a history of not doing that.” more
“He’s going to have a lot more put on him than he had put on him last week," Culley said. "I feel like he’ll be able to handle that. We’re just going to run our offense and let him handle it from there.” more
“We have to be able to run the ball,” said Texans head coach David Culley. “That’s hwo we are and I think offensively our biggest ill of the night was the face we could not establish any consistency in our run game." more
"He had been excellent,” said Texans head coach Davis Culley of Taylor. It’s obvious that when he went down, it was a blow to us. When we went in at halftime we looked him over and he says, ‘I’m alright.’ But I looked at him in his eyes, and it was just his competitiveness saying, ‘I’m okay,’ but I knew he wasn’t okay.” more
“We’ve always preached about getting turnovers and we were able to get three tonight,” Culley said. Then offensively we took care of the football. That’s our formula, as long as we are following that formula things are going to be alright and we were able to do that.” more
“I’m looking forward to this team,” said Texans head coach David Culley. “I like what this team has done during training camp and during the preseason games. Other than the last game where we turned the ball over so much, I’ve really felt good about this football team.” more
“This is more than just a hobby to me, this is my career,” Hymel said. “This is what I want to do. I’m not going to college, I’ve spent my college savings trying to pursue this. I’m fully invested and I just can’t stop until I get there." more
As has been the case all season, Austin FC dominated the possession, holding the ball nearly 70% of the match. Austin outshot Houston 14-9 and had a 5-3 advantage in shots on goal. more
“I knew I could do it from when I first started wrestling. I felt that I could be an Olympic champ so I kept going… I did it.” more
“It’s indescribable, I woke up with a big smile on my face just knowing that I’m going to be playing at the most famous arena in the world every night, 41 games out of the season,” Grimes said in a video posted to the Knicks twitter account on Friday. “I’m really lost for words.” more
Alison Gibson and Jordan Windle are resiliently optimistic. That attitude has helped the pair of Longhorns stay even-keeled when the college and international competitions got tough. But it … more
Paddy Fisher remembers it fondly. more
A pair of George Springer dingers – including an inside the park hustle and the 2,000th Astros home run hit inside Minute Maid Park – help the Houston Astros close out their final home … more
As the Constellation Energy League heads into its last week of play, it’s former players that continue to make the news. Last week the Houston Astros promoted former Team Skeeter pitcher … more
Competition is beginning to heat up at Constellation Field where the four teams in the Constellation Energy League are hitting their groove with two full weeks of competition under their … more
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