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UH football schedule taking shape with four games at ReliantUpdated Apr 19 Share Tweet
UH football schedule taking shape with four games at Reliant The University of Houston is close to finalizing its seven-game home football schedule for next season, athletic officials said Friday. With the release of the Texans' NFL schedule Thursday, f…
Share TweetDecember woes can hurt a contender’s January playoff seeding. Such was the case for the 2012 Texans. Losses in three of their final five games knocked Houston down to the No. 3 spot in the AFC and left the Texans to travel to New England in the divisionShare TweetWhat’s the ideal first-round scenario for each team? Houston Texans The first 26 picks of the draft probably won’t hit a lot on wide receivers, giving the Texans their choice of a large group. West Virginia’s Tavon Austin likely will be gone, and CoSource: ESPN.comShare TweetHouston Texans John McClain of the Houston Chronicle runs through the Texans’ schedule and comes out with a 13-3 record including wins against Denver and New England. To which I say: That seems incredibly optimistic to me a year removed from major strugSource: ESPN.com
Bevy of backs bodes well for A&M offenseUpdated Apr 19 Share TweetBevy of backs bodes well for A&M offense COLLEGE STATION - So much has been made of Johnny Manziel's legs, fellow Texans ZZ Top would be wise to write a sequel in ode to Texas A&M's fleet-footed quarterback (kids, use your Google). [...] here's …Source: chron.com
Grading the draft history of the AFC SouthApr 19Daniel Jeremiah assigns grades for the past four draft classes of the Indianapolis Colts, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans.
Which NFL team is most desperate for a wide receiver?Apr 19Former NFL general manager Charley Casserly analyzes which NFL team is more desperate to find a wide receiver in the 2013 NFL Draft: the Rams, Texans or Vikings?
Don Banks: For Brandon O'Brien, honor, service, sacrifice more vital than …Apr 19In the whirlwind aftermath of the tragic bombings at the Boston Marathon this week, you may have heard the inspiring story of Brandon O'Brien, the longshot 30-year-old NFL hopeful and former Marine and Iraqi war veteran who felt moved enough by the terr…