Coahoma, Texas, is a small town of less than a thousand people sitting on Interstate 20, midway between Big Spring and Colorado City. The Dairy Queen is on the interstate, and the local café seems to be closed. The Protestant and Evangelical churches are in the middle of town, and the schools — elementary, middle school and high school — are tucked away in the northwest corner. There’s a water storage tank there that proudly proclaims Coahoma to be the home of Quail Dobbs, “world renowned PRCA rodeo clown.”
At a recent NFL event in New Jersey, Ken Houston found himself sitting next to his friend “Mean” Joe Greene. Houston was wearing the Pro Football Hall of Fame ring he received as an inductee in 1986.
These days, a lot of people like to talk about how hard they work.
When Stephenville won its first two Class 4A state championships in the early 1990s, there wasn’t a more versatile player on the field than Jason Bragg.
However you feel about Art Briles (and everyone is entitled to their opinion), it’s impossible to deny that the man knows something about coaching successful football.
Coaching a veteran crew led by all-Big 12 middle linebacker Clay Johnston, Mike Siravo doesn’t have to bring his linebacker corps along with baby steps.
In this age of spread offenses loaded with hordes of wide receivers, the tight end has become a forgotten man on many college football teams.
Displaying some Houdini-like moves, Baylor quarterback Charlie Brewer is one of the best scramblers in the Big 12.
For the first time in Matt Rhule’s three seasons, Baylor will head into the fall with a quarterback entrenched in the starting role as Charlie Brewer returns following a successful 2018 season.
After Baylor was shut out in last year’s NFL draft, nine former Bears carried similar hopes and aspirations into Tuesday’s annual Pro Day.
There is a moment in the course of the sporting event where all the cheering completely fades away. Conversations once comprised of full-throated screaming vanish. Athletes drop to a knee. Others wince, some pray.
You can take it to the bank – Matt Rhule wants his players to eat.
As Baylor began spring practice Wednesday morning, the Bears did so with a new vibe going into head coach Matt Rhule’s third season at the helm.
Baylor continued to look for big men up front Wednesday as it rounded out its 2019 recruiting class by signing five players, including defensive end Garmon Randolph and offensive linemen Elijah Ellis and Paul Matavao-Poialii.
Los Angeles Rams linebacker Bryce Hager is savoring every moment of his Super Bowl LIII experience: the craziness of Monday’s media day, the intensity of every practice, and finally Sunday’s showdown against the New England Patriots at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Houston Baptist University has named Cedric Whitaker as its new cornerbacks coach.
Taking the reins of a disgraced Baylor football program, Matt Rhule’s overriding plan was to clean up its off-the-field issues, build a winning team, and establish long-term stability.
When Matt Rhule arrived at Baylor in December 2016, he brought along a resume featuring a blueprint for success.
With a winning season on the line, Baylor sophomore quarterback Charlie Brewer pulled everything he had out of his big bag of intangibles.
A triumph for Matt Rhule, a spotlight for Charlie Brewer, a Texas Bowl triumph and more.
Sep 2McLane Stadium, Waco, TX
Sep 9McLane Stadium, Waco, TX
Sep 16Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham, NC
Sep 23McLane Stadium, Waco, TX
Sep 30Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Manhattan, KS
Oct 14Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater, OK
Oct 21McLane Stadium, Waco, TX
Oct 28McLane Stadium, Waco, TX
Nov 4Memorial Stadium , Lawrence, KS
Nov 11AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
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Nov 24Amon G. Carter Stadium, Fort Worth, TX