Houston QB Kyle Allen to Enter NFL Draft

Houston Cougars quarterback Kyle Allen (10) will bypass his final season of college eligibility to enter the NFL draft. Houston quarterback Kyle Allen will skip his final year of eligibility and enter the NFL draft. To Texas A&M University and the University of Houston, thank you for giving an out of state kid with desire and love for the game... Read More

Roll Tide Roll!

Roll Tide Roll! Alabama Storms Back to Beat Georgia in Overtime, win Fifth National Title in Nick Saban Era ATLANTA — A year ago in the final game of the season, Nick Saban thought he had won his fifth national title at Alabama behind an incredible comeback from a true freshman quarterback. Turns out, that storyline had to wait a year. Crimson... Read More

Chris Pezman Introduced as University of Houston Athletics Director

HOUSTON - Officials at the University of Houston introduced Chris Pezman as the school’s new athletics director during a news conference Tuesday. Pezman, who served as the assistant athletics director for football operations at UH during the 2012 and 2013 seasons, comes back to Houston after spending four years as senior associate athletics director at the University of California, Berkeley. Pezman also worked... Read More

Panthers Fall At Nicholls

THIBODAUX, La. – The Prairie View A&M University football team lost at Nicholls 44-13 Saturday night at Manning Field / Guidry Stadium.  Jalen Morton led the only PVAMU touchdown drive, moving the Panthers 67 yards in eight plays, ending with Morton's 8-yard touchdown pass to Zarrian Holcombe in the fourth quarter. Zach Elder made a pair of field goals, the... Read More

Another Man of Steel: Bam Adebayo

  Dwight Howard in his prime was the most dominant big man in the league, bringing in 3 Defensive MVP’s, 5 All-NBA first team selections, and 8 All-Star selections. In this year’s upcoming draft there is a draftee that has similar qualities and that has the potential to be just as good as Howard. Bam Adebayo is a 6’10 260-pound... Read More

She’s a Beast: Recee Caldwell

McDonalds All-American, elite scorer, great leader, and an even better person. All these characteristics describe Texas Tech’s star guard Recee Caldwell. This season Caldwell put up 14.5 PPG, 4.5 APG, 2.8 RPG, while shooting 36.4 percent from the three-point line and 38.1 percent from the field. Her efforts this season brought her All-Big 12 Honorable mention. Caldwell scored 20 plus... Read More

Monte Morris: Sleeper of the Draft

Every year, The NBA Draft has hidden gems that many teams pass on for various reasons such as measurables, age, potential, and production. For example, potential rookie of the year guard Malcolm Brogdon, coming out of college many teams were concerned about what position he would play and his ability to score efficiently and consistently. All thirty teams passed on... Read More

March Madness

In just fourteen days, the National College Basketball tournament will start. Before any teams book their flights and start giving out student section tickets, they have to participate in their particular conference tournament. There will be thirty-two winners from each conference that will receive an automatic bid into the pool of sixty-eight teams. For example, in last year’s tournament, Holy... Read More