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Football Season Cometh

Big 12 reveals strategy to give conference football playoff edge

By Matthew Postins

This season, the Big 12 is branding itself under the banner “One True Champion.” But will that make a difference come playoff time? Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby believes so, and ...

Bleeding Orange and Gold

Will the Longhorns' new unis be the golden ticket to upsetting OU?

By Ryan Lakich

The Texas Longhorns barely eked out a win over the 1-3 Iowa State Cyclones last Thursday, mostly thanks to officials in the review booth just going through the motions, not unlike the Longhorns&rsq ...

No. 1 ... in January

Texas A&M rises to top of 2013 preseason rankings on the shoulders of Johnny Manziel

By Matthew Postins

In college football, the only time it pays to be No. 1 in January is when the final polls of the season are released. But the Texas A&M Aggies are certainly abuzz, thanks to ...

Texas vs. Baylor

Texas Longhorn redemption or reversal: Bearly coping with Baylor and losing

By Kevin Benz

The sun came up on Sunday. Head Coach Mack Brown probably saw it come up as he was watching the football game for the third or fourth time — still taking notes. On Saturday there is still ...

Texas 21 - OU 63

Time to reassess: After the Red River Rivalry, should Mack Brown retire?

By Kevin Benz

It’s time. Texas exposed itself in Dallas and Longhorn nation must ask whether Mack Brown is the man to lead this team any longer. Most of the Texas Longhorns failed to even show up at th ...

Texas vs. Oklahoma

Red River, bad blood: No. 15 Longhorns and No. 13 Sooners face off Saturday

By Kevin Benz

Texas is a really good football team. Last week's near-win against one of the best teams in the country qualifies as one of those season-defining moments. The Longhorns looked at the end zo ...

Hey, It's Tradition

Where to party in Dallas for the Texas-OU Red River Rivalry weekend

By Jonathan Rienstra

We are a less than a week away from the annual pilgrimage up I-35 for what is arguably the biggest sports event in Dallas: the Red River Rivalry. The University of Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma ...

Texas Longhorns Football vs. Oklahoma Sooners

Cotton Bowl Stadium

The Longhorns and Sooners face off for the 107th time at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.

football nation

A game of "what if...": What would be different if a four-team college football playoff started earlier?

By Trey McLean

College football announced last week that, starting in the 2014 season, a four-team playoff will decide the National Championship. It was a watershed moment for the future of college football. But ...

welcome to the big 12

Get to know your opponent: What we know about WVU and some life saving tips for the Mountaineers

By Trey McLean

College football is rapidly approaching and a lot of things have happened since Alabama beat LSU in the National Title game in January. Most of the headlines have been dominated by the horrific-nes ...

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