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The End of A Rivalry

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The fact that this is the last scheduled game between Texas and Texas A&M hasn’t quite hit me yet. My brain keeps sending the “does not compute” error message. This year’s Thanksgiving matchup between the long time rivals (in fact, it’s the third longest rivalry in Division 1 football) has an aura about it that I’ve never felt before. It’s ... Read More »

College Football Weekend Preview

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After a few weeks of neglecting this (thank you, Rangers playoff run), it’s time to jump back on the horse. Here are this weekend’s games. TCU @ Wyoming (1pm CT, Televised on The Mountain) The Frogs and Cowboys are both undefeated in conference play, with TCU beating Air Force, San Diego State and New Mexico, while Wyoming has beaten San ... Read More »

College Football Weekend Preview — Week 4

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DFW teams went 2-1 again last week, with the Frogs and Mustangs both winning, while North Texas lost. This week, expect more of the same. #20 TCU vs. Portland State (1pm CST Saturday 9/24, not televised) Gary Patterson’s typically vaunted defense has yet to show up for a game. TCU allowed 17 points in the first quarter last week against ... Read More »

CFB Weekend Preview: College Football Is Finally Here

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College football is here, finally, and with it comes the first of a weekly weekend preview. North Texas @ Florida International (6 pm CST Thursday, 9/1 Watch on ESPN 3) UNT looks to improve on an abysmal 3-9 season in 2010. They start the season off against a conference foe in FIU, a team that beat the Mean Green 34-10 ... Read More »

Cowboys Falter Late, Aggies Hold On

One thing is for certain since Jason Garrett took over as the Cowboys head coach. This team gave up on Wade Phillips. Before Garrett took over, this was a team that beat itself, making huge mistakes to kill their offensive drives and keep their defense on the field. When they got down early they visibly quit trying (minus the efforts ... Read More »