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This year in basketball was monumental for the State of Texas. Even with the loss of the Texas Tech Red Raiders to the Virginia Cavaliers in the men’s National Championship, a Texas team still made it to the National Championship, which hasn’t been done since 1984. Additionally, the University of Texas at Austin men’s basketball […]

Look, I don’t know much about Texas Tech Red Raider Basketball, except for the fact that they have pretty good defense, but today i’m a fan.   Y’all know me, I hate every other D1 College in America (Except for Notre Dame, LSU, and sometimes Purdue) but for one shining day, all Texans, regardless of […]

With the Valero Texas Open returning to San Antonio this coming April, most will focus on the big names that will be heading down south, like Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth. However, as the only PGA Tour Stop in Texas, the Valero Texas Open goes big when it comes to charity. In 2015, the stop […]

“Consider a full-time unpaid internship that requires 1-4 years of participation, with a minimum 40-hour work week. This internship generates millions of dollars for your company, and billions of dollars for the broadcasting companies that cover your industry. Within this internship, you risk your short-term and long-term health on a daily basis. You endure this […]

That’s right people, today marks the official start of March Madness with the First Four beginning tonight as Fairleigh Dickinson meets Prairie View A&M for the right to get slaughtered by Duke and Temple play Belmont in the night cap. Now the action doesn’t really get going until Thursday when we have a full slate […]

San Antonio, Texas – The San Antonio Commanders have waived the college allocation rights of quarterback Johnny Manziel, announced general manager Daryl Johnston. “We have decided not to exercise our rights to sign Johnny Manziel as a San Antonio Commander,” said Johnston.   “When I took this job as general manager of the Commanders there […]

For the first time in the festival’s history, SXSW will be holding a cannabis event hosted by the media company Cannabis Now. Founded over eight years ago, Cannabis Now is a media outlet that tailors its content to focus on all things cannabis; from breaking news, to medical advancements and breakthroughs, to policy changes and […]

The University of Texas has just fired former quarterback Vince Young from his part time job as a development officer for having poor performance on the job, being absent or late, and not being in touch with his supervisors. Texas officials nor Young have commented on the Neighborhood Longhorns development officer and football camp specialist, […]


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