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One of the greatest basketball players of all-time is playing in Dallas on Thursday. If you get the chance, it's worth your while to check him out.
Tommy Tuberville was never going to be the answer in Lubbock. Texas A&M's offensive coordinator might be. That's good enough for now.
A lot of stars had to align for a redshirt freshman QB to captivate the nation and possibly become the second Aggie to bring home a Heisman Trophy.
While the former Hawaii coach has brought the Mustangs to four consecutive bowl games, his inability to recruit the DFW Metroplex is preventing the program from taking the next step.
The Baylor star, who comes to Cowboys Stadium on Thursday, has been incredibly impressive in his rookie season.
Texas A&M's freshman sensation has given the program new life and put himself right behind Collin Klein in the Heisman race.
The Hall of Fame coach has already upgraded the talent on the Hilltop, but turning the SMU basketball program will take a few years.
The odds makers may not agree, but Dallas has a real chance of pulling off the shocking upset on Sunday night.
At the age of 37, the former Rangers MVP is no longer the player he once was, but the hysteria around his post-season struggles was overblown.
A conversation about Mack Brown's lowest moment in Dallas, Tommy Tuberville's moment of glory in Lubbock and everything else that mattered (and some stuff that didn't) in Week 7 of the season.