Former Tennessee Running Back Jalen Hurd Will Transfer To Baylor
Hunter Cooke

Photo via Jim Brown, USA Today Sports   Baylor is picking up another contributor, but this one won’t be eligible until 2018. Former Tennessee running back Jalen Hurd is transferring to Baylor, and he’ll be eligible once he sits out a year. Next chapter. pic.twitter.com/DbdDqP14EY — Jalen Hurd (@MrHurd_1) April 22, 2017 This is obviously … Continue reading “Former Tennessee Running Back Jalen Hurd Will Transfer To Baylor”

REPORT: Miami Beach Bowl Sold To ESPN, Moving To Toyota Stadium In Frisco
Tony Venegas

Photo via Joseph Nguyen, TexasHSFootball.com After three seasons in Florida, the Miami Beach Bowl is heading to the Lone Star State. According to a report from ESPN, the bowl game has been sold by the American Athletic Conference to ESPN and will move the game to Frisco starting next season. The game had been owned … Continue reading “REPORT: Miami Beach Bowl Sold To ESPN, Moving To Toyota Stadium In Frisco”

NFL Releases Full Regular Season Schedule, Cowboys and Texans With Tough Roads Ahead
Tony Venegas

Photo via Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports Entering Thursday night, we knew who each NFL team was playing who, now we know when they’ll be playing. The NFL released its full regular season schedule on Thursday night and everyone knows their path during the regular season to get to Super Bowl LII in Minnesota. The Cowboys … Continue reading “NFL Releases Full Regular Season Schedule, Cowboys and Texans With Tough Roads Ahead”

Houston Hires Former GA Kenny Guiton As Wide Receivers Coach
Tony Venegas

Photo via John Glaser, TexasHSFootball.com Even as spring football wraps up across the country, the coaching carousel never quite ends. As first reported by Pete Thamel, Houston is bringing back former graduate assistant Kenny Guiton as its new wide receivers coach. He replaces Darrell Wyatt, who had been at Houston since January 2016. The school … Continue reading “Houston Hires Former GA Kenny Guiton As Wide Receivers Coach”

After A Rough Injury Derailed His Sophomore Campaign, Deondrick Glass Is Ready To Play Some Football
Hunter Cooke

Photo via John Glaser, TexasHSFootball.com   Deondrick Glass had a sophomore season that 99% of players won’t have in their entire careers. The youngster rushed for 1,912 yards and 30 touchdowns according to MaxPreps, and most importantly, had an average of 10.4 yards per carry. That’s an average of a first down every time he … Continue reading “After A Rough Injury Derailed His Sophomore Campaign, Deondrick Glass Is Ready To Play Some Football”

El Paso Parkland RB Deion Hankins Taking Everything In Stride Even After Breakout Season
Tony Venegas

Photo via Jacqueline Ortiz, Parkland High School To say 2016 was a breakthrough year for El Paso Parkland running back Deion Hankins would be a major understatement. In his sophomore year and in his first full varsity season, Hankins emerged as a top running back in Texas finishing with yards and 35 touchdowns for the … Continue reading “El Paso Parkland RB Deion Hankins Taking Everything In Stride Even After Breakout Season”