PHOTO GALLERY: Best Of Week Four
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Photo via Lauren Landes, TexasHSFootball.com   We’re now about a third of the way through the Texas high school football season as teams begin to start district play, we’re starting to learn more about who could potentially make a run to AT&T Stadium. From an old-school game from the Puncherdome in Mason to a titanic … Continue reading “PHOTO GALLERY: Best Of Week Four”

Texans fall 36-33 to Patriots after Tom Brady magic, game-winning drive in Foxborough
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(Photo by Greg M. Cooper-USA Today Sports) FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The Deshaun Watson and D’Onta Foreman eras almost began with a bang rather than a whimper after Sunday’s 36-33 finish at Gillette Stadium. “We have to run the ball better but Deshaun’s run the offense well,” Houston Head Coach Bill O’Brien said during an interview … Continue reading “Texans fall 36-33 to Patriots after Tom Brady magic, game-winning drive in Foxborough”

Carthage Uses Second Half Surge To Pull Away From Gilmer
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Photo by Lauren Landes, TexasHSFootball.com GILMER, Texas- The matchup between Carthage and Gilmer had built up a lot of hype throughtou the week. ​Both​ ​teams​ ​had​ ​fans​ ​lined​ ​up​ ​at the​ ​gates​ ​2​ ​hours​ ​prior​ ​to​ ​kickoff​ ​at​ ​Jeff​ ​Traylor​ ​Stadium​ ​in​ ​Gilmer.​ ​The​ ​Gilmer Buckeyes​ ​were​ ​riding​ ​a 29​-​game​ ​home​ ​winning​ ​streak​ ​and​ ​hadn’t​ … Continue reading “Carthage Uses Second Half Surge To Pull Away From Gilmer”

Upset Bid Falls Short For Baylor In 49-41 Loss To No. 3 Oklahoma
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Photo: Gordon DeLoach, TexasHSFootball.com WACO- Baylor (0-4,0-1) was able to give No. 3 Oklahoma (4-0,1-0) a run for their money but it would be the folks from Norman that validated the price of their tickets as Oklahoma gassed out Baylor in the second half to leave McLane Stadium with the 49-41 victory. Baylor’s efforts at … Continue reading “Upset Bid Falls Short For Baylor In 49-41 Loss To No. 3 Oklahoma”

4 for 4: Takeaways from Texas A&M’s 50–43 win over Arkansas
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DALLAS — After a game that saw two teams go blow for blow in five quarters during Saturday’s Southwest Classic AT&T Stadium, it’s seemingly unfathomable to say there’s more confusion now that there was before kickoff. That, however, is the current state of affairs in Aggieland and the Southeastern Conference. In recent years, the Aggies … Continue reading “4 for 4: Takeaways from Texas A&M’s 50–43 win over Arkansas”