Thus far into training camp, the receiving corps for the Dallas Cowboys look like what we all expected: A lot of No. 2 1/2s and No. 3s. Can first-year wide receivers coach Sanjay Lal turn them into No. 1s?
TCU plays Ohio State on Sept. 15 at the Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium and if a resolution for the school and its head coach Urban Meyer is not resolved by then the Buckeyes will be in major trouble on the field.
Art Briles, the former Baylor coach who was ousted alongside Ian McCaw and Ken Starr during a sexual assault scandal at the college, has been hired by Guelfi Firenze American football team in Florence, Italy.
Irving, who was suspended the first four games of the season for the second consecutive year for failing a drug test, is eligible to practice and play during the preseason. He, instead, is in counseling.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, the most influential owner in North American sports, is following the lead of President Donald Trump not because of patriotism but rather a fear of alienating ticket paying customers.
The University of Texas lost a powerful booster and true American hero as Austin lawyer Frank Denius dies at the age of 93. Denius, the namesake of the Longhorns practice facility, was a World War II veteran.
A lawsuit involving 10 Jane Does against Baylor University, the same Texas college that fired Art Briles and Ken Starr, extends a sexual assault story, and it is the last, best way for the truth to come out.