Posted November 18, 2011 on
Kirk Van Slyke has 19 points and former Little Rock Central star Alandise Harris 18 as Houston downs Marshawn Powell-less Arkansas 87-78 before 11,668 fans Friday night at North Little Rock's Verizon Arena.
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No. 10 Houston (10-0, overall, 6-0 in C-USA) hosts longtime rival SMU (6-4, 4-2) on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. CT in a nationally televised game on FSN. Our announcers preview the matchup.
Bill Land (play-by-play)
Can anyone slow down the Houston offensive machine? That's the question as the Coogs continue their quest for an undefeated season and a BCS bid. Houston quarterback...
Houston quarterback Case Keenum is the all-time FBS leader in total yards, passing yards and passing touchdowns, but the Cougars have faced some of the worst defenses in the country this season. SMU will be the Cougar's biggest test of the year, coming in with the second-ranked defense in C-USA. Will the Mustangs' D be able to quiet the Houston hype?
As No. 11 Houston keeps cranking out wins on their way to an at-large spot in a BCS bowl, quarterback Case Keenum keeps breaking records. Already the holder of the most career touchdown passes and passing yards, Keenum broke yet another NCAA record for completions in a the Cougars’ 37-7 win over SMU today. Keenum currently…
Houston senior quarterback Case Keenum set the Football Bowl Subdivision career record for completions in the first quarter of Saturday's game against SMU. Keenum needed seven completions to eclipse Graham Harrell's FBS record (1,403), set with Texas Tech from 2005-08. He surpassed Harrell's mark on a 22-yard pass to running back Bryce Beall on the Cougars' second...
Scout.com has some senior highlights of the exciting Diboll running back, who has already made his commitment to play for the currently unbeaten Houston Cougars.
Before a rowdy record crowd of 32,207 the 11th ranked and undefeated Houston Cougars (11-0, 6-0 in CUSA) continued their most improbable season in team history, defeating the SMU Mustangs 37-7, inching one step closer to the team’s third Conference USA championship and their first Bowl Championship Series automatic bowl game.
The TU Lettermen's Association is invited back to campus all past TU Lettermen for Letter Jacket Day when the Golden Hurricane take on the #10-ranked Houston Cougars at H.A. Chapman Stadium on Friday, November 25 at 11 a.m. Each Letterman that wears their Letter jacket or brings their Letter blanket to the game will receive one free ticket in the regular seating area of H.A. Chapman Stadium.