Houston Texans quarterback Case Keenum helped put Kliff Kingsbury's young coaching career on the map during their days at the University of Houston.
And Keenum still wants to help his former coach.
Kingsbury has been in the spotlight for more than just his ability on the sidelines for Texas Tech. He's appeared on E! News and numerous other non-sports magazines and television...
Case Keenum always has the right perspective. So rather than displaying annoyance with not being drafted, Keenum is taking delight in the fact that he's getting his shot in the NFL and getting it with the team he fantasized about joining.
The Texans will sign Keenum, the former University of Houston star and college football's all-time leading passer, as an undrafted free...
HOUSTON Case Keenum garnered national acclaim for his assault on the NCAA record books, but the franchise closest to home showed appreciation for what Keenum accomplished with the Houston Cougars.
The Texans on Saturday night signed Keenum to a free-agent contract after Keenum went unselected in the 2012 NFL Draft. Keenum, 24, will join a Texans roster featuring quarterbacks Matt...
The Houston Cougars are changing things up and have picked a new logo, one that strongly resembles an animated cartoon.
Well, because it’s not supposed to be “the shocker” as defined by Urban Dictionary. (Warning: link not safe for the faint of heart, parents of any age, or Rick Santorum.)
Here is the picture, and then in true Paul Harvey style…the rest of the story.
Image source: Shirts With Random Triangles
Admittedly, when I first saw the billboard I thought it was just an unfortunately...
Case Keenum finished his record-setting career with another performance for the history books.
The sixth-year senior threw for 532 yards and three touchdowns, leading No. 20 Houston to 30-14 victory against No. 24 Penn State in the TicketCity Bowl on Monday.
The Cougars (13-1) finished with a school record for victories and made Tony Levine a winner in his debut as Houston coach...
Via AP on Fox
January 02, 2012
HOUSTON Back in August, when the knee was still sore and the jubilation of getting the sixth season was still fresh, it was all in front of Case Keenum.
The records. The BCS. The Heisman. It would take something extraordinary to get all that, but it was possible. Yet Keenum, granted a sixth season by the NCAA after blowing out his knee last year, did not allow himself to dream...
Nice costume kid. Very authentic, right down to the old-timey leather helmet. Wonder if the little scamp came up with the idea on his own, or if his parents promised him a new puppy if he let them turn him into a living, breathing Heisman Trophy and show him off at the Houston-SMU game, which the Cougars won easily 37-7.
I don’t recall the actual trophy having such a scowl...
HE RESTS HIS CASE
Case Keenum is no stranger to gaudy numbers, but the 534-yard, 9-touchdown performance he put up in the University of Houston's 73-34 win over Rice is mind-boggling.
Houston senior quarterback, Case Keenum, became the NCAA’s all-time leader in total offense after Saturday’s 171 yard first quarter passing against Marshall.
Keenum, needing only 130 yards to beat the previous record of 16,910 yards held by Hawaii’s Timmy Chang, stood at 16,952 career offensive yards after the first quarter. He broke the record on a 30-yard pass to Justin...