Sleeper no longer is Cedar Hill (Tx) cornerback Darrell Miller, courtesy of the Houston Cougars…
The Houston Cougars have unveiled new football uniforms for 2013, featuring an all-white set with a white helmet, as well as a new red helmet.
On November 6th 2012,
during a practice, University of Houston cornerback DJ Hayden was on his way to intercept a pass, when he was hit
by teammate Trevon Stewart in midair. Both men had leaped, and Stewart’s knee
hit Hayden’s chest. Hayden went down in obvious pain, but nobody could’ve foreseen
the type of injury the young corner had just suffered.
He started feeling...
News broke today by Eric Nahlin of Inside Texas that the Longhorns would be adding a defensive end to the team in the form of former University of Houston player Zeke Riser. Riser graduated from the University of Houston last fall and was with the Cougar team for four years, but only played three due to a torn ACL sustained during his sophmore season. The 6’4, 255 lb. defensive...
In an attempt to keep up with the rest of the teams that keep unveiling new uniforms, the Houston Cougars unveiled the four helmets that they will wear next year (with the possibility of adding more). These helmets look pretty good and there is certainly plenty of chrome involved. You have to wonder if there will be any changes to their jerseys to match these new helmets.
We already showed you the new helmets that Baylor will be sporting during the 2013 season, now here’s another Texas school attempting the same feat.
Houston opted for a much less blinding option while still grabbing some attention.
Baylor Bears will now sport Cash for Gold helmets
Penn St. Nittany Lions vs Houston Cougars – Ticketcity Bowl Preview
The Houston Cougars season has taken a sad turn.
Cornerback D.J. Hayden is listed in critical but stable condition after undergoing emergency surgery on Tuesday evening to repair a torn blood vessel in his body.
Hayden, a senior who is leading Conference USA in interceptions this season with four, suffered a torn inferior vena cava during a collision at practice. The inferior...
Life after Kevin Sumlin didn’t get off to a good start on Saturday for the Houston Cougars football team. Sumlin (now the head coach at Texas A&M) coached the Cougars from 2008-2011 and led the team to a 35-17 record. He took with him offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury, the orchestrator of Houston’s high-powered [...]
HOUSTON Tony Levine didn't actually issue an edict on Monday, but he came pretty close to doing so in declaring the time had come for the Houston Cougars to move beyond their past and embrace their present.
After spending the better part of his first offseason as Cougars head coach discussing the departed players largely responsible for the Cougars' 13-win season of a year...
With nearly twelve weeks to go until summer practices begin (and sixteen until the first games of the 2012 college football season are played), this point in the off-season can be very boring to college football fanatics.
The Houston Cougars are changing things up and have picked a new logo, one that strongly resembles an animated cartoon.
Via EDSBSThe Houston Cougars got a new logo today and it was… interesting. The Cougar looks pretty angry. This design is probably to strike fear into the hearts of their opponents. It also kind of looks like a Thundercat from the TV series Thundercats. Hopefully this was intentional because it is totally awesome.
HOUSTON Chase McDowell was hasty with his contemplation. He had consulted with two of the best physicians in their field, Dr. David Lintner and Dr. J.P. Bramhall, and didn't hesitate on a course of action.
McDowell had options. The discomfort that caused him to abort the final start of his sophomore season was diagnosed as ulnar collateral ligament damage. Like fellow Rice...
Houston is celebrating its upcoming move from Conference USA to the Big East amid speculation that coach Kevin Sumlin could be leaving for another job.
Hundreds of people attended an on-campus event Friday to applaud the move. Sumlin says he's excited about the conference move, but wouldn't address the possibility he could leave the program.
Athletic director Mack Rhoades...
Via AP on Fox
December 09, 2011
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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...