Found December 14, 2011 on
Hey guys, just wanted to give Cat Crave Nation a quick update.
This weekend I will be attending the Panthers game in Houston (seeing as I’m from the Houston area). I will not be the only guy in my group wearing a Panthers jersey either, as I convinced my fraternity brother to sport my old Jake Delhomme jersey. Also, I will be sitting in the Bull Pen at the game.
In case you are wondering what the Bull Pen is, I took this from the Houston Texans website:
The fans in the Bull Pen interact directly with the action on the field. Bull Pen members have helped create and implement fan traditions, songs, chants and other elements of the game day experience that will one day foster the best atmosphere and the most daunting homefield advantage in the National Football League…fans within the Bull Pen are encouraged to stand throughout the game, sing, cheer and otherwise support the team in an enthusiastic manner, and therefore this section may not be a good fit for children or families.
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When the Houston Texans clinched the division on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, veteran wide receiver was presented a game ball from head coach Gary Kubiak despite not playing a down with a hamstring injury. He was presented with the ball for all of the time he has spent with the Texans, and being the longest [...]
They have made the playoffs for the first time in 18 years. They have won seven consecutive games for the first time in team history. They have the best defense in the NFL and they have done all of this with season-ending injuries to three of their key players (Matt Schaub, Matt Leinart, and Mario Williams) while also playing most of the season without their star wide receiver (Andre...
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This week we’re heading over to the Carolinas to focus on another bright spot from the Panthers. Nope, we’re not talking about Cam Newton and the future of this franchise. We’re talking about one of the TopCats Cheerleaders. And her name is Courtney.
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HOUSTON (AP) - Houston Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips will take a medical leave to undergo a scheduled surgical procedure this week.The team said in a statement Wednesday that the 64-year-old Phillips is expected to return this season. Linebackers coach Reggie Herring will run the defense for Houston (10-3) in ...
This morning defensive coordinator Wade Phillips has announced to the team that he will be taking a medical leave of absence to have a surgical procedure done. Phillips expect to return by season’s end, hopefully. Linebacker coach Reggie Herring will take over the defensive call duties for the Texans in Phillips absence. The Texans [...]
The Texans have lost their best players to injury throughout the season. Now they are losing their biggest offseason acquisition (by far) for a couple of weeks. Mark Berman of FOX26 in Houston reports that defensive coordinator Wade Phillips will take a medical leave of absence for “a couple of weeks.” It’s unclear what’s wrong…
The Texans look to extend their
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