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“We’re not going to let y’all down,” Breckyn Hager said. “That’s what we’re feeling. We’re not going to let y’all down.”

The second half of the football season will be filled with drama.

How far away are we from a national title? “You could make the argument that Texas is not that far off either. The five most important cornerstones of a football team, in my opinion, are quarterback, defensive line, offensive line, pass-rushers and cornerbacks.”

So many questions. Is Charlie Strong safe? Will the Big 12 disband in 2025 after tv rights are up?

As usual, the women’s volleyball team is amazing.

Ready for some baseball? The Orange-White series will be broadcast on the LHN, Tuesday, October 25 at 6 p.m., Wednesday, October 26 at 4 p.m. and Thursday, October 27 at 6 p.m.

We’re so scared! A University of Houston system regent and host of a CNBC reality show called "Billion Dollar Buyer" Tilman Fertitta believes OU and UT are scared of UH and that’s why they were not invited to join the Big 12.

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All I can say is that it is about damn time. Everyone’s favorite sexual predator football program right up I-35 may be hit with a Title IX investigation.

Failure to monitor seems to be a bit of an understatement. The NCAA has charged Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino with failing to monitor Andre McGee, a staff member in his basketball program. The NCAA alleges that McGee's payments can be construed as impermissible benefits.

Big 12 cornerbacks have a hard life. Defensive backs have to play faster, smarter and tougher than ever before.

The Big 12 isn’t any bigger or better after failing to add members.

How about Nick Saban as college football’s commissioner one day? Yea, I don’t think so.

Houston wants to make it very hard for om Herman to leave, but Herman isn’t signing an extension just yet. “It’s flattering to know your administration believes in you,” Herman said in an interview to the Houston Chronicle, “It gives you renewed energy to go out and coach hard and prepare to win football games. But we’re a long ways away from any finalization.”

Tonight’s games will be exciting so tune in. ESPN has a double-header with BYU-Boise State and Miami-Virginia Tech.