CLEVELAND (AP) The Indians trailed by seven runs and were without manager Terry Francona by the fourth inning Monday night. Coming off a disheartening sweep to a division rival, Cleveland badly need a few runs. More
03/04/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Mike Winslow / Source: Exclusive Hip Hop News, Interviews, Rumors, Rap & Music Videos | Allhiphop
(AllHipHop News) Organizers for the famed SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas have issued an apology, after a group of musicians banded together to oppose the festival’s immigration policies and practices. More
02/01/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Chris Johnson / Source: SI.com
There’s one major problem with identifying who won and who lost on National Signing Day: We don’t really know how good any of these players will be at the college level. More
01/28/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: AP / Source: USA TODAY
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Zach Smith led Texas Tech with 25 points as the Red Raiders downed the LSU Tigers 77-64 in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge on Saturday. More
01/26/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Matthew Strauss / Source: pitchfork.com
SXSW 2017 is set to take place March 10-19 in Austin, Texas. It includes music, film, and interactive festivals, and speeches, talks, panels, and workshops featuring a variety of speakers from various disciplines. More
01/24/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Colin Stutz / Source: The Hollywood Reporter
11/26/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Associated Press / Source: USA TODAY
AUSTIN, Texas – Quarterback Kenny Hill ran for two touchdowns and TCU beat Texas 31-9 Friday, sending Longhorns coach Charlie Strong to a crushing loss in what may be his final game after three seasons.
Amid swirling reports he will be fired, Texas officials had said this week that Strong’s future would be evaluated after the game. The loss dropped Strong to 16-21 at Texas and he’s the first coach in program history with three consecutive losing seasons.
Strong has two years left on a guaranteed contract that pays him more than $5 million per season.
Hill scored TCU’s first touchdown with a 4-yard run that capped the Horned Frogs’ first drive. He scored again in the third quarter on a 41-yard scamper that saw him break away from a pass rush and dart…
11/24/2016 by PeekYou Team
Author: Scott Rabalais / Source: The Advocate
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — They played a football game here Thursday night.
You’d think it would be pretty consequential one considering LSU and Texas A&M are bitter rivals and all that.
But the real game appeared to be playing out with a Texas school (or two) and a coach not involved in this one.
Right around kickoff at Kyle Field, someone ran over to the Tom Herman pile of fireworks with a match and set … it … off.
Explosions (figurative ones) surrounding the Houston coach’s candidacy/deal with LSU started mushrooming all over the place.
It looks like silly season has cometh early in Tigertown.
There were reports, from a variety of sources, that LSU was close to striking a deal with Herman, certainly not the biggest name but arguably the hottest name in college coaching this season. They coincided with rumors that FloridaState coach Jimbo Fisher, believed to be the No. 1 target for LSU, had turned down LSU and was going to remain in Tallahassee.
With little concrete to go on — other than a firm belief in our reporting that a deal had not been struck yet between LSU and Herman as of Thursday night — here are a few off-the-cuff observations:
- Is it truly plausible LSU would have a deal done with Herman before his regular season ends at Houston (conveniently, the Cougars play at 11 a.m. Friday at Memphis)?
- Is it plausible Herman would say yes to LSU without figuring out what in the heck is going to be the outcome for Texas coach Charlie Strong. It’s assumed Strong will be fired, but Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman, for one, tweeted Thursday night that Texas may decide not to fire Strong after all. If that’s the case, would Herman continue to bide his time at…