2011 Prospect Already Making an Impact
It can be pretty difficult to gage a high school football player's prospect status after only one varsity season. To make an impact the way Round Rock Stony Point's Stephen Williams did in his debut season however is good cause for him to land on the radar of college football coaches across the country.
Leslie a Prime Target
Tomball wide receiver Jordan Leslie is easily one of the most talented Class of 2010 prospects that I have seen to date. He has terrific size, and seems to play with a maturity level that not too many others possess. Hoops Recruiting
Offers Pile Up For 2010 New York Prospect
Reporter Mike Sullivan updates the latest offers for 2010 standout Tobias Harris from Long Island, New York...
Ex-Horn hits solo homer to lift Rangers over Twins
Taylor Teagarden broke up Scott Baker's perfect-game bid with a sixth-inning home run for his first career hit, and Vicente Padilla pitched the Texas Rangers past the Minnesota Twins 1-0 on Sunday.
Young, Durant among nine Horns to have jerseys retired
The University of Texas put a final stamp on decades of excellence Friday when it announced plans to retire the jersey numbers of nine former Longhorns, including football legend Vince Young and basketball star Kevin Durant.
Texas' best exes: UT retires nine numbers
San Antonio Express-News
The number of former University of Texas athletes honored with retired jersey numbers jumped Friday from four to 13, even though the retired-numbers total only went to 12.
UT to honor nine greats spanning 60 years
The University of Texas will retire the jersey numbers of nine former athletes in three sports, highlighted by football's Vince Young and basketball's Kevin Durant, the school announced Friday.
Texas retires nine jerseys, including Young, Durant
Dallas Morning News
Texas on Friday retired the jerseys of nine former Longhorns in football, basketball and baseball.
Goestenkors hoping to soak up international strategy
Gail Goestenkors was giddy. "I was like a kid in a candy store,'' she said. That was four years ago when she was an assistant coach for the U.S. women's basketball team that won the Olympic gold medal in Athens, Greece, to continue its steamrolling of international competition. Times have changed.
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