Whether Prime Prep manages to stay open or not doesn't matter to Emmanuel Mudiay. The kid who would have been king, the explosive, rangy point guard, is not going to SMU, whether he would have been eligible to play for the Mustangs or not. Athletic apparel company Under Armour -- which sponsors both ... More >>
Two public officials dead and a third behind bars: Politics turn bloody in a small town.
The return of terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad rain made Saturday a muddy but fun mess. Thankfully, the downpours didn't dampen the spirits of the crowd on day two of ACL, but it did seem to thin out the herds. Aside from remembering how to walk in inches-deep goop like we did back at the Dillo ... More >>
Via.Yesterday's massive drop-off at the Earle Cabell is but a pit stop. Sooner than later, more than likely, it will head back to Oakland, where, in July 2009, former UCLA basketball great Ed O'Bannon filed the shot heard 'round the sports world: the antitrust suit alleging that the NCAA steals ... More >>
Whether you've reached the end of your rope or merely the end of your week, welcome to Whitt's End: *Every once in a while I take Michael Young for granted. I think of him as a step-slow, reaction-reduced fielder. Then I go to Rangers Ballpark, watch him rip a bases-loaded double down ... More >>
Sorry, Cubes, but that goofy German just leapfrogged you.
The neo city on the hills is a far cry from its cheap pot, cold beer and low-rent former ways.
Yes, 105.3 The Fan is tweaking again. But this time it's not merely another shuffling of the deck, but more so a commitment to talk sports in the morning. Out at The Fan as of April 8 are long-time radio veterans Jagger and Gregg Henson, to be replaced Monday, April 11, by "New School ... More >>
Earlier this afternoon, I finally spoke with Steve Hatchell -- president and CEO of the National Football Foundation, the parent organization of the College Football Hall of Fame -- concerning yesterday's press conference during which Mayor Tom Leppert, Roger Staubach, T. Boone Pickens and a host of ... More >>
So, this one seemed to sneak past everyone's radar -- the media relations bigwigs didn't even know about this at Dallas City Hall when we called this morning, though a Friend of Unfair Park did send word that Norm Hitzges made brief mention of this on KTCK-AM 'round 9:50 this morning. Ten minutes af ... More >>
Can Jerry's boys turn around the December jinx?
Marques Haynes should be wealthy and celebrated. He was always content just to be the best.
www.bobanddan.com If you see Dan McDowell, left, and Bob Sturm coming, run the other way. Drew Bledsoe didn't; look what happened to him. Fonzie, yer next. According to popularity polls, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and totally illogical thinking, Tony Romo will today be officially named the Dallas ... More >>
Where would we be without these powerful peeps? In the fetal position, craving sports.
He plays golf with George Clooney. He clowns around with Chris Tucker. He's best buddies with Peri Gilpin. He's a pasty white dude named Steve Stodghill.
North Texas is a fertile hunting ground for OU recruiters
So why did LaMarcus Aldridge put off NBA riches?
Souvenirs are art at the Amon Carter Museum
The Mercury's out. Club Manhattan is in.
Did the intern blow it? No.
Single sisters shouldn't settle?
Throw a couple around with Texadelphia's Tom Landis
Baylor grad Keith Bishop played in three Superbowls. Ten years later, he's become a star again -- this time, by fighting Dallas drug dealers.
Dented reputation; Please, stop calling. Please; Dot-dot-dot stuff
When the Mavericks made a deal with the USA Network, Tom Hicks' regional sports channel became less regional
Amidst so much business talk, Michael Irvin remembers that it's all just a game
Wilco's Jeff Tweedy spent years trying to prove he was better than everyone thought. Now, with Summer Teeth, nothing's ever gonna get in his way again.
October 8 - 14, 1998
Dallas attorney Darrell Jordan wants to cover the Cotton Bowl--anyone got $150 million to spare?
Tom Hicks bought a baseball team, but he'll own an empire
The difference between the Stones' two area appearances was more setting than set list
You'd better be. Even in the predatory world of towing companies, they don't get much nastier than Elite Towing, Inc.
When the Promise Keepers revival rolls into town, every soul in sight gets exposed
Texas' former presidential candidate never learned the art of compromise
Parents of retarded adults blame city's failure to heed plea for sidewalks
Coach cites duty to Mississippi State players in dodging Houston court date