The best reason to try out for the Dallas Desperados, we're thinking. Scattershooting … while wondering whatever happened to this guy. The Lakers might be dumb enough to trade Kobe Bryant. But, sorry, Mavs fans, they aren’t stupid enough to deal him to a Western Conference team ... If the VIP ... More >>
The State Fair Classic kicks off
Thanks to their dynamic quarterback, Cowboys will enjoy many happy endings
Or, half a hundred folks with way better seats than you
Familiar freckled face will give Cowboys offense wiiiings
If anything, now is the time to embrace the Cotton Bowl
With the Cotton Bowl's inevitable departure, Dallas dies a little more
Even Buzz finds something to smile about in 2006
This is Desmond Howard before his brain fell out of his head. Where's the helmet when you need it? I take it back. Female sideline reporters are not the biggest wastes of time on TV. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you: Desmond Howard. Yes, that one. Won the Heisman Trophy at Michigan in 1991. I ... More >>
North Texas' new football coach will be fast, furious and fruitful
SMU may get rid of Phil Bennett, but it's likely to extend a two-year deal to his mustache. Unfortunately for SMU, notsamuch. But almost. The Mustangs came within four points of a remarkable resurrection this season, but their 31-27 loss at Rice Saturday afternoon dropped them to 6-6 and off the ... More >>
Rhett Bomar, The Dallas Morning News has some more questions for ya, if you don't mind. OU does, apparently. I saw last night on KTVT-Channel 11 that some 18 former Dallas Morning News staffers have filed suit against their old boss, claiming age discrimination. The fine folks at FrontBurner have po ... More >>
This isn't quite what the "secret" bathroom at the Cotton Bowl looks like, but to Corby on Saturday, well, it kinda looked just like this. Really, this is news you can actually use, actually. Yesterday on KTCK-AM's (1310, The Ticket) afternoon-drive show "The Hardline," co-co-host Corby Davidson rec ... More >>
Shropshire chronicles the Red River Shootout
Given the starts to UT and Vince Young's respective seasons, well, let's pretend it's still 2005 and the Longhorns are rolling toward the title. Because this year, not so much. I know, you're sick of Michelle Wie talking about wanting to play in a Ryder Cup and then going out and firing another 77. ... More >>
Really, by the time you get to the end of this, you'll feel much better about the Dallas Mavericks' loss last night. Really. If nothing else, you will be so confused you'll forget there even was a basketball game last night. But try. I is not very good at the maths, so I can't say for sure whether t ... More >>
Don't look now, but it's sports' biggest waste of time
A little Valley Ranch birdie chirped to me this morning that, in addition to former All-Pro safety Charlie Waters, the Dallas Cowboys will interview former deep snapper and SMU alum Dale Hellestrae to be their new radio analyst. With Babe Laufenberg's voluntary departure, the Cowboys need an enterta ... More >>
SMU's athletic administration will take tackle its future by relying on the Dallas Cowboys' past--and not the recent past, but the waaaaay back past. The good past, that is. Steve Orsini will be announced this afternoon as the Mustangs' new athletic director, replacing the retiring Jim Copeland. Ors ... More >>
Everything's bigger in our state, especially the fan fakery
After three years of Tuna, it's time for a Leach
OU-Texas soon to be one of Dallas' exes
Cotton Bowl Classic is football's Edsel
The career of Dallas sportswriter Jim Dent was skyrocketing, then booze and bad behavior caused a hard landing
Bill Parcells is looking for a few good men. Good luck.
Did the intern blow it? No.
Unfortunately for him, our columnist couldn't avoid the NFL draft forever
Plus: Breakin' the Law, New Entries in the Dallas Dictionary, El Norte TV
SMU quarterback trades in his cleats for a bass guitar, and we've got our eye on the ball
Welcome (again) to the Arena League, where Desperados are kind, giants are invisible and rock concerts turn into football games
Baylor grad Keith Bishop played in three Superbowls. Ten years later, he's become a star again -- this time, by fighting Dallas drug dealers.
SMU brags about its new stadium, but coach Mike Cavan knows it won't make fans pay to see a loser
Doak Walker's children remember a father, not a legend
Dallas attorney Darrell Jordan wants to cover the Cotton Bowl--anyone got $150 million to spare?
Cowboys QB Jason Garrett doesn't deserve to be a backup all his life
AG's office makes the last call of the season
An Aggie wonders whether we all should get to see the Longhorn playbook
A celebrity home tour of Dallas' rich, famous--and all too often tasteless--movers and fakers
Recruiting violations. Cutthroat competion. Big money. Larger egos. It isn't NCAA football. It's kids' soccer, Dallas style.
Coach cites duty to Mississippi State players in dodging Houston court date