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Austin becomes center of sports world for SXSports
March 10, 2016
This weekend, you might bump into Odell Beckham Jr. on Rainey Street. Now in its third year, SXSports attracts big-name journalists, executives and athletes to downtown Austin to discuss sports’ growing intersection with social issues, technology and the entertainment world at-large.
Column: Sports should not be divided by gender
November 24, 2015
Although I played Little League baseball on an all-boys team, no one would have expected me to continue playing with men through my career. Instead, I was relegated to softball. The problem does not necessarily lie with not being allowed to “play with the boys.” Rather, the issue is with segregation itself.
In light of Louisville sex scandal, head coach approach for football, basketball is refreshing
October 30, 2015
When commentators express outrage over players trading memorabilia for tattoos or selling their autographs, I roll my eyes.
Column: Texas athletes deserve to capitalize on successes
October 23, 2015
The Longhorns can be 6-0 if you have a video game controller in your hand. But in real life, the Longhorns are 2-4, and a new edition of Electronic Arts’ NCAA Football hasn’t been released for two years.
Column: College sports betting becomes mainstream with fantasy football, ESPN cover alerts
October 12, 2015
The Texas Longhorns beat the Oklahoma Sooners 24-17 on Saturday. As a 17-point underdog, the Longhorns managed to win outright and continued a three-year trend of covering against the Sooners as underdogs.
Column: Patterson creates legacy in brief time at UT
September 24, 2015
Despite former athletic director Steve Patterson's admittedly poor record, he will leave behind a legacy for hiring football head coach Charlie Strong and men’s basketball head coach Shaka Smart — major milestones for Texas athletics.
Women’s golf looks to replicate past success at the NCAA Regional Championship
May 6, 2015
On Thursday, for the eighth season in a row, the Texas women’s golf team will be headed to the three-day NCAA Regional Championship. The Longhorns enter the competition at Briggs Ranch in San Antonio, Texas, as the No. 11 seed.
Weekend recaps: Men's tennis, track and field, women's golf, women's rowing
April 27, 2015
Check out the results from UT's sports this weekend.
Golfers aim to pursue LPGA dreams after college career
April 16, 2015
A lot of kids dream of making the pros and getting paid to do what they love. For most, it’s just that — a dream. But for the eight Texas women’s golf team members, tthe dream of playing in the LPGA Tour is close to reality.
Weekend recaps: Track and field, women's golf, women's tennis
April 13, 2015
Check out how Texas sports performed this weekend.
Weekend previews: Men's golf, women's golf, volleyball, women's tennis, track and field
April 10, 2015
Check out these weekend previews for men's golf and volleyball.
Texas women’s golf continues spring break with tournament in Hawaii
March 23, 2015
Following a strong showing at the Texas-Hawaii Classic, the Texas women’s golf team will continue its season this week at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic in Kapalua, Hawaii.
Strauss finds home away from home on women's golf team
March 12, 2015
The experiences senior women's golfer Bertine Strauss has gained from being so far from her home in Koster, South Africa, has helped her lead Texas through the past three seasons.
Texas women’s golf scores a second-place finish at the UNF Collegiate
March 11, 2015
Because of strong team play and fair weather, the Texas women’s golf team grabbed a second-place finish this Tuesday with a three-round team score of 900 (+36) at the UNF Collegiate in Jacksonville, Florida.
Women's golf finishes ninth at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate
February 25, 2015
Playing through wet and chilly conditions, the Texas women’s golf team finished the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate in New Orleans, Louisiana, on Tuesday ninth out of the 15 teams. The team earned a final round team score of 313 (+25).
Texas women’s golf finishes in eighth at UCF Challenge in Orlando
February 11, 2015
Facing heavy winds, the Texas women’s golf team posted a final round team score of 300 in Orlando, Florida, on Tuesday to finish the UCF Challenge in a tie for eighth at 16-over par.
Three stars of the NHL
November 28, 2014
There is no holiday better than Thanksgiving. It's a simple fact.
Flames showing promise in Western Conference
November 20, 2014
NHL season causing chaos early
November 14, 2014
If the NHL playoffs started today, four of last year's eight Western conference playoff teams would be out
Are the Florida Panthers' days numbered?
October 30, 2014
Do bears poop in woods? Do the San Francisco Giants win the World Series in even-numbered years? Is the Pope Catholic? Are the Florida Panthers a terrible NHL team?
Rask, Nash among reasons you should pay attention to the NHL
October 26, 2014
There's too much to pay attention to when you're a sports fan.
Hot and cold in first week of the NHL season
October 13, 2014
Teams fluctuate and no one goes undefeated.
Look past the fights of the NHL
October 9, 2014
There’s a popular joke, “I Went to a Fight the Other Night and a Hockey Game Broke Out,” and I hate it. Last year, 29.76 percent of the 1,230 NHL games had at least one fight occur. This follows the pattern of decline that the NHL has seen over the past 13 years.
Predictions on the NHL award winners
October 5, 2014
After covering five NHL veterans who will make a big impact with their new teams last week, my NHL season preview will wrap up today with predictions on the award winners of this upcoming season.
NHL's top- 5 league veterans to switch teams this offseason
October 5, 2014
October, to most people, means changing leaves, reasonable, non-face melting temperatures, and pumpkin spiced everything. To hockey fans, though, October is the month when hockey begins and the world rights itself again. Since there's less than a week left until the start of the regular season, I will be doing a two-part preview.
NHL's Tyler Seguin finds a new "bromance" on the Stars
September 29, 2014
From Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash to Tony Romo and Jason Witten, bromances in the sports world have become a hit. They span leagues, teams, and just about anything else that can come in between them. Love does conquer all, doesn't it?
Why to follow the NHL
September 27, 2014
As you may have noticed, both the NBA and NFL have had their share of controversies. However, the NHL has kept its nose clean. Basically, what I'm saying is that, if you want a guilt-free sports entertainment experience, watch and follow the NHL