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TCU safety from John Tyler will go pro

TCU safety from John Tyler will go pro

TCU junior safety Chris Hackett will forgo his senior season and will declare for the 2015 NFL Draft.
Two-Minute Drill: Lobo football banquet set Jan. 15, more

Two-Minute Drill: Lobo football banquet set Jan. 15, more

The 2014 Longview Lobo football banquet is set for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 15, at Mobberly Baptist Church’s Elevation building. Tickets ($10) may be purchased at the LISD Athletic Office.
Kenny Hill’s pending transfer leaves Texas A&M shy of scholarship QBs

Kenny Hill’s pending transfer leaves Texas A&M shy of scholarship QBs

In an attempt to revive his college football career, Kenny Hill apparently is heading closer to home.
2015 College Football HOF class announced

2015 College Football HOF class announced

The National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame announced today the 2015 College Football Hall of Fame Class, which includes the names of 15 First Team All-America players and two legendary coaches.
Jimmy Johnson among Class of 2015 Hall of Fame finalists

Jimmy Johnson among Class of 2015 Hall of Fame finalists

 he modern-era finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2015 were revealed Thursday on NFL Network's Gold Jacket Finalists.
Oregon RB coach has ETX high school football championship ties

Oregon RB coach has ETX high school football championship ties

A coach for the University of Oregon has strong ties to East Texas, including a 2014 state champion football team.

USOC chooses Boston as 2024 Summer Olympic Games bid city

The United States Olympic Committee has chosen Boston to bid for the 2024 Summer Olympic Games.
Mueller Report: No evidence NFL saw Rice video

Mueller Report: No evidence NFL saw Rice video

There is no evidence that anyone at the NFL saw or possessed a video showing Ray Rice punching his then-fiancée until it was made public, but the league should have known it needed to dig deeper into the incident, an external investigati
Texans fire offensive line coach

Texans fire offensive line coach

Texans coach Bill O’Brien is looking for a new offensive line coach. Paul Dunn, who coached the offensive line this season, has been fired.
No hype for Tony Romo’s return to Lambeau

No hype for Tony Romo’s return to Lambeau

Tony Romo grew up 154 miles from Green Bay, rooting for the home-state Packers. But the only significance about playing at Lambeau Field, he insists, is that it means the Cowboys are still alive.
Gilmer celebrates Buckeye champs

Gilmer celebrates Buckeye champs

The State Champion Gilmer Buckeyes football team were celebrated by the community Wednesday during a meet and greet in Gilmer.
Astros set date for downtown pep rally for Craig Biggio

Astros set date for downtown pep rally for Craig Biggio

The Astros will commemorate Craig Biggio’s Hall of Fame election with a ceremony at 5 p.m. on Friday at Minute Maid Park. Craig Biggio, Nolan Ryan and other Astros figures will speak at the pep rally.

PUPPY PREDICTION: Who will win first College Football Playoff?

The Oregon Ducks are set to take on the Ohio State Buckeyes Monday night in the first ever College Football Playoff Championship.

Garrett Sanders visits a cold Valley Ranch

KETK's Garrett Sanders watched the Cowboys practice in the cold Wednesday. Valley Ranch felt like Valley Forge.

Gilmer's Blake Lynch signs with Baylor

Blake Lynch is going from Gilmer to Baylor. The Buckeye will become a Bear. Lynch is an early graduate and he signed with Baylor Wednesday.