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Mavs have momentum heading into January

Mavs have momentum heading into January

 After sprinting through their three-game homestand unscathed, the Dallas Mavericks will welcome in 2015 with a road-heavy month of January.
Ducks dominate Florida State in first ever College Football playoff game

Ducks dominate Florida State in first ever College Football playoff game

Arguably the greatest season in Oregon football history continued Thursday evening at the Rose Bowl, where the No.
Baylor implodes late, Michigan State wins Cotton Bowl 42-41

Baylor implodes late, Michigan State wins Cotton Bowl 42-41

 After watching his team fritter away a 20-point lead in the fourth quarter of his final college game, senior Baylor wide receiver Clay Fuller couldn’t move for a couple of minutes.

Garrett Sanders has Cowboys playoff preview from Valley Ranch

KETK's Garrett Sanders talked with the Cowboys Wednesday in Irving. Dallas will host the Lions in a Wild Card playoff game this weekend.

Brandon Ogden looks back on the best of 2014

Brandon Ogden writes for the Longview News-Journal. KETK Sports Director Danny Elzner asked Ogden about the top East Texas sports stories of 2014. Ogden said...
Texans’ Watt wins AFC defensive player of month for December

Texans’ Watt wins AFC defensive player of month for December

J.J. Watt was named Wednesday as the AFC defensive player of the month for December. The Texans defensive end won two player of the month awards (September) during the 2014 season and has earned four honors during his career.
John Chavis officially exiting LSU for A&M

John Chavis officially exiting LSU for A&M

Defensive coordinator John Chavis is officially exiting LSU for Texas A&M, first reported by YahooSports and confirmed by the Chronicle.
KC Rangerettes director to toss coin at Cotton Bowl in honor of 75th year anniversary

KC Rangerettes director to toss coin at Cotton Bowl in honor of 75th year anniversary

The Kilgore College Rangerettes will be honored for the organization’s 75th anniversary during Thursday’s Cotton Bowl game in Arlington.
Cowboys feel they’re a “dangerous” team going into playoffs

Cowboys feel they’re a “dangerous” team going into playoffs

It’s hard to find a team with more momentum than the Cowboys going into the playoffs.
TCU has a chance to distinguish itself in SEC country

TCU has a chance to distinguish itself in SEC country

It is too late for TCU to make a playoff case. But deep in SEC country, on the last day of the year, the Horned Frogs have a chance to say something else. That they are SEC-good.
Jeff Bagwell open to return to Astros organization

Jeff Bagwell open to return to Astros organization

Almost five years after abruptly leaving the Astros organization, Jeff Bagwell is open to reestablishing ties with the club now that A.J. Hinch is the manager.
Aggies student assistant who struck, shoved West Virginia players no longer with team

Aggies student assistant who struck, shoved West Virginia players no longer with team

Texas A&M student assistant Mike Richardson, who struck one West Virginia player on the sidelines and shoved another during Monday’s Liberty Bowl, is no longer with the team. Richardson apologized on Twitter on Tuesday.
Report: Ndamukong Suh wins appeal, will play against Cowboys

Report: Ndamukong Suh wins appeal, will play against Cowboys

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Ndamukong Suh won his appeal and will play against the Cowboys this weekend.
Cowboys focused on themselves, not Ndamukong Suh suspension

Cowboys focused on themselves, not Ndamukong Suh suspension

 The Dallas Cowboys have enough things to worry about themselves, so they don’t get too caught up in what’s going on with their opponent.
Playoff ticket frenzy for Dallas Cowboys fans

Playoff ticket frenzy for Dallas Cowboys fans

Early in the Dallas Cowboys season, in games against the 49ers, Saints and Texans at AT&T Stadium, the cheering from opposing fans was deafening.