September 10, 2013 |
Players of the weekend National: Andrew Furney kicked a 41-yard field goal with 3 minutes left to give Washington State its first win at Southern Cal in 13 years, 10-7. Holy Mike Leach. Local: Aaron Wilmer passed for 260 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a score as Delaware Valley scored 28 unanswered fourth-period points to beat visiting Rowan, 35-27. Around town Houston 22, Temple 13 In the inaugural American Athletic Conference game, the visiting Cougars scored 40 fewer points than they had in their opener against FCS Southern.
September 9, 2013
When: Saturday at noon Where: Lincoln Financial Field Records: Houston (1-0), Temple (0-1) TV/Radio: ESPN regional/ WPHT-AM (1210) Coaches: Houston Tony Levine (7-7); Temple Matt Rhule (0-1) Series: Houston leads the series, 2-0. Last time, Houston won, 65-7, Aug. 30, 1989. Three Things to Watch Houston rushed for 372 yards last week. But don't be fooled. The Cougars like to air it out and will test Temple's secondary, which last week allowed 355 passing yards to Notre Dame.
September 6, 2013
Who: Houston at Temple When: Saturday, Noon, Lincoln Financial Field TV: 6ABC. Radio: WPHT (1210-AM) Records: Houston 1-0, 0-0 AAC; Temple 0-1, 0-0 History: Houston leads, 2-0. This is the first meeting since 1989. This is the inaugural American Athletic Conference game. About Houston: Cougars beat FCS Southern, 62-13. They ran for 372 yards, but they like to throw the ball and they do run a lot of plays ... They have 10 starters back on offense ... Last year they were 5-7 for Tony Levine, who took over for Kevin Sumlin (now at Texas A&M)
September 5, 2013 |
Matt Rhule wanted to make it plain. "Look, this is a much more important game," the Temple football coach said of Saturday's game against American Athletic Conference opponent Houston. "I remind our team that we were picked to finish ninth in the conference and we haven't played any conference games. So we're still seen as a ninth-place team. " Rhule has spent the last few months discussing the Owls' season opener against Notre Dame, which Temple lost, 28-6. However, Saturday's noon game at Lincoln Financial Field not only marks his first home game as a head coach.
July 26, 2013
Ordinarily, we don't get too excited about a game like Tuesday's contest between the Astros and the Athletics, two teams headed in opposite directions in the AL West. But the match in which cellar-dwelling Houston rallied to beat division-leader Oakland, 5-4, was remarkable for several reasons: Oakland's Grant Balfour's reign as the only closer in the bigs without a blown save this year ended when he couldn't hold a two-run lead in the ninth. He had a two-year streak of 44 games without a blown save before Tuesday.
July 23, 2013
If you were wondering why Astros lefthander Erik Bedard departed in the seventh inning Saturday against the Mariners when he had a no-hitter going, the answer is that he had a high pitch count. Houston manager Bo Porter explained Sunday that the 34-year-old Bedard, who has had three shoulder surgeries, decided to remove himself because he had thrown 109 pitches. "Whenever you start to talk about health issues, I'm always one that leans toward the side of protecting the player," Porter said.
July 22, 2013 |
HOUSTON - Four men found living in "deplorable conditions" in a Houston garage on Friday told police that they were being held captive after being lured by promises of alcohol and cigarettes so that their captor could cash their public-assistance checks, authorities said. Three of the men were malnourished and taken to a hospital after being discovered by officers responding to a 911 call about the home, Houston police spokeswoman Jodi Silva said. Sgt. Steven Murdock described the living conditions as like a "dungeon.
July 15, 2013 |
When Houston was competing with a Brazilian city to be the site of a Japanese-owned plant, Houston could provide pertinent information about the educational attainments and other qualities of its workforce and the number of Japanese speakers in the area. The plant is in Texas partly because Houston had superior statistics, thanks to an inexpensive federal program currently under attack from some conservatives. They may not know that its pedigree traces to the Constitution's framers. These Enlightenment figures - rational, empirical, inquisitive - believed in the possibility of evidence-based improvements.
July 9, 2013 |
THE UNION dropped a 1-0 decision in Houston on Saturday night, but remain tied for third place in the East with 27 points. The Dynamo got a second-half goal from Ricardo Clark to secure the win over the Union (7-6-6). "This is a tough league; you're going to win some and you're going to lose some, especially when you play in these kinds of conditions with our third game in 8 days," manager John Hackworth said after the match. "I thought our team put out a fantastic effort. It just wasn't there tonight.