As many of you may already know, Houston head coach Tom Herman has accepted the Texas Longhorns job. While everyone has been talking about the move, what is forgotten is the players who Herman is leaving behind in Houston.
As many of you know by now, there were plenty of fireworks before and after the Dallas Cowboys win over the Washington Redskins. The incident that was talked about the most was the faceoff between defensive back Josh Norman and wide receiver Dez Bryant.
On Sunday, the winless Cleveland Browns will go against the New York Giants who are fighting for a playoff spot. Even though the Browns season has been a train wreck, wide receiver Terrelle Pryor has been one of the bright spots.
Today has to feel like Christmas for Texas Longhorns fans as they finally got the man they wanted. It was reported earlier in the day that Houston head coach Tom Herman has accepted the same position at Texas after they fired Charlie Strong.
There will be plenty to sort out after what happened during Friday night’s game between the Washington Wizards and the Orlando Magic. It all started when Kelly Oubre and Bismack Biyombo started to exchange shoves, which led to a skirmish underneath the basket.
I think it is safe to say that the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins don’t have much love for each. That animosity provided for a very good game to watch with the Cowboys coming out with the victory.
It’s been well documented on just how talented Minnesota Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine is. He is currently the reigning and defending slam dunk champion, so you would think he would get a pass when coming the lane with bad intentions.
It’s been a very rough three years for Texas Longhorns head coach Charlie Strong. With rumors of him losing his job, his team laid an egg on Friday by losing to the TCU Horned Frogs.
Since Thursday, LSU fans have been wondering how things were going to shake out regarding their head coaching position. After Florida State’s Jimbo Fisher declined the job again, all the attention now was focused on interim coach Ed Orgeron and Houston’s Tom Herman.
Going into week 12 of the NFL regular season, the time is now for teams who are trying to get back into the playoff picture. One of those teams that is trying get in the thick of things is the New Orleans Saints.