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The level of competition is certainly being turned up a few notches on the Cougars on Saturday. But will Houston's play rise to meet the challenge?
Tony Levine has a lot on his mind. Like how his team lost to Texas State, and why the Coogs will have their second offensive coordinator in as many games. But don't push the panic button just yet.
Somecrazyhow, John Beck was tabbed as the Texans' third-string quarterback instead of Case Keenum. But that doesn't mean Keenum doesn't have a bright professional future in front of him.
The Cougar lost by 17. At home. To the least-talented team on their schedule. But that doesn't mean that the season is over.
At first blush, Houston looks like it shouldn't have much trouble with Texas State on Saturday. But a closer look reveals that no, Houston really shouldn't have much trouble with Texas State on Saturday.
The Rice Owls are underdogs as they open the season against the UCLA Bruins on Thursday. But that doesn't mean an upset isn't possible.
The first Cougar football since the Ticket City Bowl victory is just days away. Our final position preview focuses on David Piland and the quarterbacks.
Converted linebacker Lloyd Allen leads a re-engineered four-man front for the Cougars in 2012.
No, your eyes don't deceive you, that is actually a Houston-Texas A&M game in a major men's sport.