Eschewing temporarily their twice-a-week schedule, the boys return to look back on whatever meaning can be squeezed from a 70-14 Cougar football win over Texas Southern, including your Four Word Reviews. There's a new basketball commitment, which the guys discuss Marcus Sasser and the big picture roster building strategy of Cougar hoops. Not to be missed, the guys also discuss Cougars in the NFL and the opening weekends of Volleyball and Soccer (+ a look ahead at their weeks to come).
Truly back on 'terra firma' and far away from Lubbock the boys return and discuss this week's Cougar football opponent: the Texas Southern University Tigers. We squeeze in a little week 4 CFB talk AND look back at the week that was for Cougar soccer and volleyball, plus the beginning of conference play for those two teams.
Tech passed for a lot of yards, we drove up for it and bring ourselves to talk about it and how maybe all hope isn't lost.
The Cougars are renewing an old Southwest Conference rivalry this weekend as they square off with Texas Tech. We talked to Zach Mason from Viva the Matadors to get the inside scoop on all things Red Raiders, and broke down what looks to be a high-scoring affair.
Plus we took a look at what's going down this weekend in the rest of the AAC and the rest of Texas, and got caught up on how all of the Cougar alumni fared in week 1 of the NFL season.
Not to mention Cougar volleyball is leading the country in wins, and Cougar soccer remained undefeated at home!
In the biggest statement game of Major Applewhite's young head coaching career, the Coogs embarrassed Kevin Sumlin on a national stage and effectively ended the Heisman candidacy of Khalil Tate. We're back and breaking down who impressed the most, and which areas the team can actually still improve upon after a 45-18 victory.
And the Coogs weren't the only AAC team knocking off P6 competition. We take a look at how the conference as a whole did a 180 from week one.
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With the Bayou Bucket in the rear view, we turn our attention to Houston's week 2 opponent: Arizona. With a familiar, unwelcome face at head coach, and an electric talent at QB, the Wildcats present an interesting challenge for the Cougars. To better get to know the enemy, we spoke with Gabe Encinas from AZDesertSwarm.com.
We also previewed the coming week in football elsewhere, including a match-up with huge AAC West Division implications.
Finally we checked in on Cougar women's sports, which was a mixed bag.