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What if the United States Lost Texas?

Dr. Jason Johnson | Posted 11.17.2014 | Politics
Dr. Jason Johnson

How would Americans fare under losing Texas compared to the British losing the Scots? The idea of a Texas secession may seem less likely than the Scots leaving the U.K., but the vote might be a lot closer than anyone in the U.S. would like.

WATCH: Longhorns' WR Apologizes For Late Hit

Posted 10.09.2013 | Sports

Less than a week after Texas wide receiver Mike Davis defended his cheap shot at the knees of Iowa State's Deon Broomfield, the senior issued a statem...

Rivalries Fill Top 25 College Football Schedule For Week 13

Posted 11.23.2012 | Sports

Once the feasting and positivity of Thanksgiving is behind us, college football fans turn their attention to some of the most contentious relationship...

20 Things This Older Dad Has Learned About Parenting (and Life)

Ron Brounes | Posted 10.14.2012 | Parents
Ron Brounes

Some say we have a greater appreciation of parenthood because we waited longer to enter this stage of life. I don't believe the sense of happiness, pride or unconditional love I feel for my children is any different than a younger Dad's. I just throw out my back more often.

"And It's Goodbye to A&M": Reflecting on the Longhorns And Aggies Calling It Quits After 135 Years of Unhappy Marriage

Dan Treadway | Posted 11.28.2011 | Sports
Dan Treadway

A fact that few Longhorns or Aggies would care to acknowledge is that deep down, they don't hate each other -- they need each other. Because a big part of the identity of anyone who attends either institution is in fact their direct connection to the opposing school.

Jordan Hicks Picks TEXAS: Top Ohio Prospect Chooses Longhorns

Posted 05.25.2011 | Sports

Jordan Hicks has picked Texas over Ohio State and Florida for college, just moments after Jackson Jeffcoat also announced his choice as Texas. As a s...