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UT AD Steve Patterson Goes on the Attack


Steve Patterson has been the Athletics Director for only a few months at his alma mater, but he isn't shy about being a major spokesman for the current collegiate system that is under attack.

UT's Chris Plonsky testifies at O'Bannon trial


UT's women's athletics director, Chris Ponsky was the first witness called by the plaintiffs' in the O'Bannon anti trust suit, and both sides found parts of her testimony to their liking.

San Antonio Spurs: Sustained Excellence


The San Antonio Spurs captured their 5th NBA Championship Sunday night by chasing perfection and finding excellence.

Texas-OU to stay at Cotton Bowl through 2025


Texas and OU have agreed to keep playing in Dallas and in the Cotton Bowl through 2025, which will the 97th straight meeting between the two teams in the venerable stadium.

Longhorn Legend James Saxton Has Passed Away


James Saxton, one of the first super stars of the Darrell Royal Era at the University of Texas has passed away at the age of 74.

UT Regent Faces Slow Impeachment Process


The battle between some Texas legislators and UT Regent Wallace Hall is moving towards the impeachment process, but it will be a long, slow journey.

Big 10 Network Finds A Gold Mine in New York City


The Big 10 Network welcomes Rutgers and Maryland officially into the fold this football season,and with them they welcome in the lucrative east coast TV markets.

Texas House Increases Pressure on UT Regent


The Texas House Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations says it has enough reasons to impeach UT Regent Wallace Hall -- but they would like the UT Board of Regents to address the problem first.

NFL Draft: Must See TV


Thanks to Johnny Manziel and several other compelling story lines,the first round of the NFL draft established new ratings records for the event on Thursday night.

SEC Network, ESPN Drawing Distribution Battle Line


The SEC Network goes live in August and ESPN is in a bloody battle with distributors over just how much they have to pay to carry the network.

NBA to Donald Sterling: Buh Bye


Donald Sterling, a stunning blend of incompetence and bigotry, will be forced out of the NBA. He will see a nice return on investment for the $12 million he spent to buy the team in 1981, however.

UT Regent Secretly Taped Chancellor, Other Regents


The soap opera that has involved the UT System Board of Regents, the State Legislature, and UT-Austin President William Powers now involves a clandestine taping of a closed door meeting.

Texas Basketballplays UConn, Stanford next season


Texas basketball announced most of their non-conference schedule for the 2014-15 and the defending national champion Connecticut Huskies are on the slate.

UT's Jordan Spieth Continues His Masters Education


20-year old Jordan Spieth fell short of his quest for a green jacket on Sunday, but his game is well suited to contend for many years to come.

Colt McCoy Signs With Washington


Colt McCoy will enter training camp with the Washington Redskins - maybe as the 3rd team QB or maybe as the 2nd team QB if the Redskins trade Kirk Cousins.

March Madness: A TV programmer's dream come true


The NCAA tournament continues to grow in popularity as is shows other sports the future of live TV.

Verne Lundquist Saying More With Less for 50 Years


Verne Lundquist is a sport broadcasting pioneer who has over a half century of work on his resume. Starting in Austin and reaching all the way to CBS, Lundquist has fashioned his Hall of Fame Career by using a "minimalist" style of announcing.

Longhorn Network Adds DISH Customers


Disney agreed to a long term distribution deal with DISH Network, and the Longhorn Network picks up another 15 million homes as potential customer.

Media Musings: Multi-Billion Dollar Merger


The two largest cable providers in the US want to join forces, and Nielsen has some interesting numbers on the popularity of football in the U.S.

BCS ERA Best TV Show: Texas vs. USC


It was a match made in Hollywood Heaven, and it established the benchmark for both on the field excellence and attracting TV viewers. The 2006 BCS championship game - Texas vs. USC - set the bar for the upcoming college football playoff.

SEC Network: High dollar buy, worth the cost?


ESPN is putting a high price tag on the new SEC Network, but it is betting that distributors will want to keep its sports fans happy

Jim Mora Jr. uses twitter to deny Texas rumor


Thanks to social media, people get to turn down the Texas job in just seconds.

Art Briles declares love for Baylor, Furry Fandom


Social media strikes again as Baylor Coach Art Briles says he is a Baylor Bear through and through

Texas: The case for not playing on Thanksgiving


The traditional Thanksgiving day game between Texas and Texas A&M no longer exists, and it is time for the Longhorns to move off that day day for good.

President Powers: Controversy Cost UT a Recruit


UT President Bill Powers testified before a Texas house committee on Wednesday that his running battle with members of the board of regents cost the University over $1 million while also damaging the reputation of the school.

UT Regents to study Bill Powers job performance


The UT System Board of Regents will take a look at the job performance of UT Austin President William Powers this Thursday. The Board will go into executive session during its regularly scheduled meeting to discuss Powers.

Red McCombs: I bet Mack will be back in 2014


Billionaire Red McCombs, a long time booster of Mack Brown thinks the embattled football coach should be back in 2014 and he thinks he will be back.

Bev Kearny Discrimination Suit Filed Against UT


Former UT women's track coach Bev Kearney has filed a race and gender discrimination lawsuit against the University, claiming she was the victim of a double standard for having an inappropriate relationship with a student athlete.

Baylor makes Art Briles an offer he can't refuse


Baylor has signed Art Briles to a contract extension that will pay him $3.5 million a year to coach the Bears through 2023.

Wallace Hall Subpoenaed


The investigation into possible articles of impeachment for UT-System Regent Wallace Hall continues this week -- but will gather more interest in early December when Hall testifies before the House committee.

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