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Vote for the Built By Nature Assistant Coach of the Week! — Week 10

Fan votes will decide who takes home the coveted honor for Week 10.

Dairy Max and Dave Campbell’s Texas Football are proud to team up this year to honor excellence in coaching, and the hard work that assistant coaches put in on a weekly basis to prepare their teams for battle. We invite fans across Texas to help us select the individual that will be named the Built by Nature Assistant Coach of…

The must-see Friday night Texas high school football games for Week 10

EVERY WEEK DURING THE HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SEASON, BRADY KEANE PICKS OUT THE BEST FRIDAY GAMES IN EVERY 11-MAN CLASSIFICATION AROUND THE STATE. IF YOU'RE NEAR ONE, GET OUT AND SEE SOME FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS.

The Texas high school football regular season is rapidly drawing to a close, giving the Week 10 schedule several games that will determine both playoff positioning and district championships. If you’re looking for a game to get to, here are the must-see games in each 11-man classification: 6A: El Paso Montwood (8-0, 5-0) vs. El Paso Pebble Hills (8-0, 5-0)…

Hitchcock, East Chambers ready to battle for district supremacy

The Taco Bell Road Tour highlights marquee matchups across the Houston area throughout the season.

Taco Bell and Dave Campbell’s Texas Football have teamed up to feature one must-see Texas high school football matchup each week in the Houston area. This week: Hitchcock vs. East ChambersT, 7:30 p.m. Friday night at Buccaneer Stadium. Hitchcock and East Chambers have rolled through District 12-3A with relative ease so far this season. Both teams have allowed less than 20 points…

WEEK 10 PREVIEW: Breaking down the biggest games in Texas high school football

Will Vela maintain control of the Valley against PSJA and who takes the South Plains showdown between Abernathy and New Deal?

Edinburg Vela (8-0, 5-0) at PSJA (8-0, 5-0) There are just three unbeaten teams remaining at the 6A level in the Valley and two of them meet up in Pharr for a Thursday showdown to determine the 31-6A title. Vela, under first-year head coach John Campbell, has been as outstanding as ever as the Sabercats haven’t had a game closer…

NEED TO KNOW: 2017 Texas High School Football State Championships

What you need to know about the the 2017 UIL Texas high school football state championships.

The 2017 UIL Texas high school football state championships will be here before you know it. Here’s what you need to know. THE SCHEDULE The 2017 UIL Texas high school football state championship games will take place Wednesday, December 20 through Saturday, December 23, with 12 title games played across four days. The schedule is as follows: Wednesday, December 20…

SNAPSHOT DAY: Enrollment numbers for 2018-2019 UIL Realignment

The latest enrollment data for the upcoming UIL realignment.

October 27, 2017 is UIL Snapshot Day — the day in which the University Interscholastic League collects the enrollment data they will use to formulate the district alignments for the 2018 and 2019 Texas high school football season. While the new classifications, regions and districts won’t be announced until February, this is our first clue of who will be moving…

Vote for the Built By Nature Assistant Coach of the Week! — Week 9

Fan votes will decide who takes home the coveted honor for Week 9.

Dairy Max and Dave Campbell’s Texas Football are proud to team up this year to honor excellence in coaching, and the hard work that assistant coaches put in on a weekly basis to prepare their teams for battle. We invite fans across Texas to help us select the individual that will be named the Built by Nature Assistant Coach of…

Texas Football Today interview: East Chambers head coach Russ Sutherland

The Buccaneers have put together a strong campaign and have a big game against Hitchcock this Friday (which we'll feature for our Taco Bell Road Tour), so we used the opportunity to catch up with the head man to talk about the offseason message after missing the playoffs, his team's strengths in 2017, and the difference between Louisiana and Texas high school football.