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How much of Stanford can Mike Bloomgren bring to Rice?

As spring football begins across the state, we’re examining the big questions for each program as they begin their set of 15 offseason practices. Next up: Rice. 1. Do the Owls have the beef to play bully ball? Rice has four capable backs–Nahson Ellerbe, Austin Walter, Emmanuel Esukpa and Samuel Stewart–returning who combined for 1,741 yards of offense last season….

St. Paul’s Parker Hughes, Covenant Christian’s Josh Reed honored as Chicken Express Community Heroes

MALE AND FEMALE STUDENT-ATHLETES THAT LEAD BY EXAMPLE ON THE FIELD OF PLAY AND IN THE CLASSROOM CAN BE HONORED AS CHICKEN EXPRESS COMMUNITY HEROES AND RECEIVE SCHOLARSHIP MONEY TO CONTINUE THEIR EDUCATION BEYOND HIGH SCHOOL.

Chicken Express and Dave Campbell’s Texas Football are partnering to honor the heroes in your community. Male and female student-athletes that lead by example on the field of play and in the classroom can be honored as Chicken Express Community Heroes and receive scholarship money to continue their education beyond high school. Athletes can be nominated at TexasFootball.com/ChickenExpress. Parker Hughes…

D-line, a growing offense and a new kicker: Can UNT keep building?

North Texas kicked off spring practice on Wednesday, but here are a few big questions they’ll try to answer during their run of 15 practices. 1. Can a quick fix fill holes on the defensive line? Seth Littrell welcomed six early enrollees from this year’s recruiting class, including four junior college players. Tillman Johnson and Andy Flusche left two big…

Big questions for Houston spring football: Kendal Briles and finding WRs and LBs

1. Is Kendal Briles an overnight fix for the offense? Ex-Baylor offensive coordinator Kendal Briles was the most controversial assistant hire in the state this offseason. But Major Applewhite (and the UH administration) pulling the trigger means they’re willing to trade the PR blowback and face questions about the program’s ethical approach in exchange for fixing an offense that actually…