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Houston Rockets star James Harden keeps getting complained about on social media
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Published in 2-2-2019
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Rockets superstar James Harden is on an absolutely ridiculous tear over the last month and a half, but it's not enough for some people on social media.

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After leaving USC, five-star recruit Bru McCoy set to enroll at Texas
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Published in 2-2-2019
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After a week filled with Twitter-fueled speculation and transfer database gossip, McCoy-to-Texas became official Friday afternoon. He will enroll and is expected to start classes at UT on Monday, Jan. 28, per a source.

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UH football well represented again in Super Bowl LIII
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Published in 2-2-2019
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For the fourth straight year, the University of Houston will be represented in the Super Bowl.

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Oscar De La Hoya: Boxing thriving with DAZN as pay-per-view dies
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Published in 2-2-2019
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In its first year, DAZN plans to air more than 100 fight nights between boxing and mixed-martial arts.

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Raptors' Nick Nurse developed coaching philosophy with Rio Grande Valley Vipers
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Published in 2-2-2019
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If some of the Raptors' offense seemed similar to much of the Rockets' style in recent years, that was not a coincidence. First-year Raptors coach Nick Nurse brought much of that style with him to the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, the Rockets' G League affiliate, and then developed his offense to work with the Rockets' philosophies.

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Kenneth Faried gets another start for Rockets
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Published in 2-2-2019
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Kenneth Faried started at center for the Rockets, his second consecutive start and the first game in the six Clint Capela has missed that the Rockets had the same starting lineup.

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Redus twins lift Eisenhower over Nimitz in overtime
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Published in 2-2-2019
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Eisenhower seniors Ja'Mare and Ja'Mere Redus were only at their best Friday when nothing less would work.

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Oregon safety Ugochukwu Amadi wins Lombardi Award
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Published in 2-2-2019
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Oregon safety Ugochukwu Amadi was named the winner of the Lombardi Award, which honors college football's "outstanding player and leader," on Friday night at the Post Oak Hotel.

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Newcomer Kenneth Faried sparks Rockets past Raptors
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Published in 2-2-2019
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Of all the ways the Rockets have won games in recent weeks – ranging from James Harden going nuts to James Harden going truly insane – the Rockets went another way.

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State proposes tighter speckled trout, alligator gar regulations
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Published in 2-2-2019
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Anglers fishing for speckled trout in bays along the upper Texas coast or alligator gar in the Trinity River and bowfishers targeting those gar anywhere in the state would later this year see significantly more conservative restrictions on their activities under proposed regulation changes state fisheries managers unveiled this past week. The opposite is the case for largemouth ba ...>>
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Lake Creek has rare varsity experience for first-year softball program
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Published in 2-2-2019
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Michelle Rochinski knows what a successful softball program looks like. She has been leading one at Montgomery High School over the past decade-plus. But now she is embarking on a new challenge as the head coach at Lake Creek, building everything from the ground up. “Personally, I’m extremely excited,” Rochinski said. “Opening a program, starting from scratch, implementing ...>>
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College Park softball hoping to take next step in Jeremy Collins’ second year
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Published in 2-2-2019
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College Park softball hopes to take another step forward in its second season under coach Jeremy Collins. Last season, the Lady Cavaliers started seven freshmen. This season, an experienced group is expected to improve. “Having those players back and comfortable, that makes a huge difference in our program,” Collins said in a recent phone interview. “Now, ...>>
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Willis pulls out victory over Caney Creek
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Published in 2-2-2019
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WILLIS Willis guard Devonte Nephew converted an and-1 layup with 16.7 seconds remaining to give his Wildkats the lead for good during a 60-59 home victory over Caney Creek on Friday evening in District 20-5A action. Willis (13-15, 7-4) avenged a loss to the Panthers (11-18, 4-8) earlier this season with the triumph and kept pace with Lake Creek and Montgomery in the district stan ...>>
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Conroe completes season sweep of The Woodlands
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Published in 2-2-2019
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THE WOODLANDS Conroe solidified its spot in the District 15-6A standings with a 54-41 win over The Woodlands on Friday. The Lady Tigers (17-9, 10-3) remain locked in a second-place tie with Oak Ridge (19-11, 10-3), which defeated fifth-place Klein Oak (14-16, 8-6) by a score of 63-46 on Friday. “We played kind of sloppy in the beginning, but I think in the s ...>>

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College Park, The Woodlands tie 2-2
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Published in 2-2-2019
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THE WOODLANDS It was another clash between bitter rivals The Woodlands and College Park on Friday night on the Cavaliers’ home pitch. And kind of like a movie with a cliffhanger at the end, you’ll have to wait until to second round of District 15-6A to see who might come out with the edge this year. The Highlanders and Cavaliers played to a 2-2 tie as each te ...>>
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