AUSTIN — The eyes, sad and yearning, draw you in, paralyzing observers in place. This is Robert Hurst’s third crack at painting famed Texas songwriter Aaron Barker, and if the eyes are any indication this one will be a keeper.
Tickets for the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame’s 2019 banquet, which will be May 4 at the Ferrell Center, are on sale. They can be purchased by emailing Tiffany Wilkins at email@example.com, or by calling (210) 290-8570.
The problem of concussions has been a steady talking point around the game of football in recent years, and that issue will be at the forefront of a film screening this week in Waco.
Adrian Peterson, the 10th all-time leading rusher in NFL history, and Ken Casner, a former star at Waco High and Baylor University, are among the headliners in the Class of 2019 of the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame.
Jason Witten caught 1,152 passes in 15 years for the Dallas Cowboys. No Houston Texans player ever brought in more balls than Andre Johnson.
The members of the 2018 induction class sat together at a long table inside the Tom Landry Theater on Saturday afternoon at the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. Each in turn gave humble and gracious answers to the press conference moderator’s questions.
Jill Sterkel is the living embodiment of the idea of, “I wasn’t born in Texas, but I got here as fast as I could.”
On Aug. 27, 2010, Houston’s Wheeler Baptist Church overflowed with more than 1,000 people who came to pay their last respects to Johnny Bailey.
BELTON — When Pete Fredenburg started the Mary Hardin-Baylor football program in 1997, all he had was a temporary office and a dream that enough Central Texas players would be interested in playing for the NCAA Division III school.