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Photos: Football Operations Center topping out ceremony

On Friday, Houston Athletics and UH Facilities Planning & Construction invited the media to attend the topping-out ceremony for the Memorial Hermann Football Operations Center. After lunch and speeches from UH officials and their...

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How UT and Rice conspired to help UH join the SWC

This is a follow-up piece to UH is invited to the Southwest Conference.   The University of Houston was admitted to the Southwest Conference on...

Old Men podcast: 4 starters will “run it back” for Coogs

As promised, this is our first offseason Ad Hoc episode, where we'll discuss the big roster decisions made shortly after the Portal season opened...

Anthony Gangi talks about his Spring Game performance

Receiver Anthony Gangi has been in the Houston Football program for three years but has not had much opportunity to shine. He's twice been...

Photos: 2024 Spring football game

Photos from the 2024 Spring Football game held at the Carl Lewis International Complex. All photos © 2024 by Mario Puente and may not...

Video from Saturday’s spring practice

Willie Fritz and his Houston Cougar football team enter their last week of Spring Football on Tuesday. Fritz has spent spring implementing his systems,...

No Conference for Old Men: Heartbreak in the Sweet 16

The Houston Cougars finished the season in the Sweet 16 at 32-5 after a heartbreaking loss to Duke. Houston started fast and Duke had...

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Stewart J. Guss, Injury Accident Lawyers, is proud to be a corporate sponsor as the Official Personal Injury Law Firm for University of Houston Athletics.

“As a University of Houston alum, I am honored that the University of Houston Athletics chose our firm to be their official and exclusive personal injury law firm,” says Stewart J. Guss, the firm’s founder.

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Cougar History

It’s a special off-season episode of the No Conference for Old Men podcast. The Three Old Men had the incredible opportunity to talk all things...
The 1961 Houston Football season was Hal Lahar's last as head coach. Boosters had been planning it for a while, and Lahar resigned that...
On the morning of May 3, 1971, in a conference room in College Station, the University of Houston had one of its biggest athletics...
This is a follow-up piece to UH is invited to the Southwest Conference.   The University of Houston was admitted to the Southwest Conference on...
Finally, a game lived up to the hype. Houston 94, Louisville 81 in the Pit in Albuquerque. It was the second game of the...
Against Texas A&M, Jamal Shead was 0/5 on threes. He missed a critical free throw late in the game, barely hitting the front rim....