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Houston is the most complete program in the Big 12

Hopefully, things are getting back to normal for UH fans after Beryl blew through on Monday morning. No major issues to report from the team at GoCoogs, save for power being out for a...

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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...

Reid Gettys joins the Old Men podcast

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...

University of Houston’s uniform journey through the 1960s

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...

May 1971: UH is invited to the Southwest Conference

On the morning of May 3, 1971, in a conference room in College Station, the University of Houston had one of its biggest athletics...

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...

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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

There were gasps all over the Shamrock Hilton. Did he just say that? These prominent black doctors, lawyers, and businessmen couldn't believe it. Did...
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...