NCAA Football – 1977 – Special – SWC Highlights – Texas Longhorns Undefeated Season In Review

DOG ASIDE:    The 1977 SWC Season was highlighted with the only undefeated team in the country, the Texas Longhorns….along with the Heisman Trophy Winner for 1977….as the conference was laden with top caliber talent….as evidenced by the SWC season statistics leaders as follows; Pass Attempts / Completions  – Rice QB Randy Hertel 356 /…

NCAA Football – 1982 – SWC Game of Week – Texas University VS Texas A & M – 1st Half

DOG COMMENTARY: Never in the history of college football has there been a more storied rivalry than the one that came down every Thanksgiving in the heart of Texas….than the annual game between the Texas Longhorns versas the Texas A & M Aggies…as it didn’t matter whether the game was played in Austin (UT) or…

NCAA Football – 1986 – 50th Cotton Bowl Classic – Texas A & M VS Auburn – Featuring Bo Jackson

DOG COMMENTARY: This 1986 50th Cotton Bowl Classic between the Texas A & M Aggies against the Auburn University Tigers / War Eagles (as they couldn’t ever really decide which they were) in a game that featured one of the greatest collegiate and professional running backs in football history in Bo Jackson…..who just might have…

NCAA Football – 1986 – 50th Cotton Bowl – Texas A & M VS Auburn – Pregame – Featuring RB Bo Jackson

DOG COMMENTARY: The 1986 Cotton Bowl Classic was an American college football bowl game played on January 1, 1986 at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas….and was the 50th Cotton Bowl Classic held….as the game featured the Texas A&M Aggies and the Auburn Tigers. A & M coach Jackie Sherill was in his fourth year with…

NCAA Football – 1986 SWC – Thanksgiving Day – Texas Longhorns VS Texas Aggies

DOG ASIDE: The 1986 version of the Southwest Conference Thanksgiving Day Classic between The University of Texas and Texas A & M University was the last game in which Longhorn Coach Fred Akers would coach after being at the helm in Austin for 10 years and two (2) SWC Championships. The Aggies were led by…

NFL – The Men Who Played The Game – RB John David Crow

DOG COMMENTARY: John David Crow, Sr. was an American football player, coach, and college athletics administrator….who won the Heisman Trophy as a halfback for the Texas A&M Aggies football team in 1957….whereby after college, he played professional football in the NFL for the Chicago and St. Louis Cardinals and the San Francisco 49ers between 1958 and…

NCAA Football Highlights The Legend Of Bear Bryant

DOG ASIDE: In 1954, Bryant accepted the head coaching job at Texas A&M University…..where he also served as athletic director.  The Aggies suffered through a grueling 1-9 initial season….which began with the infamous training camp in Junction, Texas…..when the “survivors” were given the name “Junction Boys”.  Two years later, Bryant led the team to the…