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Late to the Game: Foreman’s Frame

D’Onta Foreman is about to make recent Texas history. Maybe. Probably? I’m bad at predictions, which means I’m technically one of the world’s...

 
 

Late to the Game: Commercialism

Commercials can be embarrassing and they don’t exactly age well. But during that same NFL game, you might see a dozen different athletes—or Peyton Manning...

 
 

Late to the Game: What’s He Doing Here?

On a balmy night in May, as a storm brewed in Austin, I watched Game 6 of the NBA Western Conference Finals at a bar called Doc’s on South Congress Avenue....

 
 

Late to the Game: Every Rose Has Its Thorn

The lowest point for Longhorn football fans these past two years came, ironically, during a game in which their team’s quarterback set the Texas record for...

 
 

Late to the Game: Room to Grow

The last two seasons of Longhorn football, frustrating as they have been for fans, were not, in the grand scheme of things, actually that bad. Unless for some...

 
 

Late to the Game: Getting the Ball Rolling

I was leafing through a book called The University of Texas Trivia Book, written by delightful centenarian and UT historian Margaret Berry, BA ’37, Life Member,...

 
 

Late to the Game: Really Late to THE Game, Part I

Confession time: I’ve never watched the 2006 BCS National Championship Game. [Ducks.] I caught the final couple minutes at a bar in New Brunswick, New Jersey—a...

 
 

Ford Model T.J.

It was a routine play. The Knicks were in San Antonio for their yearly spanking at the hands of the Spurs, but it didn’t matter to me, a lifelong New York sports...

 
 

Late to the Game: The Prank Job

In late October, some juvenile delinquent—possibly a real-life Bart Simpson—tagged the Alumni Center with the call letters of a certain East-Central Texas agricultural...

 
 

Late to the Game: Just Deal With It.

When the new Nike apparel deal with UT was announced last week, it came with a surprising caveat. The deal, the richest in college sports history at $250 million...

 
 
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