texas high school football
Texas' high school steroid testing program was supposed to be a model for the nation. Now, Don Hooton fears it taught us all the wrong lessons.
You know what they say in sports, “a win is a win!” and when it comes to this video a point...is a point...
They claim they were following his orders.
The district will file an official complaint.
"The first thing we want is that those two kids never play football again."
Can you guess who wins?
Kids who are homeschooled or who go to private and parochial schools want access to the state's public school sports leagues. Where is Dr. King when we need him?
"I spoke with Oscar, and I know that he did not mean any harm by tweets he posted," Soza said. "He made a terrible mistake
The 18,000-seat facility, which will house the perennial top-10 Allen Eagles, boasts NaturalGrass Matrix turf, a 75-by-45
However silly, misguided, and stupid our opinions and actions regarding our schools may be, at least we ain't as bad as them Texans.