Most head football coaches have a special bond with their quarterbacks. For Hawley head coach Brad Schoonmaker that bond is a little different.
The Snyder Tigers are this year's hard luck kids at this point.
The Clyde Bulldogs are ranked in the Harris Poll for the first time in over five years, but this week they have to go up against a highly ranked Cisco team.
The Abilene High Eagles visiting the Duncanville Panthers, who hung 70 points on the scoreboard last week.
The 18th ranked Merkel Badgers in Wall tonight to take on the 5th ranked Wall Hawks.
Breckenridge hosting long-time rival Vernon.
The Snyder Tigers on the road tonight in Lubbock as they look for their first win of the season.
The Roscoe Plowboys not only picked up their first win of the season Friday night, they also brought home the first win of the Jake Freeman era.
The DeLeon Bearcats handed the Baird Bears their second loss of the season on Friday night.
It's not often you find a match-up of defending state champions in Week 1, but that's exactly what fans of Munday and Stamford had Friday night.
The Ballinger Bearcats picked up their first win of the season at Winters on Friday night.
The Albany Lions rose up to Class 2A on Friday night for a win on the road at Jim Ned.
The Hawley Bearcats hosting Grape Creek as both teams look for their first win of the season.
The Cooper Cougars playing their home opener at Shotwell Stadium against the number 1 ranked Cedar Park Timberwolves.
The Brownwood Lions, like most of the Big Country's Class 3A teams, are trying to rebound this week.
The Cooper Cougars play their home opener against defending Class 4A state champion Cedar Park on Friday night.
The Clyde Bulldogs are riding high after a 61-33 win over Bangs last Friday night. They are also being rewarded by entering the Top 25 by Harris Ratings for the first time in over five season.
The Abilene High Eagles are looking to bounce back from a disappointing performance in the their opener last week.
The McMurry War Hawks and the ACU Wildcats get together for the 2nd year in a row on Saturday night at Shotwell Stadium.
The ACU Wildcats and starting quarterback John David Baker started their transition into NCAA Division I on Saturday night with a bang.
The HSU Cowboys are starting their new season this week, but unlike anyone else in the Big Country, the Cowboys start the 2013 season on Friday night in Oregon.
The San Angelo Bandits have finally found their true Head Coach, with the acquisition of Joe Brannen (former Abilene Bombers Head Coach).
The ACU Wildcats made an impressive Division 1 debut as they put up 84 points on Concordia College.
The Cooper Cougars lost a close game against Wichita Falls Rider 39-36
The Brownwood Lions suffer a crushing defeat to the All Saints Saints 70-27 at Gordon Wood Stadium
The Sweetwater Mustangs traveling east to take on the Eastland Mavericks in a 3A/2A match-up.
The Abilene High Eagles lost to the Hebron Hawks 37-7 in the final game of the Champions Classic at Shotwell Stadium.
A decision on the backup quarterback for the Houston Texans is down to Case Keenum and T.J. Yates, but the final decision isn't that clear cut.
The strength of the Abilene High Eagles this year will likely be their defense - which will be anchored by defensive lineman Jake McMillon.
Cooper, Sweetwater, Cisco, and Colorado City are featured in the Top Match Ups of Week 9 of the 2013 high school football season.
The 2013 Hardin-Simmons football schedule has been released and will feature five home games.
The Cooper Cougars finish up spring football Thursday at Shotwell Stadium.
The Eagles tend to go through a cycle. 1 year they have lots of returning starters, and the next year they are looking for new starters.
The Cooper Cougars are in search of 11 new starters for the 2013 season, but quarterback is not a position of need this year.
The 2013 Houston Texans Schedule was released Thursday by the NFL.
The Dallas Cowboys are less than a month away from one of the most important drafts in franchise history. It may sound like a bold statement to some, but it's a fair assessment when season after season ends in sheer disappointment.
Out of the handful of college safeties that could go within the first two rounds, none are more universally regarded as the leader of the group as Kenny Vaccaro.
The Abilene Bombers are in the middle of their 2 weeks out of action after their season opening victory over Laredo on March 16th.
The new guy has to replace All-American Jake Mullin, which will be no easy task, but freshman Brady Lambert is expected to be the guy steps up to take the job.
In their regular season opener, the Abilene Bombers got a taste of what it takes to have a comeback win. With roughly only a week and a half of practice time prior to their 62-61 win over Laredo- it proved this team has a lot of resilience.
Spring football continues for the ACU Wildcats this week as they get ready for the transition from NCAA Division II to NCAA Division I.
Southern Methodist announced today that Hal Mumme is the new Assistant Head Coach and Passing Game Coordinator at the school.
In Throckmorton, Gary Farquhar signed to attend and play football for Midwestern State.
McMurry University's new head football coach, Mason Miller, has introduced his first class of recruits, who have committed to join the War Hawks' program in the Fall of 2013.
Wednesday Munday Moguls Quarterback and Defensive Back Dee Paul signed his letter of intent to play for the Texas Tech Red Raiders and new Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury.
The No. 1 priority for his team was to get bigger and more physical as the Wildcats get ready to move up to the Southland Conference and NCAA Division I football in 2013.
After weeks and months of waiting, four Cooper Cougars made it official Wednesday by signing on the dotted line, and for the most part. They're relieved it's finally done.
Eight athletes at Abilene High put pen to paper Wednesday for National Signing Day. Seven of the eight were Football commits, the other a Track star.
Beyond Sports Network has announced the first release of the roster for the 2013 BSN Collegiate Showcase and the list of participants will include former McMurry University football players Jake Mullin (quarterback) and D.J. Baiza (kick returns/defensive back).