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Son of Bum: Wade Phillips Discusses Growing Up with a Houston Football Icon

Posted on · (Above: Former Oilers coach, Bum Phillips, and his son, veteran NFL coach Wade Phillips, shown while he was coaching for the Houston Texans. (Photo Courtesy: Brett Coomer | Houston Chronicle) Wade Phillips is about as much a part of Houston football as you can get. While he’s just signed on with the Los Angeles Rams […]

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‘Gridiron Glory’ Offers a Sample of the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Posted on · If a visit to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio is on your bucket list – but you’re not sure if you’re going get there any time soon – maybe you can make the much shorter trip to the campus of Texas Southern University where an exhibit from the Hall of Fame […]

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Severe Weather Update and Political Roundup: Wednesday’s Show (March 29, 2017)

Posted on · (Above: Heavy rains fall in downtown Houston during the late morning hours Wednesday. Photo: Gail Delaughter, Houston Public Media) As News 88.7 is reporting, strong storms bringing heavy rains and wind are passing through the Greater Houston region today. Some areas were under a tornado warning earlier. On this edition of Houston Matters, we get […]

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Texans Advance to Face the Patriots

Posted on · The Texans wil take on the New England Patriots in the second round of the AFC playoffs after defeating the Oakland  Raiders in a Wild Card playoff game at NRG Stadium on Saturday. And the Rockets continued their winning ways on the road and at home We discuss the game and other developments in Houston […]

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UH Names Applewhite its New Coach

Posted on · The University of Houston named Major Applewhite its next head football coach, promoting from within instead of seeking out another big name who might leave in a year or two. Plus the Texans defeated the Colts in Indianapolis to take sole possession of first place in the AFC South, and the Rockets reached a new […]