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Roughriders riding down the stretch


By: Cameron Varnau There are less than 40 regular season games remaining for the RoughRiders in 2014 and the team’s identity has drastically changed given the injuries at the major-league level with the Texas Rangers. This is not the same ball club that took the field in the first half, but it is still one with personalities More...

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By Dan M On Friday, July 25th, 2014

Eric Nadel recognized as one of the great ones

By Dic Humphrey Eric Nadel joined the Rangers’ broadcast team in 1979, and has continuously worked as one of the Ranger voices since. This is his 36th year behind the microphone, and this weekend will be More...

By Dan M On Monday, July 21st, 2014

Gallo named All-Star Futures Game MVP

By: Jay Wallis As Frisco RoughRiders infielder Joey Gallo continues to progress through the different levels of professional baseball, he has taken the changes of play in stride. He faced a More...

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By Dan M On Monday, July 21st, 2014

The A.L Penant Race at the break

 By Dic Humphrey The All-Star game is in the books, with the American League claiming home field advantage in this year’s World Series with a 5-3 win.   It’s a good sign for American League teams More...

By Dan M On Saturday, July 12th, 2014

Riders players getting their shot

By:  Cameron Varnau Even though 2014 has been a sore spot in the eyes of many who follow the Rangers’ organization, there are still plenty of things to highlight. An injury-ridden parent More...

By Dan M On Saturday, July 12th, 2014

It’s official, Texas replaces Houston as last place team

By Dic Humphrey The Rangers arrived in Arlington after going 1-6 last week to host the Astros who were winless in their last seven games. Houston came into the series with Texas with the More...

By Dan M On Saturday, June 28th, 2014

We can forget about post season play this year

By Dic Humphrey The “critical” June road trip came to an end last Sunday with the Rangers winning three and losing six to the three teams ahead of them in the American League West. Compounding that result with More...

By BoCarter On Friday, June 27th, 2014

Vanderbilt Overcomes 124 Years of No Men’s National Championships: An Opinion

By Bo Carter The dust has cleared, and Mighty Casey (er, Vanderbilt) has not stuck out but, amazingly, has come away with its first NCAA men’s championship in 124 years of intercollegiate athletics on the final More...

By BoCarter On Monday, June 23rd, 2014

College Football Notes June 23-29

NFF College Hall of Fame Facts Some key birthdates in NFF College Football Hall of Fame annals in the June 24-30 time period are June 24 (1895) Gaylord Stinchcomb, Sycamore, Ohio; (1905) Bill Kelly, Denver, Colo.; More...

By BoCarter On Monday, June 16th, 2014

College Football Notes June 15-21

ESPN had a leadup 30-for-30 documentary move repeat “The Book of Manning” prior to the 68th annual NCAA World Series televised by the network beginning last Saturday. NFF chairman Archie Manning and his and More...