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  1. O'Brien list loaded with top-notch Texas QBs

    Jeff Caplan

    Two Metroplex quarterbacks, five Big 12 passers and another signal-caller in the state of Texas were selected to the 30-man Davey O'Brien Award watch list that was released Wednesday. The award is given to college football's top quarterback. SMU s...

    Blog | July 14, 2010
  2. Houston Cougars' aerial assault falters in Bell Helicopter Armed ...

    Jeff Caplan

    Cougars anxiously await offseason after offense is picked apart in bowl.

    Story | Conversation | December 31, 2009
  3. Ring up, 5 INTs

    Jeff Caplan

    FORT WORTH, Texas -- Who would have figured five Case Keenum interceptions? Yes, five. With 5:54 to go, Jon Davis just made Keneum's day worse. Air Force has the ball back with a 41-20 lead. Five picks is an Armed Forces Bowl record. Attendance at...

    Blog | December 31, 2009
  4. Believe it, 4th INT for Keenum

    Jeff Caplan

    FORT WORTH, Texas -- Air Force's No. 1 pass defense ranking is no joke. Cornerback Anthony Wright, a junior from Flower Mound, a Dallas-Fort Worth suburb, just handed Case Keenum a fourth interception with 12:58 left to go in the game. Houston was in...

    Blog | December 31, 2009
  5. Halftime: Air Force 24, Houston 6

    Jeff Caplan

    FORT WORTH, Texas --Halftime already? Yes, indeed, it was a quick one (by college football standards). Air Force has controlled the game and the clock with its vaunted rushing attack and have the kind of lead they need, 18 points, to be in contention...

    Blog | December 31, 2009
  6. Two drives, two picks for AF

    Jeff Caplan

    FORT WORTH, Texas -- Houston quarterback Case Keenum threw nine interceptions all season. He's tossed two in two possessions to start the Armed Forces Bowl. Air Force leads 14-0 just a little more than halfway through the first quarter. Chris Thom...

    Blog | December 31, 2009
  7. Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl took flight after name change

    Jeff Caplan

    The Armed Forces Bowl took flight when it signed up with the military.

    Story | Conversation | December 28, 2009
  8. Overlooked, UH's humble Keenum shines

    Jeff Caplan

    Houston quarterback Case Keenum had a tremendous junior season, bettering what was a sensational sophomore season. The touchdown-throwing maching from Abilene -- he played at Abilene Wylie -- leads his Cougars into the Armed Forces Bowl for a rematch...

    Blog | December 28, 2009
  9. Sumlin allows UH fans to exhale

    Jeff Caplan

    Houston Cougars coach Kevin Sumlin, who will lead the nation's No. 1 passing attack into Fort Worth on New Year's Eve against Air Force in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, made it a happy holiday season in the Bayou City after all. Sumlin, 1...

    Blog | December 15, 2009