Mike Florio talks with John McClain of the Houston Chronicle about which coaches the Texans are considering to replace the recently fired Gary Kubiak. McClain doubts interim head coach Wade Phillips will get the job at the end of the season.
Mike Florio talks with Jaguars head coach, Gus Bradley about the Jaguars winning 4 games after starting the season 0-8. Then, Florio talks with John McClain of the Houston Chronicle about what head coaches the Texans are interested in hiring after firing Gary Kubiak last week.
Gary Kubiak wanted one more chance to say goodbye to the city of Houston.
To be honest, hip-hop/rap has never been "my thang." However, I'd been hearing noise about Hip-Hop in Houston. This new tome chronicles the hip-hop culture of that city, which is a major hub of the genre. Since curiosity is one of my middle names, I contacted author Maco L. Show More Summary
This post is by Marion Lloyd, a higher-education researcher at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She is a former correspondent in Mexico for The Boston Globe, the Houston Chronicle, and The Chronicle of Higher Education. ————————————————————————————————– Paulo...Show More Summary
No less than the Houston Chronicle is marvelling at Canberra’s Richards family who have reclaimed their world record for the most christmas lights on a residential property: An Australian family has reclaimed their Guinness World Record by stringing up more than half a million Christmas lights around their suburban home. Guinness World Records official Chris Sheedy [...]
Reporter Sarah Tressler was fired from Hearst’s Houston Chronicle last year after it was discovered that she was moonlighting as a stripper. She filed an EEOC complaint and landed at the San Antonio Express-News — another Hearst paper — as a part of the settlement. She sent an email earlier this week telling Romenesko readers … Read More
Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin is kind of a big deal in Houston. How popular is he? Defensive coordinator Mark Snyder recently compared him to Justin Bieber, according to the Houston Chronicle’s Brent Zwerneman. Sumlin and Snyder each took their daughters to a Drake concert in Houston last week. Show More Summary
Is Houston Chronicle features Web editor Dana Guthrie more of an authority on sexy men than the editors at People magazine? We might need a The Voice-style reality TV show to properly answer that rhetorical, but in the meantime Guthrie...Show More Summary
For the second time this year, Houston Rockets center Omer Asik has reportedly asked for a trade, per Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle. For the second time this year, the Houston Rockets have reportedly told Asik they don't intend...Show More Summary
It looks like Gary Kubiak will be coaching the Texans on Sunday, but things may not be totally back to normal on the Houston sideline. For starters, Kubiak may not be on the sideline. John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports that Kubiak said he may be coaching from the booth rather than his customary…
The big man is asking out of Houston, according to a report. With his starting spot gone, Rockets center Omer Asik requested a trade in the past 48 hours, according to Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle. Asik signed a three-year,...Show More Summary
Dwight Howard's return to form has earned him a lot of fans. Clearly, backup center and Houston Rockets teammate Omer Asik is not one of them. According to Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle, Asik has demanded a trade: With his...Show More Summary
James Harden is out for the Houston Rockets' game against the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night. Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle broke the news. Harden looked OK warming up, but that is w/ no cutting, sudden moves. Bruised...Show More Summary
Here’s the Houston Chronicle on the Rockets shaking up their lineup: The Rockets’ great two-centers experiment could be over. If not over, it will likely be put on hiatus. With matchups against the smaller lineups of the 76ers tonight and Knicks on Thursday ahead, Rockets coach Kevin McHale apparently decided it is too big to succeed, at [...]
So yeah, the whole Ed Reed thing didn't really work out in Houston. The Texans will release Reed Tuesday, according to the Houston Chronicle.
Houston Texans free safety Ed Reed will reportedly be released by the team on Tuesday, according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. Texans are releasing Ed Reed today. — John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) November 12, 2013 McClain...Show More Summary
Ed Reed’s stint in Houston was a short one. Reed, the veteran safety who signed with the Texans this season, will be released today, according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. The news makes a lot of sense, as Reed has been a disappointment on the field and is expressing frustration off the field.…
“This is one of the few times a white guy has pretended to be a black guy and fooled black people," longtime incumbent Bruce Austin told the Houston Chronicle about the man who unseated him from the Houston Community College Board of Trustees. Show More Summary
Superior Energy Services has been named one of Houston’s 2013 Top Workplaces by the Houston Chronicle for the second year in a row, announced David Dunlap,