Official newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Official newspaper of the University of Texas at Austin

The Daily Texan

Green Bay super once more

The Associated Press and Paul Newberry February 7, 2011

ARLINGTON — Aaron Rodgers has turned the Green Bay Packers into Super Bowl champions once again. Rodgers threw three touchdown passes and Nick Collins returned an interception for another...

Former Longhorn Aldridge left out of 2011 NBA All-Star game

Trey Scott February 4, 2011

Despite playing on a team depleted by injuries, former Texas star LaMarcus Aldridge has kept the Portland Trail Blazers afloat this year with his strong play. His efforts, though, were not enough...

Veteran pitcher to announce retirement today in New York

Trey Scott February 4, 2011

Andy Pettitte has finally called it quits. The 15-year veteran and winner of 240 games, who spent his career pitching for the New York Yankees, with a short stint as a Houston Astro, is set to announce...

College friends adjusting to different roles on team

Nick Cremona February 1, 2011

As he waited for his former college roommate Marcus Cousin to finish showering after Saturday’s 105-103 overtime win against New Mexico, newly acquired Austin Toros guard Aubrey Coleman stressed...

Ryan Lochte edges out Phelps in Austin meet

Sara Beth Purdy January 18, 2011

Hundreds of swimmers descended on the University of Texas last weekend for the Austin Grand Prix. This meet, which was hosted by USA Swimming at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center, is one...

Commentator sounds off on athletics, nation

Alex Endress November 16, 2010

Though often seen on ESPN as a college football commentator, Craig James was in Austin in person on Monday to speak with students about becoming better citizens and getting more involved in civic duties. James,...

Miami fun to watch, easy to hate with LeBron

Sameer Bhuchar November 4, 2010

After being assigned five games in the first seven days of the NBA season, the traveling Miami Heat circus show can finally take a few days of rest. And for goodness sake, they deserve it. They...

Texas’ stars nowhere to be found

Laken Litman October 28, 2010

Cliff Lee was untouchable. Until Wednesday night. He’d won two ALDS games against the Rays on the road and an ALCS game in Yankee Stadium. His 2010 postseason ERA was 0.75. He became a franchise...

City of fair weather fans unite, cheer on Rangers

Laken Litman October 19, 2010

I have a confession to make: I’m a bandwagon Rangers fan. Before you jump on me for my fair-weather ways, look at yourself in the mirror and tell me you aren’t the same way. If you’re...

Stars prove sport can flourish in Austin

Chris Hummer October 14, 2010

Hockey is a bit of a foreign commodity down south, considering people around here care about Friday Night Lights, Saturday rivalries and Sunday slugfests. But for the people of Austin, hockey has...

Stars prove sport can flourish in Austin

Chris Hummer October 14, 2010

Hockey is a bit of a foreign commodity down south, considering people around here care about Friday Night Lights, Saturday rivalries and Sunday slugfests. But for the people of Austin, hockey has...

Aztex finish a bittersweet season

Wes Maulsby October 12, 2010

The Austin Aztex played its final game of the season Saturday for a 3-2 loss at the hands of the Montreal Impact. Though the loss eliminated Austin from the playoffs in a 5-2 aggregate series, the night...