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Francisco Casillas

Francisco Casillas

Graduated from the University of Houston with a BA in Journalism.

I'm a sports writer & photographer that covers from professional to collegiate sports.

My end goal is for one day to work at a newspaper or magazine (Washington Post, LA Times, Sports Illustrated), travel and continue to do what I enjoy; talk & write about sports.

The Houston Cougars found themselves in a sense of deja vu in the fourth quarter against No. 20 Washington State Cougars, a same situation back in 2009 when Dana Holgerson was an offensive coordinator on the sidelines at Robertson Stadium and Mike Leach was Texas Tech’s head coach. Down by …

Central Arkansas routs Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 73-53; advancing to the next round of the Southland Conference Basketball Tournament.   Photos by Francisco Casillas

Lamar Cardinals edges HBU Huskies, 81-79, in the final seconds of the game.   Photos by Francisco Casillas & Matt Flora

Houston Cougars  grabs a share of the American Athletic Conference title after beating the SMU Mustangs, 90-79 – celebrating the school’s first regular-season title since claiming a share of the Southwest Conference in 1992. Photos by Francisco Casillas & Matt Flora \

The Houston Dynamo fall 2-0 to Tigres UANL of the 1st Leg Concacaf Champions League Quarterfinals at BBVA Compass Stadium.   Photos by Francisco Casillas

In a tough fought game, the Houston Cougars were not able to make a comeback in their 69-64 loss to Central Florida. Photos by André Brooks , Francisco Casillas 

The Houston Cougars rout the Aggies of Texas A&M 9-3 at home. Photos by Francisco Casillas

The Houston Cougars’ home-streak continues after beating the Bulls of South Florida.   Photos by Francisco Casillas, Andre Brooks

After a 9-7 win against Arizona, Houston is one game away from sweeping the Wildcats as they meet for the series finale on Sunday.    Photos by Matt Flora, Francisco Casillas

The Houston Cougars win their first game of the double header against the Cardinals of University of the Incarnate Word with a 16-0 shut-out.   Photos by Francisco Casillas