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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.

One day after Wrestlemania 26, Marc Ray, Jamaal Jones and Andre Brooks discuss the event overall; as well as what matches stood out, what match had the least importance and how the matches were impacted without fans being present for the first time in Wrestlemania history. TOP Talks also introduces …

Houston Tennis came up short at home in Friday afternoon’s match-up against UT Arlington, falling in a 5-2 decision; the Cougars seek to rebound on Sunday on a doubleheader between the UConn Huskies and UTSA Roadrunners.   Photos by Francisco Casillas

Houston earns their back-to-back shutouts with a 4-0 win against Louisiana Tech.   Photos by Andre Brooks & Francisco Casillas  

Houston Tennis closed its last matchup of the weekend with a 7-0 victory over Texas State.   Photos by Francisco Casillas

Houston falls to Louisiana State in a 7-0 decision at the Winston Tennis Facility.    Photos by Francisco Casillas

Houston sweeps Southern University, 7-0, in the first game of the doubleheader.   Photos by Francisco Casillas

Houston tennis completes the doubleheader sweeps after beating the Stephen F Austin Ladykjacks 7-0.    Photos by André Brooks  

With a dominant fashion, the Houston Cougars take sole possession of the American Athletic Conference standings with a 76-43 win against the Wichita State Shockers.   Photos by André Brooks and Francisco Casillas

Houston’s aggressive play trumps Tulane with a 75-62 win.   Photos by Andre Brooks & Francisco Casillas

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 …