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A crowd of 7,918 witnessed the Houston Cougars host and defeat the LSU Tigers on Sunday, their largest attendance since they hosted Memphis in 2008. Houston prepared to host a much-anticipated team and freshman star Ben Simmons, who is widely considered the front-runner for the first pick of the NBA …

The Houston Cougars Men’s Basketball team, led by senior forward Devonta Pollard and junior guard Damyean Dotson, powered their way past UT-Rio Grande Valley Vaqueros (2-3) 78-65, collecting their fourth-straight victory of the season. Down 45-41 early in the second half, Pollard ignited the Cougars offense with power plays around …

After receiving their first loss of the season, the Houston Cougars were focused as the Navy Midshipmen dropped anchor at TDECU Stadium for the season finale. After a special appearance from former president George H. W. Bush for the coin toss, Houston resembled the unit that was showcased at the …

The Houston Cougars bounce back in a big way, after their only loss of the season, as they blow past the Navy Midshipmen, 52-31. Greg Ward Jr had a big game in his return from injury with 308 passing yards, 83 rushing yards, 3 passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown. …

In case you missed it during Sunday’s slate of games, Redskins DB, Chris Culliver, made an amazing play defending the Panthers’ Greg Olsen. To set up the gif: Olsen catches a a short pass, Culliver goes to make an open-field tackle, and he’s able to jar the ball loose, make …

Houston head coach, Kelvin Sampson, had the Cougars firing on all cylinders against the Florida A&M Rattlers on Saturday night. While guards Ronnie Johnson and Galen Robinson JR combined for 37 points, 12 assists, four steal and no turnovers, the Cougars’ defense managed to discombobulate the Rattlers throughout the night- …

The UH Cougars Men’s Basketball team wins their second straight game by 40+ points, as they defeat the Florida A&M Rattlers 97-52. The Cougars had four players in double-digit scoring in the game, while the Rattlers had none. Photos by Matt Flora

7 transfers make their debut for the Houston Cougars as they host the PVAMU Panthers for their season-opener. East Mississippi transfer, Devonta Pollard, led the way with 25 points, nine rebounds, three blocks and three steals in the 110-69 win. Photos by Maria Aguilera

The Houston Cougars made a statement, Wednesday night, when they hosted the PVAMU Panthers at Hofheinz Pavilion for their season-opener. “Tonight was more like the way you’ll see us play,” said Houston head coach Kelvin Sampson. “You saw our system tonight. We want to play fast. We want to score …

After struggling to score in the first half, and an unexpected injury to starting quarterback Greg Ward Jr, the Houston Cougars relied on the play of JUCO-transfer quarterback, Kyle Postma. Led by quarterback Paxton Lynch, the Tigers jumped on the Cougars early. Their defense stopped the Cougars on their first …