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Book Review: I Came As a Shadow by John Thompson
UT-Austin’s athletic program is currently undergoing one of its periodic convulsions, the dismissal and replacement of 4-year football coach Tom Herman, who had failed to achieve what the alumni (more precisely, “Texas Exes”) consider the Longhorn birthright of national championships.

10:00AM Wed. Mar. 3, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Austin FC Signs Argentine Star Tomás Pochettino
Austin FC announced the signing of sought-after Argentine midfielder Tomás Pochettino Thursday for a transfer fee of $2.5 million, delivering on the club’s promise to add a second Designated Player and another foundational starter before its debut season begins.

8:55AM Thu. Feb. 11, Eric Goodman Read More | Comment »

Austin FC Turns Heads in Draft
Major League Soccer owns a long list of quirks that set it apart from the rest of the footballing world. On the much shorter list of things it actually has in common, you might find “obsession with the word super.”

2:02PM Mon. Jan. 25, Eric Goodman Read More | Comment »

Kekuta Manneh Coming Home to Austin FC
Gambian-born Kekuta Manneh moved to Austin at a young age, went to Lake Travis High, and lived with a host family while he transitioned from there directly to the PDL Austin Aztex and quickly a pro contract. Now he's back in town as Austin FC's latest signing, still only 26 years old, but with seven years of MLS experience under his belt.

5:28PM Fri. Jan. 22, Nick Barbaro Read More | Comment »

Austin FC Signs Center Back Matt Besler and Midfielder Diego Fagundez
Austin FC went into full attack mode on the MLS Free Agency market this week, announcing within 24 hours the signings of two of the biggest available names – center back Matt Besler and midfielder Diego Fagundez.

5:28PM Wed. Jan. 6, Eric Goodman Read More | Comment »

Austin FC Signs Center Back Matt Besler and Midfielder Diego Fagundez
Austin FC Unveils First-Ever Jersey
Wondering what to get your favorite soccer fan for Christmas? Wonder no more: Austin’s first-ever Major League Soccer team, Austin FC, has just dropped its primary jersey ahead of its 2021 inaugural season.

11:40AM Wed. Nov. 18, 2020, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

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Dart Bowl Closes Permanently This Friday
Citing the economic impact of the pandemic-related economic slowdown, the Dart Bowl’s founding family and owners are closing the local favorite down.

12:33PM Wed. Jul. 15, 2020, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Super Bowl LIV Watch Parties in Austin
As the Chiefs and 49ers face off this Sunday, many local businesses are hosting watch parties. Enjoy buffets, live music, or barbecue with friends instead of staying in. Whether you’re just looking for drinks and wings, or actually care about football, Austin has plenty of venues to watch the big game.

3:30PM Fri. Jan. 31, 2020, Lauren Girgis, Sofia Tasich, Neelam Bohra and Clarissa Rodríguez-Abrego Read More | Comment »

Moody Center Groundbreaking Promises the Finest Arena in the NCAA
On Nov. 21, Texas Athletics announced a groundbreaking ceremony for the Moody Center, which will become the new home of Longhorns basketball, music/entertainment events, and various UT commencement ceremonies during the first quarter of 2022. A live performance from Moon Taxi and an abundance of food trucks accompanied yesterday’s celebration.

11:15AM Wed. Dec. 4, 2019, Derek Udensi Read More | Comment »

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