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  1. Key Texas Rangers reliever on pitching through soreness: 'It taught me how far I can push my body'Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2015 | Dallas Morning News

    Keone Kela said Tuesday that he's got a better sense of how far he can push his arm and what "type of pitcher, what type of man," he can be for the Rangers during the postseason. Keone Kela only faced one batter and threw eight pitches on Saturday on what has been a sore elbow, but said the experience allowed him to better gauge his ability for the playoffs.


  2. Key Texas DT target Jordan Elliott can't stop tweeting about the HornsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2015 | Burnt Orange Nation

    Dismal recruiting at the defensive tackle position since 2012 has the Texas Longhorns in desperate need of a game-changing presence next to or replacing junior Hassan Ridgeway in 2016, so the recent Twitter activity of key target Jordan Elliott is one of the most positive narratives going in Longhorns recruiting efforts: With two commitments and subsequent decommitments already in 2015, it's not surprising that the Houston Westside product isn't officially a member of the Texas class at this point -- it simply makes too much sense for him to continue taking his time and make a commitment instead of a reservation. That's how head coach Charlie Strong likes to operate and Elliott clearly concurs at this point.


  3. Key Texas CB target Eric Cuffee sets OVRead the original story

    Aug 27, 2015 | Burnt Orange Nation

    The Horns will get the Waco High product on campus once again after numurous visits throughout the spring. He's probably the most important cornerback target in state, with Baylor and TCU also thought to be serious contenders.


  4. Key Texas lawmaker seeks to overhaul FedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2015 | Washington Examiner

    Brady, a Republican who represents a Houston-area district, would be one of the key lawmakers in an effort to reshape the central bank in the House. He is the top House member on the Joint Economic Committee, and in that role has developed a number of possibilities for overhauling the way that the Fed controls the money supply and affects the cost of credit in the U.S. The possibility of change coming to the Fed is as realistic now as it has been in years, with the Senate Banking Committee having passed a banking reform package that would make several changes to the operations of the central bank.