Ex-cheerleader has her own unique way of picking a Super Bowl champion
You can have your Vegas lines, your computer simulation, your comparison statistics, your hunches, your good luck charms.
But, when it comes to predicting the outcome of the world’s largest sporting event, the former cheerleader I share a space with has her own unique way of tabbing the winner.
Are you ready?
It’s by color scheme. Full Story
Brinkley set to sign up for West Texas
Tigers’ all-time leading passer will become a Buffalo Feb. 6
In the past decade, West Texas A&M has been one of the most consistent programs in the country.
When national signing day swings around next Wednesday, record-setting Tiger quarterback Ethan Brinkley will sign on the dotted line to join in on the success. Full Story
Baylor offers Tiger tackle full ride
Baylor has offered Rockdale lineman Josh Pelzel a scholarship to play for the Bears, according to Rockda le Coach Jeff Miller.
Pelzel is just a junior and has one more year of eligibility remaining.
The 6-foot— 6, 324-pound two-way lineman has already been offered a scholarship to Rice. Full Story
Lady Tigers move closer to post-season
Win at Caldwell Friday would clinch first playoff berth since 2005
The Rockdale Lady Tigers are not particularly adept at shooting free throws or closing out games.
Tuesday night, they showed a new found penchant for both as they ran past College Station 44-28 at Tiger Gym to move one step closer to its first playoff appearance since 2005. Full Story
Tigers still breathing after trimming College Station
Cagers rally late and make defensive stand
Rockdale and College Station have faced off against each other four times this season.
The Tigers finally got the better of the Cougars Tuesday night and it couldn’t have come at a more convenient time.
Clinging to thin playof f hopes, Rockdale trimmed familiar foe College Station 53-52 at Tiger Gymnasium as the second round of league play tips off. Full Story
ON LIKE DONKEY KONG, JACK
Rockdale football standout Austin Caffey (he’s the one on the right) poses with Duck Dynasty star Uncle Si Robertson (and his ever-present glass of tea). Full Story
No. 13 Milano rebounds
Eagles recover from loss to rival Mumford
SNOOK—No. 13 ranked Milano began the second round of District 25A pla on the road at Snook on Tuesday night with a convincing 61-36 victory.
When the two teams met earlier in the year, the Eagles (18-5, 5-1) sneaked out a 59-51 win over the Blue Jays.
Snook charged out to a 10-3 lead early in the first quarter, but Milano finally started firing on all cylinders. Full Story
Bulldogs suffer first district loss to Thrall
Poor shooting dooms No. 10 Thorndale, stops 7-game streak
Thorndale suffered its first District 27A loss Tuesday night on the road 50-43.
The No. 10 Bulldogs slip to 14-5 overall and 5-1 in league play.
Thorndale shot just 31 percent from the f loor against Thrall (12-13, 4-2) and were three-of-15 from behind the arc. Full Story
Alumni baseball games first pitch on Feb. 16
After a one year hiatus due to bad weather last year, the 5th Annual Tiger Baseball Alumni Scrimmage is back.
This year’s scrimmage will be held on February 16 and will follow the usual format. Full Story
Lady Dogs claim playoff berth for 11th consecutive season
Milano eliminated from playoff contention
THRALL—No. 24 Throndale Lady Dogs took care of district rival Thrall on the road Tuesday night, clinching a playoff spot for the 11th consecutive season.
The Lady Dogs are on an eight game wining streak with the 58-37 victory.
The Tigerettes tried to keep things interesting, trailing Thorndale just 25-21 at halftime. Full Story
Rockdale 53, College
COLLEGE STATION (20-10, 3-3)—
ROCKDALE (10-14, 2-4)—Loth 14, Mitchell 14, Trejo 10, Ford 5, Brooks 4, Dean 4, Ibarres 2. College Station19 10 12 11—52 Rockdale 14 8 14 17—53
JV: College Station 59-30—Gerren 6, Whitsel 10. FROSH: College Station 52-28—Trevino 9, Lara 6. Full Story
WHERE THEY PLAY
TIGER BASKETBALL Friday—Caldwell, F-JV-V,5:15-6:30-8 Tuesday—Madisonville, F-JV-V, 5:15-6:30-8 LADY TIGER BASKETBALL Friday—at Caldwell, JV-V, 5:15-6:30 Tuesday—Madisonville, JV-V, 5:15-6:30 TIGER GOLF Friday-Saturday—at Navasota, Pecan Lakes Monday—at Sealy TIGER TENNIS Friday—at Pflugerville Full Story