8:14 AM EDT, Thu October 30, 2014

UH receiver Donald Gage could make debut next month

University of Houston redshirt freshman receiver Donald Gage was recently cleared to resume football activities and could make his debut in the next month, coach Tony Levine said Tuesday. Gage has been recovering from a torn ligament in his knee suffered during the offseason. He practiced for about 30 minutes Sunday as the Cougars attempt […]

Cougars to employ depth of cornerbacks in wake of Jackson’s ejection

With William Jackson forced to sit out the first half, Turon Walker will start at cornerback for the University of Houston in Saturday’s road game against USF, coach Tony Levine said during Monday’s weekly American Athletic Conference coaches’ teleconference. Jackson was ejected in the second half of the Cougars’ Oct. 17 game against Temple. By […]

Former UH soccer players files lawsuit against NCAA

A former University of Houston soccer player filed a lawsuit last week, alleging the NCAA and its schools are violating the wage-and-hour provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Samantha Sackos, who played for the Cougars from 2010-11 through 2013-14, is the plaintiff in the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis. The NCAA […]

UH point guard L.J. Rose out until at least late December

University of Houston point guard L.J. Rose will be out until at least late December with a foot injury, coach Kelvin Sampson said Tuesday. Rose was originally expected to miss three to four months, a timetable that would have put his return at the end of November. The foot injury is similar to the recent […]

UH safety Trevon Stewart not expected to miss any games

University of Houston coach Tony Levine said Monday that free safety Trevon Stewart will continue to be evaluated but is confident he will not miss any games because of a shoulder injury suffered Friday against Temple. Stewart, one of the Cougars’ top defensive players, left the game in the second half. UH is off this […]

UH linebacker named AAC Defensive Player of the Week

Houston linebacker Steven Taylor, who forced a game-changing fumble at the goal line against Temple, was named the American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week on Monday. With the Owls threatening to tie the game at 17 in the third quarter Friday, Taylor knocked the ball loose from quarterback P.J. Walker at the goal […]

Gameday Central: UH hosts Temple in conference play

Coming off a victory over Memphis, the Coogs (3-3) look to make it two in a row as they face the 4-1 Owls in a prime-time matchup at TDECU Stadium.

UH receiver ends career due to lingering injuries

University of Houston senior wide receiver Shane Ros said Thursday he plans to end his playing career due to lingering injuries. Ros, a former walk-on from Cinco Ranch, sat out the 2013 season with a torn ACL. He had his best season in 2012, finishing with career-high 23 receptions for 337 yards and three touchdowns. […]

Gameday Central: UH meets Memphis in conference matchup

The Coogs (2-3) seek their first American Athletic Conference win of the campaign as they take on the Tigers (3-2) in Memphis. Get updates from the game here.

UH switching QBs for Memphis game

Houston head coach Tony Levine announced that the Cougars will turn to Greg Ward Jr. as their starting quarterback for Saturday’s game against Memphis.

Photos: UCF 17, Houston 12

Cougars’ comeback done in by turnover in final minute

Gameday Central: UH hosts UCF in conference opener

The Coogs (2-2) open conference play with a home matchup against the Knights (1-2).