Houston's Loss Devastatingly Costly

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Maybe the University of Houston's players and coaches will need a few days to get their minds around all that had been lost. At some point, they'll understand it wasn't just a game.

They seemed more dazed than disappointed. Their voices were flat, their words hollow. Until Saturday, this UH season had been the stuff of dreams. And it all disappeared during a flurry of turnovers, dropped passes and missed tackles.

In a game that could have meant so much to the program, school and long-suffering fans, the Coogs barely showed up. There's no way to measure the true cost of a 49-28 loss to Southern Mississippi in the Read Full Article »

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