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Robert Newhouse, a standout on the Dallas Cowboys teams of the Tom Landry era, died on July 22 at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., where he had been receiving treatment for heart disease. He was 64. Newhouse suffered a stroke in 2010. Arrangements for a funeral in Dallas are pending.


  As we have admired the exceptional play of the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA playoffs, here’s a question for Dallas Cowboys fans:  Who is Peter Holt?  

I’m a casual basketball fan, so perhaps I’m less knowledgeable than many readers, but my guess is that relatively few outside of San Antonio can identify Peter Holt as the owner of the Spurs.   Breathes there the man or woman who hasn’t heard the name of the Cowboys’ owner, Jerry Jones? Perhaps there’s a lesson here.

It's not 'business as usual' anymore for Lions

Oct 9, 2013
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Sammy Morrone, Assistant Athletic Director for Internal Operations, sat down with the guys today to discuss the numbers side of A&M-Commerce Lions Athletics. He talked about the changes the Lions have gone through, and the good and bad of wearing multiple hats. Also discussed: the MLB playoffs and the Dallas Cowboys.

It's L.I.O.N. Time for A&M-Commerce Athletics

Sep 25, 2013
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This week Joshua Jorgensen stopped by to discuss the newest program in A&M-Commerce Athletics, "L.I.O.N. Time". Also discussed: The Harvey Martin Classic, the Dallas Cowboys and the Locker Room Game of the Week.

Lions face a 'canyon' of a challenge this Saturday

Sep 20, 2013
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The A&M-Commerce Lions face the #4 West Texas A&M Buffaloes this Saturday in Canyon, and for the first time in what seems like forever they actually stand a chance of winning. Taylor and Cooper preview this game, and talk about the playoff chances for the Texas Rangers.

Jones describes rebuilding A&M-Commerce athletics

Sep 18, 2013
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This week on Look at the Lions Dr. Dan Jones, president of Texas A&M University-Commerce discusses the rebuilding process in the A&M-Commerce athletics department, and Taylor Fore discussed his role with athletics and alumni.


As you watch the Cowboys play the Kansas City Chiefs this weekend, think of what might have been – the Dallas Texans might be playing the Kansas City Cowboys.

'Cowboys Chat' with Jesus Flores

Sep 6, 2013
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This week Jesus Flores sat down with Cooper and Jordan to discuss the Dallas Cowboys and their upcoming season opener against the New York Giants.

Lions get Sully on Saturday

Sep 3, 2013
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Ryan Ivey sat down with Taylor and Cooper for this week's "Look at the Lions", and discussed the upcoming football game against Sul Ross State.

'Cowboys Chat' with Jay Novacek

Aug 30, 2013
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This week KETR's Locker Room began a new segment called "Cowboys Chat", in which Jesus Flores -- a Dallas Cowboys writer for Rant Sports -- talks all things Cowboys. This week's segment featured an interview with former Cowboys tight end Jay Novacek.

Lions begin multiple sports next week

Aug 27, 2013

KETR's Locker Room began a new segment today called a "Look at the Lions," a weekly chat with a representative from the A&M-Commerce Athletics Department.

Previewing 2013 Texas college football

Aug 23, 2013
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The 2013 football season is about to start, so today the Locker Room guys previewed each of the FBS schools in Texas, and of course your A&M-Commerce Lions.

Should women be allowed to play in mens' sports?

Aug 20, 2013
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Women are increasingly petitioning for the right to play in male-orientated  sports, whether they form their own league or try to join in with the boys. This is raising a few questions, including whether or not this is safe.

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In this episode Jordan and Cooper talk about the NFL preseason, and then discuss Mark Cuban's comments on the Tonight Show, in which he called Bud Selig and Major League Baseball the mafia.

Mistakes by individuals hurting teams across all sports

Aug 6, 2013
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Riley Cooper made a racial slur, Johnny Manziel allegedly took money for autographs, and Nelson Cruz took PEDs; and now their teams are paying the price. Where will this go next?