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UTSA Ends Tigers’ Win Streak at the Liberty Bowl

Frank Murtaugh

Let’s go ahead and say it. There was too much Sincerity at the Liberty Bowl Saturday afternoon. UTSA’s junior tailback, Sincere McCormick, carried the football 42 times for 184 yards and three touchdowns to help the Roadrunners upset the Memphis Tigers and end the home team’s 17-game winning streak at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. When […]

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UTSA Ends Tigers’ Win Streak at the Liberty Bowl

Let’s go ahead and say it. There was too much Sincerity at the Liberty Bowl Saturday afternoon. UTSA’s junior tailback, Sincere McCormick, carried the football 42 times for 184 yards and three touchdowns to help the Roadrunners upset the Memphis Tigers and end the home team’s 17-game winning streak at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. When […]

Gonerfest 18: Friday

New voices and old favorites revitalized the Memphis rock festival.

Jay Farrar Brings Son Volt — and Hope — to Lafayette’s

Jay Farrar will bring Son Volt’s unique blend of folk, country, blues, soul, and rock to Lafayette’s Music Room on Monday, September 26.

Gonerfest 18: Thursday

Weird, yet reassuringly familiar, from Alicja Pop to Quintron and Miss Pussycat.