High School Football Grants Across Houston | More than a Game
Reliant, the Texans and the Houston Touchdown Club are teaming up to give $25,000 in grant assistance to Greater Houston area high school football programs. Each school will receive a grant that is worth $3,500. The grant will consist of PPE, Footballs, Athletic Training Supplies, and additional funs for the other needs of each respective program. Video Courtesy of the Houston Texans. Subscribe to VYPE on YouTube for more video content!
Houston Touchdown Club to host Tom Herman of University of Texas; Matt Wells of Texas Tech University
The quarantine is still in place, but University of Texas head football coach Tom Herman is here to talk football. Tom will speak in a Touchdown Club of Houston virtual event about the upcoming college football season and about UT. WHAT: Virtual Longhorn LuncheonWHEN: noon, Thurs., July 23, 2020COST: FreeWHERE: Zoom put name and email in this link to register:https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_WFyyU8bmRSeayAK68a15XwQUESTIONS: Call Neal Farmer at 713-849-9860, or email email@example.comWEBSITE: touchdownclub.orgThere's the winds of change and the winds of Lubbock, and Texas Tech coach Matt Wells is available to discuss both with the Touchdown Club of Houston. Matt will speak in a Zoom webinar about the upcoming college football season and about Tech. WHAT: Red Raider Round-up DinnerWHEN: 7 p.m., Mon., July 27, 2020COST: FreeWHERE: Zoom link -- https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_S0ZSwen5Rampp1uhaU2_VgQUESTIONS: Call Neal Farmer at 713-849-9860, or email firstname.lastname@example.orgWEBSITE: touchdownclub.org
Aggies head coach Kevin Sumlin at Houston Touchdown Club
HOUSTON – Texas A&M Aggies head ooach Kevin Sumlin was in Houston on Thursday to visit with supporters at the Houston Touchdown Club. Sumlin met with the media and answered questions from the crowd at the annual luncheon. As expected, Sumlin mentioned the race for a starting quarterback is still ongoing as they move through the summer and approach fall camp. Sumlin acknowledged there was serious discussion about turning to Nick Starkel last season when starter Trevor Knight was injured and newcomer Kellen Mond is on the top recruits in the country. Sumlin also thinks the defense has plenty on board to recover from and replace what they lost with elite pass rushers Myles Garrett and Daeshon Hall.