University of Houston College Football | How to Live Happy
I’m posting two short videos today from recent University of Houston College Football games at Robertson Stadium.
In the first game UH quarter back Case Keenum throws five touchdown passes against Rice University to set the Football Bowl Subdivision record for career touchdown tosses, coached by Kevin Sumlin.
In the second game Case Keenum , James Cleveland , Tyron Carrier, Patrick Edwards, Charles Sims, Chaz Rodriguez , Marcus McGraw , Tyrell Graham ,Brandon Brinkley and junior cornerback Jamal Robinson are at it again! Kicking major butt in this college football against SMU.
University of Houston versus SMU College Football November 19, 2011 | How To Live Happy
The Houston Cougars football program is an NCAA Division I FBS football team currently ranked #6 in the nation. The Cougars are commonly referred to as “Coogs” or “UH” pronounced “U of H”. The current successful coach is Kevin Sumlin and the team played its first game in 1946. They play their games in the current stadium Robertson Stadium in Houston. Cougars history include 10 convergence championships and have several members in the College Football Hall of Frame, including a Heisman Trophy winner. The new common chant “Who’s House?” responded with “Coogs House” can be heard from the bleachers.