VYPE editor Thomas Bingham and Hill Country Indoor sports director Evan Beyer continue their 2019-2020 sports coverage with the 13th Locker Talk Austin/San Antonio episode. The show has VYPE's "From The Bench" interview with San Antonio Christian School football player and Michigan commit Nick Patterson.
The hosts also take a look at the football scene as it transitions from the regular season to the UIL postseason, including the record-breaking shootout between Round Rock Cedar Ridge and Round Rock Westwood. They also mention the area champs from the UIL state cross country meet and participate in their weekly pick 'em.
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HOUSTON - 0-36.
That was Rice volleyball's record against the University of Texas dating back to 1982 heading into Wednesday's showdown inside Tudor Fieldhouse. Coming out of the in-state showdown, the record looked a little different.
The Owls stunned the nation with a 3-2 victory over No. 3 Texas, marking the first win for Rice over Texas in program history in front of a record-breaking 3,012 fans.
"We tried to approach this match like we do many others, just focus on the process and doing our jobs and trusting that we have the talent and experience to go toe-to-toe with Texas," Rice coach Genny Volpe said in a press release. "We believe we can compete at the highest level. Sometimes we forget that. We lost a match over the weekend that hurt our confidence a little bit. But we came out today and remembered who we are and the work we've put in. To me it was a quality win against a quality team and it means that we're taking steps forward as a program."