Play of the Week

The Time Warner Cable SportsChannel Play of the Week promotion recognizes the best plays from our coverage of high school football this fall. We’ll select a winner every week, which will advance to the Play of the Year contest at the end of the regular season.

Harlandale Indians Football Preview

The Harlandale Indians are expected to contend for the District 28 title in Class 5A this year. The Indians are coming off three straight postseason appearances.

Rouse Raiders Football Preview

The offensive line is young as well. All those new faces on offense means it's up to Rouse's experience on defense to lead way. Veterans like Kyle Sanderson and Morgan Vest are expected to bolster the Raiders defensive corps.

Churchill Chargers Football Preview

After three seasons as Churchill’s Defensive Coordinator, Ron Harris now enters the 2015 season as head coach of the Chargers.

Alamo Heights Football Preview

The Alamo Heights Mules have big shoes to fill with the loss of quarterback Dalton Banks. Banks accounted for 39 touchdowns last year for the Mules, 28 of which were through the air. Banks now plays at Cornell.

Leander Lions Football Preview

2014 was a rough one for Leander, finishing winless on the season for the first time in more than a decade. But as former offensive coordinator Tim Smith takes over the program in his first year as a head coach, the Lions look to turn things around this season.

O'Connor Panthers Football Preview

The O’Connor Panthers certainly have one of the most challenging non-district schedules in the San Antonio area. The Panthers face Reagan, Alamo Heights, Steele and Johnson this season. O’Connor defeated Reagan to start the 2014 season.

Madison Mavericks Football Preview

Mark Smith enters his second year as head coach of the Madison Mavericks. The Mavs finished their 2014 campaign at 4-6 overall and 3-3 in district play.

Brandeis Broncos Football Preview

Jeff Fleener takes over the Brandeis Broncos in his hometown of San Antonio for his first head coaching opportunity. Fleener had been the offensive coordinator for Allen since 2006, where he won four state championships.

Vandegrift Vipers Football Preview

The Vipers are coming off a state semi-final run in just their fifth year as a Varsity program and return a plethora of talent in 2015.

Manor Mustangs Football Preview

Sadd Jackson returns to lead Manor for the sixth straight season. His Mustangs went 4-7 last year and made the playoffs, but lost in the first round to Bryan.

Steele Knights Football Preview

Steele is coming off a loss to Katy in overtime in the state semifinals in 2014. Knights Head Coach Scott Lehnhoff says this year’s team could be better than last year’s.

Brackenridge Eagles

The Brackenridge Eagles always contend for the District 28-5A title. The Eagles have lost just four district games in the last three years.

Connally Cougars Football Preview

Jason Cecil came over as the new Connally football coach late in the 2014 off-season. His abbreviated transition period into the program led to some struggles last season and the Cougars going 2-8.

Brennan Bears Football Preview

Last year, Brennan lost to Steele in the second round of the playoffs. This year, the Bears are again favorites to take home the District 27-6A title. Brennan brings back All-State defensive players in LB D.J. Allen and CB De’vontre McGarity.

Stevens Falcons Football Preview

Stevens head coach Darryl Hemphill has quite the tough task ahead of him, as the Falcons only return six starters from last season. Hemphill, though, is excited about this team’s potential.

Johnson Jaguars Football Preview

The Johnson Jaguars followed up a 2013 semifinals appearance with a loss in the second round of the 2014 playoffs.

McCallum Knights Football Preview

The McCallum Knights prepare to enter year two under head coach Charles Taylor intent upon reaching the playoffs once again and claiming another District 26-5A crown.

Westlake Chaparrals Football Preview

The Chaps went 7-4 last season in District 14-6A. They will open this year Aug. 28 against Dodge’s former school, Southlake Carroll.

Wimberly Texans Football Preview

The Texans are coming off a third round loss in the state playoffs, but return to the field with a lot of question marks on offense.

San Antonio Christian Preview

Coming over late in the off-season, San Antonio Christian didn't have a lot of time to adjust to new head coach Denny Peel last season. Still the Lions managed to make the playoffs but lost in the first round and finished 5-6.

Somerset Bulldogs Football Preview

Sonny Detmer has coached some great quarterbacks in his day, such as son's Koy and Ty Detmer. This season he may be coaching a guy with more talent than those two former NFL QB's, as his grandson Zadock Dinkelmann will be the Bulldogs starter under center.

Liberty Hill Panthers Preview

Very few programs in the Austin area have the recent and sustained success of Liberty Hill. The Panthers are coming off a 12-win season in 2014 in which they reached the 4A state semifinals.

Hays Rebels Football Preview

The Hays Rebels opened practice Monday, hoping to improve on an uncharacteristically difficult 2014 season that saw them finish 4-6 and miss the playoffs for the first time in 20 seasons.

Antonian Prep Football Preview

Antonian Prep will open this season Aug. 28 at Jefferson, a team the Apaches beat 41-17 last year.

Bowie Bulldogs Football Preview

The Bowie Bulldogs have to replace 41 graduated seniors from last year’s 9-3 playoff team that lost just one game in district play. Entering his 14th season as head coach, Jeff Ables is confident he has the players to make another playoff run.

Boerne Greyhounds Football Preview

Will McClure will replace Dormady at quarterback this year for the Greyhounds. Boerne was undefeated last season at home, going 5-0, and opens this year on the home turf against Hondo.

Austin Maroons Football Preview

The Maroons went 6-5 in 2014, claiming the final playoff spot out of District 14-6A. This year begins Aug. 28 at home against McNeil.

La Vernia Football Preview

Brandon Layne is inheriting a good situation at La Vernia. The new head coach of the Bears takes over a program that went 10-2 in 2014 and has lost just four games total the last two years.

Taylor Ducks Football Preview

Despite going just 2-9 last season, the Taylor Ducks still made the playoffs because both of their wins were in district. Gone is the majority of their offensive line, but they return most of their skill guys.

Judson Rockets Football Preview

In his first year as head coach, Sean McAuliffe took Judson to the state semifinals before falling to Cy Ranch. It marked a state record 38th straight winning season for the Rockets.

Conversations: Mel Renfro

Brian Sandler interviews Dallas Cowboys legend and Pro Football Hall of Famer Mel Renfro, who helped the Cowboys win two Super Bowls and made the Pro Bowl in each of his first 10 seasons.

All-Access: Pigskin Pioneer

Dr. Jen Welter made history in July when the Arizona Cardinals hired her as an intern Training Camp coach, making her the first female coach to reach the NFL. It was actually her third historic achievement in the past two years with the previous two coming as a member of the Texas Revolution indoor football team. Brian Sandler details the journey that put her in position to go where no woman had gone before.

Conversations: Walt Garrison

Brian Sandler interviews former Dallas Cowboys standout Walt Garrison, a Super Bowl champion, member of the Cowboys' 25th Anniversary Team and an inductee in both the Texas Sports Hall of Fame and the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame.

All-Access: First Tee of Greater Austin

The First Tee of Greater Austin is a youth development organization dedicated to building character, instilling life-enhancing values and promoting healthy choices all through the game of golf.

All-Access: Ashley Wallace T4K

Ashley Wallace wanted to do something big in the fight against cancer and it led her on a 4,000 mile ride across the country.

All-Access: Wheelchair Motocross

Wheelchair motocross is a growing extreme sport. Our Brian Sandler tells us about it.

All-Access: From Pigskin to Pit Stops

Arlington native Boone Stutz made it to the top level of football, playing two seasons in the NFL. Now he’s enjoying the top level of a different sport, serving as the jack/gas man in Danica Patrick’s pit crew.

All-Access: What is Equestrian?

Equestrian is a global sport with Olympic status, but many people don't know much about it. Brian Sandler spent some time with the SMU equestrian team--one of only 22 college programs in the United States--to learn how it works and what makes it unique from every other sport.

All-Access: Sidekicks Dance Team

The Dallas Sidekicks feature plenty of action on the field and plenty more just off it thanks to their Dance Team. As our Brian Sandler reports, the dancers put just as much work into their performances as the players.

TX – All-Access: Jet Baseball

Bart Bratcher has been teaching the game of baseball for over 30 years and on two continents. Coach Bratcher believes baseball is more than just balls and strikes.

Conversations: Wade Phillips

Brian Sandler interviews the longtime NFL coach about his life and career, including working for his legendary father with the Oilers and his head coaching stints with the Cowboys and Texans.

Conversations: Jamaal Charles

Brian Sandler sits down with former UT Longhorn and current Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles to discuss his life and career.

Conversations: Bradley, Cashion and Hart

Brian Sandler interviews a trio of Texas Sports Hall of Famers: Former UT and NFL standout Bill Bradley, former NFL referee Red Cashion, and legendary Baylor track and field coach Clyde Hart.