Improve the Experience with Your Neighbors

Improve the Experience with Your Neighbors

When living in the apartment building it is quite possible that there are neighbors living close to you. They can’t just share your walls but they can even share your floor and ceiling as well. They can be of great help, for example, by checking the mail when you are away and possibilities are that they can become friends with you as well. However, when you face difficulties with your neighbors in frisco apartments, your experience with them can become quite unpleasant. Continue reading →

Visiting Frisco Texas

Visiting Frisco Texas

Going on trips is fun for the family or even if you plan on taking a trip by yourself. One place that many people like to visit is Frisco, Texas. This fun and exciting city is home to many museums and fun activities for one to visit. This article will name just a few places that you can go to, while you visit Frisco.

The first place that you can visit is the Museum of the American Railroad. This entertaining place is filled with American history. You will find old steam, passenger, and diesel railroad equipment here. You will also be allowed to actually walk through the most of the equipment as well.

Another place that is very popular in Frisco, is the National Video Game Museum. This is a hot spot for everyone who loves gaming and wants to know the history of how everything started. You can actually play the video games at the location. The museum is arcade style and features many of the classic video game consoles and games. The building is 10, 000 square feet, so be prepared for a long day playing video games if you bring your kids.

The Frisco Heritage Museum is another place that you should think of visiting while you are in the city. This place is a museum containing early 20th-century building that you can look inside. It is basically a small town that is still set in the early 20th century.

Visiting Frisco Texas will be a fun experience for you and your family. Be sure to check out the places listed above if you are looking to enjoy yourself and try something new. They will truly be a blast for your family. If you want to check out other places a simple search on Google will also give you more places to add to your itinerary.

Rangers strike out on Shohei, Wade Park project stalls, wild Texas weather: Your Friday evening roundup

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Shohei Ohtani pitches against South Korea in a 2015 Premier12 world baseball tournament semifinal at the Tokyo Domeo. The Japanese star announced Friday that he will join Major League Baseball’s Los Angeles Angels next season.
Japanese star Shohei Ohtani spurns Rangers in favor of joining Angels

The bad news for the Rangers: They will not get Shohei Ohtani.

The worse news: They will be facing him regularly over the next six years.

Ohtani on Friday announced his decision to sign a contract with the Rangers’ AL West rivals, the Los Angeles Angels. The Angels will pay a $20 million transfer fee to the Nippon Ham Fighters. Ohtani is expected to receive the major league minimum salary of $545,000 and signing bonus of up to $2.3 million.

The decision to sign with the Angels will pair Ohtani up with game’s best player, Mike Trout, for the foreseeable future. It also places him in the Los Angeles market, the second-largest market in the United States.

Cowboys: Jerry Jones shared his thoughts Friday on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s new contract extension.

This rendering shows developers’ vision for the Wade Park mixed-use project at the southeast corner of the Dallas North Tollway and Lebanon Road in Frisco. Three years after ground was broken, two unfinished retail buildings and a hole in the ground is all there is to show for the ambitious deal. (Thomas Land & Development)
Frisco’s $2 billion Wade Park project facing legal woes for millions in unpaid bills

A big chunk of Frisco’s famous $5 billion mile has hit a bump in the road.

It’s been more than three years since ground was broken for the $2 billion Wade Park project on the Dallas North Tollway. Work recently stopped altogether, with two uncompleted retail buildings — along with a huge hole in the ground — being all there is to show for the ambitious deal.

The 175-acre complex at the southeast corner of the tollway and Lebanon Road is the largest of several big mixed-use developments in the works along that stretch. Wade Park has also been the slowest of these Frisco developments to get going.

Companies that have filed claims against the project say they are still seeking unpaid debts.

"We’ve done everything we could to help them get over the hump but haven’t been able to resolve this," said Wade Andres with Andres Construction Co.

And: Medicaid paid $5.5 million to cover health care services for dead Texans.

Also: Plano-based Pizza Hut is testing beer and wine delivery, but not here yet.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who has been under indictment for securities fraud since 2015, speaks during the 2016 Texas Republican Convention at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas.
Upcoming court ruling could derail — or at least delay — prosecution of Texas AG Ken Paxton

It’s been 2 1/2 years since Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was indicted, and there’s no end in sight for the case.

Since he was charged with securities fraud in July 2015, Collin County taxpayers have shelled out $604,343.27 in costs related to Paxton’s legal woes. Less than half that has gone to pay for the prosecution itself.

Nearly $350,000 has been spent to fund multiple investigations into Paxton’s past, defend the county against a handful of lawsuits filed by the attorney general’s political allies and challenge the prosecution’s cost.

And: Federal authorities say two men spun tale of Illuminati to scam a rural cabinet maker out of $1 million.

Also: Cops’ colleagues criticize "baseless charges" in death of man who called 911 for help.

(The Associated Press/Eric Gay)
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Santa, snow and … the Alamo? Frigid temperatures behind a cold front combined with moisture off the Gulf of Mexico yielded a rare snowfall in many parts of south Texas late Thursday, and Eldon Hanson of San Antonio celebrated the rare white sight in the season’s finest style. See more snowy scenes from news photographers and from South Texans’ social media accounts.

Around the site

Traffic fatalities: An adult and two children died in a crash that shut down Highway 75 Friday afternoon in Plano.

Off-beat news: The Kaufman cop who assisted rather than arrest a hungry Wal-Mart shoplifter has been removed from duty.

Past transgressions: Dallas City Hall removed a Park Board member after old felony convictions surfaced.

Good fences … A court has ordered a chain link barrier to solve a fight between a gun range and its neighbors.

Ricky Stacey, of the Cloud 9 eSports team, competes against the Mindfreak eSports team during the Call of Duty World League eSports tournament in March at the Fort Worth Convention Center.
Finally,

OK, so the Dallas Cowboys aren’t having the best year. The Stars could be doing better. The Mavericks, uh… Let’s not talk about the Mavericks.

So if you’re looking for a new sport to turn your attention to, you should know that this season’s professional Call of Duty competition is kicking off at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center this weekend, Dec. 8-10. (Last year, the "Dallas" World League stop actually happened in Fort Worth.)

Teams from around the world will be competing for a prize pool of $200,000. They’ll be playing the latest game in the franchise, Call of Duty: WWII, which, as you might have guessed, takes series back to its original World War II setting.

And that prize pool? That’s just for this Dallas event. The overall prize pool for the whole shebang is $4.2 million, culminating in a finals match that will take place in the summer of 2018.

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IHG Brings First Boutique Hotel to Frisco

IHG Brings First Boutique Hotel to Frisco

IHG opened the first boutique hotel in Frisco, Texas, last month, with the Hotel INDIGO Frisco. The Hotel INDIGO brand features unique properties reflecting the destination. The Frisco property celebrates the area’s roots in agriculture and the railroad industry, with history-inspired decor and distinctive accents.

The hotel is located near Frisco’s walking and biking trails, as well as several water features and one of the famous Frisco bridges. Additionally, it is across the street from the Frisco Convention Center and Dr. Pepper Arena.

“In bringing this boutique hotel to Frisco, our mission was to create a once-in-a-lifetime experience for all of our guests. We celebrate the stories, people and neighborhood that makes us who we are. We truly feel that our hotel guests are part of our neighborhood and contribute to our story and our community,” said Brian Harris, general manager, Hotel INDIGO Frisco.

With 110 guestrooms, the property offers amenities such as meeting space, on-site parking, dining and a bar and lounge. The property is also pet-friendly.

“The inclusion of the Hotel INDIGO Frisco is a wonderful tribute to the generations who contributed to the history and heritage of Frisco,” said Jeremy Day, vice president of hotel and golf operations, KPartners Hotel Management, which partnered with Hotel INDIGO Frisco. “We are grateful to be included with the other Hotel INDIGO’s across our brand that similarly represent and respect America’s history while dynamically meeting the needs of today’s explorative travelers and local communities.”

There are currently 64 IHG Hotel INDIGO properties around the world, with 61 additional hotels set to open by 2022.

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Frisco Bowl 2017: Date, time, location, TV channel for Louisiana Tech-SMU

Frisco Bowl 2017: Date, time, location, TV channel for Louisiana Tech-SMU

The 2017 Frisco Bowl will be played on Dec. 20, 2017 at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas, between Louisiana Tech and SMU.

The game will be the inaugural game for the Frisco Bowl, which will feature a matchup of a team from the American Athletic Conference and a team from either the Mid-American Conference, the Sun Belt Conference or Conference USA. Independent BYU is also tied to this bowl game and could face off against the AAC team, according to the bowl’s website. Prior to becoming the Frisco Bowl, it was the Miami Beach Bowl from 2014-16 and was played at Marlins Park in Miami, Fla.

Find the date, time and location for the 2017 DXL Frisco Bowl below.

Frisco Bowl 2017 date, time for Louisiana Tech-SMU

The 2017 Frisco Bowl will be played on Wednesday, Dec. 20 at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT on ESPN.

Time: 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT

Channel: ESPN

Frisco Bowl 2017 location

The 2017 Frisco Bowl will be played at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.

Location: Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.

Frisco Bowl History

The Frisco Bowl will be played for the first time ever on Dec. 20.

The newly created bowl game is owned and operated by ESPN Events, which is in partnership with FC Dallas to host the game and its other events through 2019, and is affiliated with the AAC. The bowl is officially called the DXL Frisco Bowl. DXL is a men’s apparel store that sells XL men’s underwear, shoes, etc.

Toyota Stadium has a football capacity of 20,500, and is the home of DF Dallas of Major League Soccer. The stadium is also the host to the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision Championship Game since 2010.

Prior to becoming the Frisco Bowl, it was the Miami Beach Bowl from 2014-16, and was created and owned by the AAC. The Miami Beach Bowl featured a matchup of a team from the AAC against a team from either Conference USA, the MAC or the Sun Belt Conference. It was played at Marlins Park in Miami, Fla.

The first Miami Beach Bowl came on Dec. 22, 2014, and it saw Memphis and BYU face off. In the end, Memphis prevailed with a 55-48 victory in double overtime. The two teams traded blows on the field throughout the entire game, and when the game ended, the teams traded blows with one another. Following the game’s final play, a bench-clearing brawl took place on the field.

Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch took home the MVP for the game, as he completed 24 of his 46 passing attempts for 306 yards and 4 touchdowns, despite throwing 3 interceptions. In addition, Lynch rushed for 3 touchdowns, giving him 7 total scores for the game.

The second Miami Beach Bowl came on Dec. 21, 2015, and featured a matchup of Western Kentucky vs. South Florida. Western Kentucky came out on top in the game, 45-35, and Western Kentucky quarterback Brandon Doughty was awarded the MVP of the bowl game. Although he threw 2 interceptions in the win, Doughty completed 32 of his 44 passes for 461 yards and 3 touchdowns.

The third and final Miami Beach Bowl came last year on Dec. 19, 2016. Tulsa and Central Michigan took the field in the game, which ended in blowout fashion. Tulsa took the game, 55-10, and its quarterback Dane Evans won the game’s MVP award. Evans completed 28 of his 38 passes for 304 yards and 5 touchdowns en route to the convincing win.

In the Miami Beach Bowl’s three-year history, the AAC went 2-1, while Conference USA went 1-0. The MAC and independent teams both went 0-1 in the game.

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Judge won’t block 2012 footage of Randy Travis’ naked DUI arrest near Dallas, set for release Friday

Judge won’t block 2012 footage of Randy Travis’ naked DUI arrest near Dallas, set for release Friday

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U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks denied the country singer’s request for an injunction on Thursday. The state of Texas plans to release the video, edited to exclude images of Travis’ naked body below the waist, on Friday.

Travis sued the Texas DPS and attorney general’s office in September; a state appeals court ruled last year that the footage should be released.

Marty Cirkiel, Travis’ attorney, said he planned to ask the judge to stay his order and will appeal the ruling.

"This case is about the rights of all Americans to have their most personal moments that happen to be videotaped, occurring after a concussion or a physical injury or a mental health breakdown, remain private where they should be," Cirkiel said.

Travis, 58, was arrested shortly before midnight on Aug. 7, 2012, following a one-vehicle crash just outside Tioga, about 60 miles north of Dallas.

A witness called 911, reporting that a naked man was lying in the street.

Travis, who state troopers said smelled strongly of alcohol, refused to take a breath test. A blood sample taken later shows his blood alcohol content was 0.15 percent — almost twice the legal limit to drive.

Barefoot and wearing provided clothes, Randy Travis exits the Grayson County jail with Sherman attorney Gary Corley, who lent Travis his hat.

After the arrest, various media outlets requested dash-cam footage of the incident. Greg Abbott, then Texas’ attorney general, said the video should be made public — but edited to exclude footage of Travis’ naked body below the waist.

Travis’ federal lawsuit said the singer got in his car drunk and naked because he was "discombobulated after an extensive concert touring schedule" and that he suffered a concussion in the crash that "significantly affected his mental faculties."

His lawyer argued that the video should be considered private under privacy regulations for health records.

But in denying the injunction, Sparks ruled that it was unlikely Travis’ lawsuit would succeed on its claims.

Travis was charged with retaliation after he reportedly threatened to shoot and kill the troopers responding to the wreck, but that charge was dropped in a plea deal.

Travis was sentenced to two years of probation and ordered to report to an alcohol treatment facility.

Travis, who lives in the small town of Tioga, had a widely publicized series of run-ins with authorities the same year as the wreck.

In February 2012, he was charged with public intoxication while sitting in his car in a church parking lot in Sanger. He later apologized to his fans "for what resulted following an evening of celebrating the Super Bowl" and pleaded no contest to a lesser charge.

Earlier on the night of his DUI arrest, Travis — who was already naked at that point — walked into a convenience store in Pilot Point and tried to buy cigarettes.

Later that August, he was accused of assaulting the estranged husband of a woman he was dating in the parking lot of Plano’s Prestonwood Baptist Church.

Several days later, his truck was found abandoned on its side in a Frisco field, but his lawyer said he hadn’t been driving it.

In 2013, Travis suffered a stroke and had brain surgery. Since then, he has had limited ability to speak and has difficulty walking.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Boutique real estate firm plans big Lone Star state expansion with Frisco foothold

Boutique real estate firm plans big Lone Star state expansion with Frisco foothold

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The Associates has recently opened its more than 5,000-square-foot office in The Star in Frisco, as it adds to its team. Recently, Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney and his real estate team joined the group.

In just a few weeks, Robert Elliott’s boutique real estate firm The Associates has bolstered its new Frisco office, bringing a real estate group led by Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney to its northern operations center at The Star in Frisco.

This office is the second location for The Associates, a Dallas-based residential real estate firm, with its corporate office on Travis Street in the city’s Knox-Henderson neighborhood. But this won’t be the last operational base for The Associates in the Lone Star state.

In the next few years, Elliott and his team plan on opening about 10 offices in Texas, including additional Dallas-Fort Worth locations and others in major metros, such as Austin.

"We want to be in major Texas markets and in multiple locations in those markets," Elliott told the Dallas Business Journal."Clearly, we are on a growth path that we expect to continue over the next several years. We are pretty excited."

The Associates has added The Cheney Group, led by the Frisco mayor, to its growing team. Since the group’s inception in 2003, Cheney and his team have racked up nearly $900 million of sales in North Texas.

"They are well entrenched in the community and they know what people are looking for and how to help people in Frisco," Elliott said.

With the new partnership, Cheney has been tasked with helping expand the office in Frisco, which is one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. And there’s a lot of potential for more growth.

"This is a very dynamic city, with pretty much every real estate brand having a presence in the Frisco market," Cheney, who moved his group from a Keller Williams Realty franchise to join The Associates, told the DBJ.

"Frisco is just over 60 percent built out, and there’s still a lot of growth left in the community as we try to attract major corporate relocations," he added. "I think Frisco will continue to be a fast-growing city in the next decade."

The expansion of The Associates from the Park Cities area to Frisco is tied, in part, to the growing number of developments its affiliate Robert Elliott Custom Homes has gotten underway this real estate cycle. In Frisco, the custom home builder recently started a $100 million luxury condo project within 100 yards of The Westin Stonebriar Hotel & Golf Club.

Now, The Associates has opened a new office within a mile or two of the project in a roughly 5,000-square-foot office at One Cowboys Way at The Star in Frisco, the same address as the Dallas Cowboys’ world headquarters.

The new office has a coworking style, with an open design featuring a huge kitchen island with high-top seating, a seating area resembling a coffee shop and huddle and conference rooms.

Frisco was one of the North Texas cities to submit a bid for Amazon.com’s proposed HQ2 campus. Cheney said the city put together a bid to include at least six development sites along the Dallas North Tollway.

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Stonebriar Centre Frisco: Black Friday Hours

Stonebriar Centre Frisco: Black Friday Hours

FRISCO, TX — With Christmas just around the corner, shoppers in Frisco will take to the malls Friday to hunt for the best bargains around. Stonebriar Centre, a popular destination for holiday shopping, is no exception.

The mall will be open from 6:00 p.m. until midnight on Thanksgiving day. It will close its doors, but reopen shortly after for Black Friday. The mall will be open to shoppers from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Black Friday.

While you’re busy planning your Black Friday shopping spree, check out these deals:

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When it comes to the size of its high schools, Frisco ISD thinks small

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In Frisco ISD, size matters. For more than two decades, the district has followed a small-school model for its high schools. Rather than one mega campus, like neighboring Allen ISD, educators decided to limit the size and build more of them.

But with tens of thousands of new residents, its 10th high school set to open in the fall and more growth on the way, district leaders decided it was time for a review of that practice.

"Formally we hadn’t engaged our community since the early 1990s on this topic," said Todd Fouche, deputy superintendent for business services. "Are we doing what the community still wants?"

The district formed a long-range planning committee made up of residents at the beginning of the school year. Nearly 300 people applied. The district chose 50 of them to serve three-year terms. Similar discussions are happening with the district’s faculty council, which includes representatives from each campus and members of the district’s instructional support teams.

The goal is to gather information to help guide major decisions as the district of more than 58,461 students continues to grow. Efforts so far will be presented at the Frisco school board’s next meeting on Dec. 11.

A big component of that report will be the results of a recent online survey that found overwhelming support for the district’s smaller-school model. Currently, the district’s high schools have a capacity of about 2,100 students.

In the survey, 22 percent of the 4,181 respondents said the model was the reason they moved into the district. A total of 80 percent of respondents said the model played at least some role in their decision to locate in Frisco ISD.

The survey has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.2 percentage points.

Limited options

With 10 high schools already built, the district has limited options moving forward. It can’t scrap the existing campuses for smaller high schools. And several schools don’t have the available land to expand and become larger campuses.

Its high schools are currently classified under UIL rules for competition in 5A, which caps enrollment at 2,149 students. Frisco ISD could continue building at that size with the remaining campuses. It could make its 11th high school — which still must be designed — large enough to accommodate about 4,500 students. It could also reconfigure its schools like Plano ISD with high school campuses for ninth- and 10th-graders and separate senior high campuses for 11th- and 12th-graders.

According to survey respondents, the biggest advantage to sticking with the current campus size is the feeling that students are more connected to their school and their peer group.

Having more high schools also increases participation in extracurricular activities. Instead of just one starting varsity quarterback, Frisco ISD will have 10 next year. The same goes for other activities, from theater to marching band to student council.

More high schools also means that rezoning to balance enrollment is an annual event that triggers angst among some families whose students have to switch schools. Larger schools don’t have to deal with rezoning because everybody goes to the same school.

‘Priority No. 1’

The operating costs for the smaller high schools are about 3 percent to 5 percent more when compared with mega campuses, according to estimates from Kimberly Pickens, the district’s chief financial officer. The bigger difference comes with capital costs.

The district has $100 million approved from the last bond election to build high school No. 11 at the 2,100-student size. If the district decides to go with a larger 4,500-student campus, $60 million more will be needed, Pickens said.

"This high school thing is really priority No. 1 for us to get information on," Pickens said.

Phil Lohec volunteers on the district’s long-range planning committee. Two of his kids have already graduated, and a third is still in high school. He said he moved to Frisco ISD 15 years ago because of the smaller high school size and hopes to see that concept continued.

"It’s the biggest way that we can separate Frisco from other communities across D-FW," he said.

Fellow committee member Megan Holland has two children who will enroll in Frisco ISD when they get older. She also has a background in education and previously taught high school in Louisiana.

She also favors Frisco ISD’s current model. Having a larger high school doesn’t change class sizes, she said. But it does become more apparent in shared spaces, like hallways, the cafeteria and the gyms, which can become crowded, she said.

The smaller-school model also encourages more students to participate in extracurricular activities and connect with groups outside of class, she said.

"Students need to feel like they’re a part of something bigger than just themselves," she said.

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Texas High’s season ends in round one of the UIL Playoffs

Texas High’s season ends in round one of the UIL Playoffs

FRISCO, TX — A 21-point halftime deficit was cut to seven at multiple points, but the Texas High Tigers couldn’t make it closer than that as they fall to Highland Park in Frisco as their season comes to an end in the first round.

"We said there’s two kinds of teams in the playoffs, ones that don’t want to lose and the ones that want to go home and we showed that we wanted to be a team that didn’t want to lose and wanted to keep fighting to the bitter end. I don’t think it’s a loss. I think we kept fighting and we just came up short and ran out of time. Kids battled all night long and just couldn’t be more pleased with the effort they gave in this game tonight," said head coach Gerry Stanford.

"We fought pretty hard we just in the beginning we made a couple of mistakes, but we adjusted, but they made the last better play than us," added star wideout Tevailance Hunt.

There were trying circumstances to start the season for the Texas High Tigers, but this group of seniors banded together and put together a lot of memories, "Just, the most thing we did was we came together as a team throughout the season. We been through a lot and we handled a lot and I’m going to miss playing with them. It’s just great playing with them," explained Hunt.

With his first season as the Tiger head coach now in the books, Stanford is proud of what his team has accomplished, "Yeah what a way to go out. Just a true class and I told them before the game I don’t know if there’s been a team that’s been through more adversity than what they’ve been through all year long and just to pull together and pull through and to keep fighting even in adverse situations today, when they could have easily laid it down. There’s no quit in this team."

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Week 11 bowl projections: Are the Cougars Frisco bound? Longhorns-Aggies on collision course

Week 11 bowl projections: Are the Cougars Frisco bound? Longhorns-Aggies on collision course

With less than three weeks until college football’s bowl announcements, the University of Houston is being mentioned for a handful of destinations.

The most popular, according to several national media outlets, is the Frisco Bowl in suburban Dallas. Other possibilities include Birmingham, Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla, Boca Raton and Hawaii.

Some of the highlights:

– 4 of the 7 projections have Houston playing in the Frisco Bowl.

– 4 of the 7 have Tom Herman and the Longhorns playing in the Texas Bowl at NRG Stadium.

– 3 of the 7 have Texas A&M playing in the Music City Bowl.

– 2 of the 7 have TCU playing Southern Cal in the Fiesta Bowl.

– All 7 have Central Florida winning the American Athletic Conference and playing in a New Year’s Six Bowl.

Each week, the Houston Chronicle is compiling bowl projections for UH, the American Athletic Conference, other Texas schools and the Texas Bowl at NRG Stadium.

Here are projections from seven national media outlets through Week 11.

David M. Hale: Houston vs. UCLA in Birmingham Bowl
Kyle Bonagura: Houston vs. UAB in Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl

Frisco: Houston vs. Ohio
Peach: UCF vs. Auburn
Fiesta: TCU vs. USC
Texas: West Virginia vs. Utah
Liberty: Texas vs. Kentucky
Belk: Texas A&M vs. Wake Forest
Hawaii: SMU vs. Colorado State
Birmingham: Memphis vs. UAB
Military: Navy vs. Virginia
St. Petersburg: USF vs. FAU
New Mexico: North Texas vs. San Diego State

Frisco: Houston vs. Middle Tennessee
each: UCF vs. Ohio State
Texas: Texas vs. California
Music City: Texas A&M vs. Iowa
Alamo: TCU vs. Washington State
Heart of Dallas: Texas Tech vs. North Texas
Hawaii: SMU vs. Fresno State
Birmingham: Memphis vs. Boston College
Military: Navy vs. Virginia
Cure: USF vs. Appalachian State
Boca Raton: Temple vs. FIU
New Mexico: UTSA vs. San Diego State

Boca Raton: Houston vs. Marshall
Peach: UCF vs. Georgia
Texas: Texas vs. Texas A&M
Alamo: TCU vs. Washington
Frisco: SMU vs. Utah State
Heart of Dallas: North Texas vs. Kansas State
Hawaii: Memphis vs. San Diego State
Birmingham: Temple vs. UAB
Military: Navy vs. Virginia
Armed Forces: UTSA vs. Army
Gasparilla: USF vs. FIU

Hawaii: Houston vs. San Diego State
Peach: UCF vs. Auburn
Fiesta: TCU vs. USC
Texas: Iowa State vs. Washington State
Outback: Texas A&M vs. Penn State
Liberty: Texas vs. Kentucky
Heart of Dallas: Texas Tech vs. North Texas
Frisco: SMU vs. Toledo
Gasparilla: USF vs. FIU
Birmingham: Memphis vs. UAB
Military: Navy vs. Georgia Tech
Boca Raton: Temple vs. Marshall
New Mexico: UTSA vs. Utah State

Frisco: Houston vs. Middle Tennessee
Peach: UCF vs. Penn State
Texas: Texas vs. Mississippi State
Music City: Texas A&M vs. Indiana
Alamo: TCU vs. Washington
Birmingham: Memphis vs. Georgia State
Military: Navy vs. Georgia Tech
St. Petersburg: SMU vs. UAB
Boca Raton: USF vs. FAU
Armed Forces: UTSA vs. Army
New Mexico: North Texas vs. Colorado State

Frisco: Houston vs. Appalachian State
Fiesta: UCF vs. USC
Texas: West Virginia vs. South Carolina
Camping World: TCU vs. Virginia Tech
Music City: Texas A&M vs. Georgia Tech
Cactus: Texas vs. California
Hawaii: SMU vs. Fresno State
Heart of Dallas: Texas Tech vs. Utah State
Armed Forces: North Texas vs. Army
Birmingham: Memphis vs. Oregon
Boca Raton: Temple vs. UAB
Gasparilla: USF vs. FAU
Military: Navy vs. Boston College

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