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  • Spring Football Activities Announced
    The Rice Owls will bring their 2012 Spring Football practice drills to a close under the lights of Rice Stadium when they hold their annual Blue-Gray Scrimmage on Friday, March 30 at 7 p.m. The scrimmage kicks off a weekend of closing activities that also include the annual Football Golf Tournament on Saturday, March 31 and the Football Awards Banquet on Sunday, April 1.
  • Slater To Coach Owls' Defensive Line
    Less than a year after he walked across the stage at Rice's 98th Commencement to receive his Master's of Liberal Studies degree, Michael Slater is returning to South Main.
  • Thurmond Named Defensive Coordinator, Hoefer and Sloan Join Staff
    Rice head football coach David Bailiff announced on Monday that cornerbacks coach Chris Thurmond has been promoted to Defensive Coordinator and also announced the hiring of Larry Hoefer as safeties coach and David Sloan as tight ends coach.
  • 2012 Recruiting Efforts Yield 24 New Owls
    Rice head football coach David Bailiff announced the signing of 23 high school seniors and one junior college transfer to national letters of intent to play football for the Owls.
  • Owls Announce 2012 Football Schedule
    The Rice Owls will kick off their second century of college football on September 1 when they host the UCLA Bruins at Rice Stadium, and will open their 2012 Conference USA schedule three weeks later when they host Marshall. Conference USA released its official 2012 schedule of games on Thursday.
  • Owls to Host 2012 Football Signing Day Party
    Rice football fans are invited to join head coach David Bailiff and members of his coaching staff at reception to celebrate Signing Day 2012 on Wednesday, February 1 and learn more about the members of the Owl's latest recruiting class
  • Jammer and Smith Selected for All-Star Game
    Rice's Chris Jammer and Tyler Smith are back on a football practice field this week, joining a host of players form across the country in Tucson, Arizona for the first annual Casino Del Sol All Star game, which will be held at Kino Stadium in Tucson next Monday night.
  • Rice and Notre Dame to Meet in 2014
    Rice and Notre Dame have agreed to meet in football during the 2014 season, Rice Director of Athletics Rick Greenspan announced on Monday. The exact date of the game, which will be played in South Bend, Indiana and telecast nationally on NBC, will be announced at a later date.
  • Rice Trustees Approve New Football Facility
    The Rice University Board of Trustees approved a $44.5 million proposal Thursday to build a new two-story football facility at the south end of Rice Stadium and to improve the stadium facilities and experience.
  • Time on the Playground
    Behind the efforts of the Rice Student-Athlete Advisory Council, the Owls returned to The Rusk School Thursday in force.
  • Callahan and Hull Earn Sporting News Freshman All America Honors
    Rice cornerback Bryce Callahan and wide receiver Mario Hull are among 26 freshmen who have been named the 2011 Sporting News Freshman All America Team. Callahan picked up a second honor when he was also named to's FoxSportsNext 2011 Freshman All America team.
  • Steele Names Callahan to All-Freshman Team
    Rice cornerback Bryce Callahan, who led all FBS freshmen with six interceptions and was second with 15 passes defended, has been named to Phil Steele's 2011 All-Freshman second team as part of his annual list of honors teams which were released on Wednesday. He also joined Kyle Martens, Luke Willson, Scott Solomon, Chris Boswell and Jake Hicks in earning a place on Steele's All C-USA squad.
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