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June 7, 2010

HOUSTON - With the season opener drawing closer, the University of Houston football program will kick off its 2010 season at 7 p.m., Sept. 4, when it plays host to Texas State on John O'Quinn Field at Robertson Stadium.

Houston Director of Athletics Mack Rhoades announced the starting time for the season opener Monday evening.

That game will be the first of six regular-season home contests for the Cougars in 2010. From there, the team meets UTEP (Friday, Sept. 10), Tulane (Sept. 25), Mississippi State (Oct. 9). UCF (Friday, Nov. 5) and Tulsa (Nov. 13).

The Cougars bring a 15-game winning streak on their home field into the Texas State game. That ranks as the fourth-longest active streak among all NCAA Division I-Football Bowl Subdivision schools.


ABOUT THE COUGARS
Now entering his third season at Houston, head coach Kevin Sumlin has posted an 18-9 record during his career and is the only coach in school history to lead his team to back-to-back bowl appearances during his first two years.

With the Cougars' 34-28 win against Air Force during the 2008 Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, Sumlin guided Houston to its first bowl win in nearly three decades.

Leading the way offensively is senior quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate Case Keenum. In 2009, Keenum led the nation with a school-record 5,671 passing yards and 44 touchdowns, becoming only the second player in NCAA Division I-FBS history to enjoy multiple 5,000-yard passing seasons during his career.

Linebacker Marcus McGraw returns for his junior season after leading the Cougars and ranking among the national leaders in tackles for the second straight season. A year ago, the Arlington, Texas, native posted 156 tackles, including a team-best 75 solo stops, with four sacks, three forced fumbles and six pass breakups.

 

 


ATHLETICS TICKET OFFICE HOURS
To order tickets, fan can visit the Athletics Ticket Office (located on the first floor of the Athletics/Alumni Center, 3100 Cullen Blvd.), or call 713-GO-COOGS (462-6647) from 8 a.m., to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Fans always can purchase tickets to UH events, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by visiting UHCougars.com and clicking the Tickets link.

Fans are encouraged to buy early with tickets being sold at a record pace.

09/03/16
Oklahoma
vs Oklahoma
Houston, Texas (NRG Stadium)
11:00 AM
Tickets
09/10/16
Lamar
Lamar
TDECU Stadium
TBA
Tickets
09/15/16
Cincinnati
at Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Ohio
TBA
09/24/16
Texas State
at Texas State
San Marcos, Texas
TBA
09/29/16
UConn
UConn
TDECU Stadium
TBA
Tickets
10/08/16
Navy
at Navy
Annapolis, Md.
2:00 PM
10/15/16
Tulsa
Tulsa
TDECU Stadium
TBA
Tickets
10/22/16
SMU
at SMU
Dallas, Texas
TBA
10/29/16
UCF
UCF
TDECU Stadium
TBA
Tickets
11/12/16
Tulane
Tulane
TDECU Stadium
TBA
Tickets
11/17/16
Louisville
Louisville
TDECU Stadium
TBA
Tickets
11/25/16
Memphis
at Memphis
Memphis, Tenn.
TBA
12/03/16
vs TBD
TBD
TBA

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