Aug. 13, 2014
Full List of Cougars Currently in the NFL
HOUSTON--- Eight former Houston Cougars saw action in week one of the 2014 NFL preseason. UHCougars.com breaks it all down in the first "Cougars in the NFL" update of the year.
QB Case Keenum (HOU) came off the bench and completed 3-of-5 passes for 29 yards...was the Texans' second-leading passer behind Ryan Fitzpatick, who earned the start.
Arizona 32, Houston 0 (Recap/ Box Score) | Keenum NFL Bio
NT David Hunter (HOU) assisted in one tackle in Houston's game against Arizona.
Arizona 32, Houston 0 (Recap/ Box Score) | Hunter NFL Bio
LB Phillip Steward (STL) recorded two tackles in his 2014 NFL preseason debut for St. Louis.
New Orleans 26, Houston 24 (Recap/ Box Score) | Steward NFL Bio
DE Sammy Brown (STL) also recorded two tackles, including one hit on the quarterback in his 2014 NFL preseason debut for the Rams...Brown and Steward are teammates once again after playing together at the University of Houston for two seasons.
New Orleans 26, Houston 24 (Recap/ Box Score) | Brown NFL Bio
RB Jackie Battle (TEN) rushed for nine yards and scored a touchdown on two carries in Tennessee's 20-16 win over Green Bay...also hauled in one catch for 11 yards...he gets ready to begin his eighth season in the NFL.
Tennessee 20, Green Bay 16 (Recap/ Box Score) | Battle NFL Bio
WR Pat Edwards (DET) hauled in one catch for 15 yards in Detroit's 13-12 win over Cleveland...Edwards is set to begin his third season in the NFL.
Detroit 13, Cleveland 12 (Recap/ Box Score) | Edwards NFL Bio
LS Thomas Gafford (KC) played in Kanas City's 41-39 win over the Bengals last week...Gafford is set to begin his seventh season in the NFL.
Kansas City 41, Cincinnati 39 (Recap/ Box Score) | Gafford NFL Bio
LS Brandon Hartson (CHI) played in Chicago's 34-28 win over Philadelphia last week...Hartson is set to begin his second season in the NFL.
Chicago 34, Philadelphia 28 (Recap/ Box Score) | Hartson NFL Bio
2014 FOOTBALL SEASON TICKETS
Houston fans can guarantee a place in history by purchasing season tickets for the first season in the new TDECU Stadium. Season tickets are currently on sale starting at just $140 as are Memorial Hermann Family Plan four-pack season tickets, two adult and two youth, for just $299. Lower-level reserved season tickets start at just $200.
Fans interested in purchasing Houston Football season tickets for as low as $140 for seven games can contact the Ticket Sales department online or by calling 713-GO-COOGS (462-6647).
Houston opens the 2014 season at 8 p.m., Friday, Aug. 29, when it hosts UTSA in the first game in TDECU Stadium.
YOUNG ALUMNI TICKET INFORMATION
University of Houston alumni from the last five years (2010-14) can purchase season tickets for just $125 (upper levels) and $175 (lower level) in specially designated Young Alumni sections with a multiplier of four times donations to Cougar Pride giving levels for the first five years after graduation. Young Alumni can purchase tickets here or by calling 713-GO-COOGS (462-6647).
GROUP TICKET INFORMATION
Single-game group ticket sales for the inaugural season in TDECU Stadium are now on sale via the Houston Athletics Ticket Office. Groups of at least 10 or more can purchase tickets starting at just $21 per person to any of Houston's seven home games, including 2014 Fiesta Bowl champion UCF, by calling the Houston Athletics Ticket Office at 713-GO-COOGS (462-6647) or by clicking here.