T.O. named Heroes MVP in White Sox’s win

FRISCO, Texas — The 2012 Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game, hosted by the Dallas Mavericks’ Dirk Nowitzki, was a success as the White Sox came through with a 13-6 win over Nowitzki’s Blue Sox. The MVP of the game was Terrell Owens. The former Dallas Cowboys receiver had three hits — his third came late in

Pat Summitt Benefit hits home for Terrell Owens

Terrell Owens college connection to the area wasn’t the only reason he hosted Brittany Jackson’s Pat Summitt Benefit on Saturday. Alzheimer’s is a disease that hits close to home for Owens; his grandmother was diagnosed in 1996, she died earlier this year. Owens like all of the pro athletes in attendance Saturday said showing support was

Terrell Owens Q&A

  Thursday, April 26, 2012 | Q Editors The football veteran on training tips, coconut water and being labeled metrosexual. With 15 flashy seasons as a wide receiver to his name and stats that could very well earn him a place in the Hall of Fame, Terrell Owens has certainly made his mark on the

Wranglers Face Perfect Storm

Terrell Owens and the Allen Wranglers will take on the undefeated Sioux Falls Storm Saturday, April 14th at 7pm at the Allen Event Center. The Wranglers are coming off of a bye week that followed their franchise-record 86-point game against the Nebraska Danger. Quarterback/Receiver Maurice Avery and the Wranglers’ offense will strive to blow past

Wranglers Defeat Danger

The Wranglers finished with 12 touchdowns to defeat the Nebraska Danger 86-57 in one of the highest scoring games in league history.  Both teams came out firing long and fast as the score was tied 7-7 with over 12 minutes left on the clock. The Wranglers scored on the third play, a 21-yd pass to