Talk:Houston Cougars football

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Removal of perceived indiscriminate statistics[edit]

Wikipedia is not an indiscriminate collection of information. Specifically, it is not an an excessive listing of statistics nor should it emphasize information that is recent equally or more so than the historical items such as all-time bowl games or conference championships.

Therefore, although this information is interesting, I think it's not quite right for the article. I hope this makes sense. Brian Reading (talk) 02:09, 6 October 2009 (UTC)

CFPA Deletion/Sammy Baugh Trophy[edit]

I have undone a good faith edit by Brian Reading, who deleted the CFPA trophy listing under "individual awards" for the Houston Cougars. Wikipedia is an encyclopedia; it's our job to report material facts. The University has determined that these awards are notable and thus are to be included. The official UH roster lists Keenum as a CFPA trophy winner above his finalist selections for the O' Brien and winning the Sammy Baugh.

Here are some inclusions/press releases from UH that should settle the matter:

  • (a) Keenum, Beall, Carrier named CFPA preseason favorites

  • (b) Keenum is National Performer of the Week

  • (c) Keenum is honorable mention Performer of the Week

  • (d) Keenum named honorable mention Performer of the Week (associated mention)

  • (e) Several Cougars honored by CFPA

  • (f) Three Cougars honored by CFPA

  • (g) Keenum, Cleveland honored after loss by CFPA

  • (h) Keenum to be honored by CFPA at Hoops Contest

  • (i) Cougar Quartet honored as 2010 CFPA favorites

  • (j) Keenum is Unitas Award preseason mention (associate mention of CFPA)

It's pretty easy to find these by going to the UH news release listing: Obamafan70 (talk) 12:08, 26 July 2010 (UTC)

Number of All Americans[edit]

Does this number refer to First and Second team? The number of First Team AA is listed as (7) in the 2014 NCAA Awards Guide. There is some inconsistency here between the teams.

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