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Steer Crazy Chris Simms is all football, all the time in his fervent quest to quarterback the Longhorns to a national title and find his place in Texas football lore
What did you do, Chris Simms, on your summer vacation--all twoweeks of it? That's right. Following the spring semester at Texas, Simmsarrived ...
The Eyes of Texas Are Upon Them Chris Simms and the Longhorns are primed to prove--to their fans, their critics and Oklahoma--that they can win the big one
He had been restless throughout the interview, and now RoyWilliams stood up. The Texas wide receiver let his fingers do thewalking through a ...
4 Texas For two of Austin's biggest names--Mack Brown and Chris Simms--it's time for all that potential to pay off
In some ways Chris Simms has scarcely adapted to life at Texas.Though Austin teems with trendy restaurants and terrific Tex-Mexfood, Simms's ...
2 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Chris Simms--led offense needs a fast start to work out the kinks and gear up for a brutal second-half schedule
May the Best Manning Win
Eli and Peyton face off for the first time in the Sunday-night opener, and they don't particularly want to talk about it (even with each other). Making NFL history as the first brothers to start at quarterback in the same game, they'll add another chapter to the Manning family saga-and when it's over, you won't want to be around the one who lost
Rolling the Dice It's a good bet that five quarterbacks will be among the top 40 picks. So why is this draft such a crapshoot?
quarterbacks who could be drafted near the end of the first round, Texas' Chris Simms (can't win the big games) and Florida's Rex Grossman (at 6'1", too short), ...
Still Going Deep
No football commentator--not even that guy with the video game--packs more wisdom into his words than hardworking CBS color man Phil Simms
Inside College Football
even if Ramapo (N.J.) High quarterback Chris Simms, son of former NFL ... Simms could have redshirted at Tennessee next fall and competed
Boomer Sooner Led by the hard hitting of strong safety ROY WILLIAMS, Oklahoma stopped Texas in its tracks
... and it hadn't gone well. Williams had taken a foot in thegroin, and Longhorns quarterback Chris Simms had scrambled pasthim for 11 yards.