and completed by September 2014 .
It's also the last season we'll play as a member of Conference USA before we move on to the challenge of playing football and other sports in the Big East in 2013.
After coming off a 13-1 campaign and a Ticket City Bowl win against Penn State, the Coogs have a chip on their shoulders as usual because Case Keenum, Tyron Carrier, and Patrick Edwards have graduated and it's David Piland's chance to operate the potent UH Air Raid offensive attack and they are getting no media love once again.
Well, they'll get their opportunity to prove everyone wrong tonight against Texas State
Texas Stare is in its first season in the WAC and the FBS, but has a long history of competitive football at the FBS/Division I-AA level in the Southland Conference. It won two NCAA Division II national championships in 1980-81 and made it to the FBS semfinals in 2005 before falling to eventual national runner up Northern Iowa.
Translation: UH can't sleep on them especially since Texas State is anxious to prove they can play at this level and are playing this game in one of the top areas for high school football talent in Texas.
Should be fun to watch. . Eat 'em up!