Complete Vince Young's Redemption Arc By Buying His Houston Home For $815K

It’s remarkable Vince Young hasn’t been the subject of one of Tom Rinaldi’s signature soft focused, agave nectar sweet puff pieces about sports and redemption yet. Maybe when College Gameday returns to Austin someday in 2026.
Ol’ VY’s redemption arc has reached its next logical step when Young put up his four bedroom, three and a half bath Houston abode on the market Tuesday for a paltry $815,000.

Impressive wood floors,stunning plantation shutters, soothing paint selections, remarkable granite island kitchen w/ stainless appl, breakfast bar open to surround sound family room, oversized master w/ extra sitting area. Spacious bedrooms, fully wired media room w/projector and screen. Fabulous pool and spa, lush landscape and plenty of backyard, 2 car port-o-cochere.

Young putting this Houston home on the market finally closes the chapter that began at Young’s trot at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains that etched his name into college football annals’ while concurrently dooming his professional career before it ever began. Young’s career hit its nadir when that Rose Bowl performance weighed so heavy on his shoulders that dude needed to strip down in his infamous 2008 photoshoot for Patron tequilla. To add insult to injury, four years later Young briefly filed for Chapter 11.
Today, VY is alleged debt-free, has his name on an Austin steakhouse, and is making $100,000 a year to show up at UT events to remind everyone of the last time Texas football was good. (Let’s just ignore VY’s latest legal troubles because that soils the narrative.)
$100K is likely less than he was paid under the table as Longshorn QB.
h/t Realtor

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