JON WOLFE'S latest smash turned radio gold, "Tequila Sundown" looks to overtake Randall King and "Record High" at No. 1, which spent the better part of September atop Texas radio.

Meanwhile Texas stalwart Cody Jinks makes a few power moves landing this week's Most Added and Greatest Spin Gainer for "All It Cost Me Was Everything."

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10. Cody Johnson - Till You Can't
9. Prophets and Outlaws featuring Pat Green - Little Bit of Love
8. Kyle Park - Rewind
7. Chad Cooke Band - Senorita Sky
6. Cody Jinks - All it Cost Me Was Everything
5.  Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen - Rhinestoned
4. Drew Fish Band - One Beer at a Time 
3. Josh Abbott Band - Real Damn Good
2. Randall King - Record High
1. Jon WolfeTequila Sundown 

Big congratulations to Jon Wolfe who has made it a habit of taking singles to the top of Texas radio, this time with his latest stone-cold country smash, "Tequila Sundown." Song rankings compiled each week by CDX Traction - Texas.

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Top 10: These Are Texas' Most Expensive High School Football Stadiums

There's a reason every good high school football movie is based in Texas. Here in the Lone Star State Friday nights are revered and our young men in football pads exalted to legends in their hometowns. In fact as of last year, Texas is only second to Florida (by two players) as the state with the most players in the NFL.

Top 21 Facebook Blackout Conspiracy Theories According to Twitter

On Monday (Oct. 4th), just after 7 p.m. ET, about six hours after the world came to a screeching halt, Mark Zuckerberg wrote on his Facebook page: “Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger are coming back online now.”

And you know Twitter was ready and full of conspiracy theories as to why Facebook endured it's longest blackout since 2008. Here they all are.