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Ryan Tannehill
4.24
Olin Buchanan  -  All-time greats at quarterback, the school's best-ever receiver and even the 12th Man ... stars across several eras of A&M football compose the list of most memorable Aggies to don numbers from 10 to 19.
4.25
Billy Liucci  -  The NFL Draft's dawn has come and several graduating Ags await the determination of their future. Liucci shares the candid takes of several NFL scouts. How high will Ryan Tannehill go? What of Cyrus Gray & Co.?
3.31
Billy Liucci  -  Every which way one turned at Saturday's opening of spring practices, it was 'new.' New coaches, new conference, new style, new swagger. What can be gleaned from the Aggies' first day? Liucci ponders.
3.29
TexAgs Studios  -  TexAgs' film crew caught more than 24 minutes of footage from the future first-rounder, who took the field on Thursday to showcase his skills to prospective NFL teams in a set of drills with teammate Jeff Fuller.
 
TexAgs Studios  -  The A&M quarterback met the media on Thursday after turning scouts' heads in a structured workout in the Bright Complex. With the NFL Draft nearing, Tannehill discussed his high stock, his foot injury and more.
 
Andrew Kilzer  -  TexAgs was out in full force to watch Ryan Tannehill and Jeff Fuller work out in front of a large crowd of NFL scouts on Thursday at the A&M Indoor Practice Facility. Click to view an extensive photo gallery.
1.02
Billy Liucci  -  A&M ended a frustrating season on a positive note, with much to look forward to. As the Ags move on to a new conference with a new coach, charting course for a new horizon, Billy Liucci recaps and looks ahead.
12.31
Gabe Bock  -  Ben Malena ran for 77 yards and two touchdowns in place of Cyrus Gray, whose classmates made their final game one to remember. A&M won its first bowl game since 2001 and said goodbye to an era in Houston.
 
TexAgs Studios  -  Ryan Tannehill threw for 329 yards, with 119 and a touchdown going to Jeff Fuller, in the pair's final game as Aggies to earn a much-needed bowl win in Houston and finish 7-6. In-depth coverage on TA Premium.
 
Gabe Bock  -  Another second-half collapse beckoned when Northwestern surged in the fourth quarter, but the Ags held on for a much-needed victory behind several players who put A&M on their backs on the way to the finish line.
12.30
Billy Liucci  -  A&M's long and winding road in 2011 will come to a close in Houston tomorrow. In a game with so many factors at play, which smaller battles will win the war? Billy Liucci breaks down the decisive matchups.
 
TexAgs Studios  -  Two teams with extensive bowl droughts meet tomorrow in the Meineke Car Care Bowl, which hosted its official press conference on Friday. TexAgs has full video and notes from the coaches and players' answers.
12.29
Billy Liucci  -  A&M's long and winding road in 2011 will come to a close in Houston in three days. After a month's dose of preparation, who will steal the spotlight on New Year's Eve? Billy Liucci examines both teams.
12.27
TexAgs Studios  -  Following the A&M squad's first day of practice for the Meineke Car Care Bowl in Houston, Tim DeRuyter and players met with the media to cover, among other things, Cyrus Gray's return and who they're playing for.
12.20
TexAgs Studios  -  Four departing Aggies — Tim DeRuyter, bound for Fresno State, and graduating seniors Ryan Tannehill, Trent Hunter and Randy Bullock — stood before the gathered media on Tuesday. TexAgs has full coverage.
11.26
Billy Liucci  -  With a little more than 24 hours to revisit and ponder on A&M's frustrating, saddening loss on Kyle Field to Texas, Billy Liucci shares an assortment of thoughts on the game and the end of the season.
11.25
Beau Holder  -  With Aggies everywhere wanting nothing more than to beat Texas one final time, the Horns capitalized on a litany of A&M mistakes and emerged from a thrilling battle victorious on a game-ending field goal.
 
Gabe Bock  -  TexAgs compiles quotes from both teams, news and notes from the contest and video of A&M's press conference in the wake of the Aggies' heart-breaking loss to the Longhorns to end the storied rivalry.
11.23
Billy Liucci  -  Texas' two flagship institutions of higher learning will put at least a temporary end to more than a century of history tomorrow. TexAgs provides Liucci's analyses, Leone's X-factor, extensive quotes and depth charts.
11.22
Gabe Bock  -  A&M's record-setting junior wide receiver spent some time with Gabe Bock in the massive build-up to the last Aggie-Longhorn battle for at least a few years, describing why he wants to win and how to go about it.
11.21
Gabe Bock  -  Everything goes out the window as A&M and Texas put the finishing touches on a century-old rivalry. Gabe Bock sifts through the quotes and notes from Monday's press conference to find the top storylines.
 
TexAgs Studios  -  Head coach Mike Sherman, defensive coordinator Tim DeRuyter and players joined the media inside the Bright Complex on Monday to discuss the final meeting with Texas and more. Here are quotes and video.
 
Beau Holder  -  The most charged Lone Star Showdown in history is set to kick off, and TexAgs is inside the Bright Complex in full force as A&M holds its weekly presser in anticipation. Follow Beau Holder's running notes on TA Premium.
11.20
Billy Liucci  -  Saturday's Aggie offense was brilliant ... and looked painfully close to what the unit could have done all year if it maximized its talent. Liucci breaks down A&M's performance against KU, thoughts-style.
11.19
Beau Holder  -  The Aggies started quick and never looked back, scoring early and often and smothering the Jayhawks on defense to cruise to a big win in Kyle Field and set the stage for the final Lone Star Showdown.
 
Gabe Bock  -  TexAgs compiles quotes from both teams, news and notes from the contest and video of A&M's press conference following the Aggies' much-needed beatdown of Kansas in Kyle Field on Saturday.
 
Gabe Bock  -  It was an all-around team effort for Texas A&M, as they blew out the Kansas Jayhawks by 54 points Saturday at Kyle Field. Gabe Bock points out a few that stood out above the rest in 'Stars of the Game.'
11.18
Jordan Kirkland  -  The Aggies' quarterback stopped by in the lead-up to the Kansas game to explain the way he approaches the job and the coaches' impact on him, Jameill Showers' abilities, majoring in Biology and more.
11.16
Hunter Goodwin  -  Continuing his weekly breakdown, Goodwin looks at the position the Ags find themselves in and makes one simple observation: What the program might be lacking isn't talent, but the great equalizer ... heart.
 
Billy Liucci  -  The Aggie defense played well for three and a half quarters but ultimately caved and a few mistakes too many cost the offense, derailing A&M's chance to end its losing skid in Manhattan. Billy Liucci reivews.
11.14
Gabe Bock  -  The A&M players and coaches return home to finish off a disappointing season on Saturday against Kansas. Gabe Bock sifts through the quotes and notes from Monday's press conference to find the top storylines.
 
TexAgs Studios  -  Head coach Mike Sherman, defensive coordinator Tim DeRuyter and select players joined the media inside the Bright Complex on Monday to discuss Missouri, Oklahoma and more. Here are quotes and full video.
 
Beau Holder  -  TexAgs was inside the Bright Complex in full force for coverage of Mike Sherman, Tim DeRuyter and selected players' media interviews. Click here for Beau Holder's complete, in-depth notes from the day.
 
Billy Liucci  -  The 2011 season brought something Aggie fans had long awaited: A team with a chance. A disheartening and confusing disaster of a year later, Billy Liucci can only ask ... when did all this stop being fun?
11.12
Gabe Bock  -  The Aggies twice held double-digit leads over No. 14 Kansas State but avoidable penalties, inexcusable drops and a slew of missed opportunities helped hand the game to the Wildcats, 53-50 in four overtimes.
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