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Olin
Olin Buchanan
TexAgs Staff
Olin is an award-winning college football writer. A native of White Oak, Texas, he's previously covered the Aggies for two newspapers and worked as a college football writer for a national web site. He's been a Heisman Trophy voter since 1993.
8.19
Gabe Bock  -  Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio feature Olin Buchanan and Barrett Sallee in hour one. Hour two heard Rusty Burson and former A&M fullback Stacy Jones, while hour three featured Brice Jones and Stewart Wade.
 
Olin Buchanan  -  Not a soul knows what will happen when Texas A&M and South Carolina meet on Aug. 28, but a recent bet reveals that expectations for the two squads seem to be a bit askew. Reason doesn't support as much.
 
Gabe Bock  -  During Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, bleacherreport.com's Barrett Sallee joined the program to give his take on national story lines such as the SEC in the AP poll, early Heisman chances, Kenny Hill and more.
8.18
Olin Buchanan  -  Several of the pieces that carried Texas A&M to a spot among the nation's top five offenses in 2013 are gone, but there's little worry around the Bright Complex. A new set is in place — and readying quickly.
 
Gabe Bock  -  Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan in hour one. Hour two heard David Sandhop and Around Aggieland with Sarah Davis, while hour three featured Billy Liucci's take on A&M football.
8.16
Olin Buchanan  -  The battle for starting quarterback isn't concluded, according to Kevin Sumlin. For now, however, Texas A&M will head to South Carolina with a slight bit of experience under center and confidence in its starter.
 
Olin Buchanan  -  Following a competition as dead even as any, the Aggies finally know who will get the first shot at replacing Johnny Manziel. With 12 days until the season opener, A&M announced Saturday that Hill will be the guy.
8.15
Brice Jones  -  Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan in hour one. Hour two heard Kayce Smith discuss the launch of the SEC Network, while hour three featured Billy Liucci talking Aggie Football.
8.14
Olin Buchanan  -  Only 21, the Aggie running back and former five-star prospect is a father to two girls — which led to his transfer to A&M. In a world based around performance and results, Williams toils for a higher purpose.
 
Gabe Bock  -  Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan hour one. Hour two heard from Will Bolt and PGA tour golfer Ryan Palmer, while hour three featured Bruce Marshall talking college football gambling.
8.13
Olin Buchanan  -  Any of Texas A&M's three junior running backs has 1,000-yard potential. If one is destined to reach the mark in the 2014 season, who will it be? With the situation set up for the Aggies, it doesn't even matter.
 
Gabe Bock  -  Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan in hour one. Hour two heard ESPN's Kayce Smith and Fox Sports 1's Clay Travis, while hour three featured Homer Jacobs and Cleveland radio host Dustin Fox.
8.12
Olin Buchanan  -  If the Aggies need immediate improvement anywhere, it's the last line of defense. An infusion of talent is paying dividends, but it's young; Terry Joseph's goal is to eye the ones who make his changes quickest.
 
Olin Buchanan  -  The most expensive and one of the most ambitious renovation projects in collegiate history is nearing a checkpoint with the season just weeks away. Project overseers met the media on Tuesday for an update.
 
Olin Buchanan  -  There is no prototype, no set of instructions, for a player with Cam Clear's skill set. At the outset of the second season following his arrival on campus, however, the Aggies are more prepared to utilize him.
 
Gabe Bock  -  During Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, BleacherReport.com's Barrett Sallee joined the program to discuss the on-going quarterback battles in the SEC, the South Carolina Gamecocks, Ole Miss and more.
 
Gabe Bock  -  Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO hour with Olin Buchanan and Barrett Sallee in hour one. Hour two included Rusty Burson and Christian Rodriguez, while hour three heard from Brice Jones and Russ Mitchell.
8.11
Olin Buchanan  -  Shaan Washington's injury, confirmed by Kevin Sumlin on Monday evening, deals a blow to a unit needing consistency. A&M is equipped with pieces to recover — it's merely a matter of putting them together.
 
Gabe Bock  -  Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO hour with Olin Buchanan in hour one. Hour two included David Sandhop and audio from Kevin Sumlin, while hour three heard from Billy Liucci discussing all things football.
8.09
Olin Buchanan  -  The charge toward the season continues with several competitions still in a dead heat. While much is yet to be settled, a few Aggies caught A&M coach Kevin Sumlin's eye in the first of the team's fall scrimmages.
8.08
Olin Buchanan  -  Through the first week of camp it seems we're no closer to knowing the eventual winner of the open quarterback spot. Saturday's scrimmage, however, will be a benchmark — and the criteria is clear.
 
Gabe Bock  -  Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO hour with Olin Buchanan in hour one. Hour two included Brice Jones and Aggie commit Daylon Mack, while hour three featured Billy Liucci discussing fall camp.
8.07
Olin Buchanan  -  The nation's No. 1 defensive end prospect is on campus and looking every bit the part. But the talent on Texas A&M's defensive line is found littered all over the roster — and it means improvement is likely.
 
Gabe Bock  -  Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan and Mike Huguenin in hour one. Hour two heard A&M football director of player development Mikado Hinson, while hour three featured David Sandhop.
8.06
Olin Buchanan  -  Where will Germain Ifedi play? Who will the Aggies start at the guard positions? On a line this loaded with talent, these are good questions to face. The way to complete a fearsome five is with one simple answer.
 
Gabe Bock  -  Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO hour with Olin Buchanan including Scott Petrak in hour one. Hour two heard from Kayce Smith and Clay Travis, while hour three featured Homer Jacobs.
8.05
Olin Buchanan  -  By Aggie special teams coach Jeff Banks' own admission, he's in a tough position — not due to a lack of high-end potential in his meeting room, but an abundance of it. Texas A&M, thus, sits in an enviable spot.
 
Olin Buchanan  -  Kenny Hill or Kyle Allen? The question is simple, but the answer is not. With the realities of college football in mind, Kevin Sumlin could very well look at the two choices before him ... and opt instead for a third.
 
Gabe Bock  -  Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured Olin Buchanan in hour one. Hour two heard Rusty Burson and Caleb Russell, while hour three featured Sumlin and Trey Williams audio, Russ Mitchell, and Stewart Wade.
8.04
Olin Buchanan  -  Help is on the way in the Aggie linebacking corps, but not from where one might expect. Aside from some noteworthy additions, the bet is that the returnees — yes, the ones that struggled in 2013 — will flourish.
 
Gabe Bock  -  Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured Olin Buchanan in hour one. Hour two heard David Sandhop and Kevin Sumlin audio, while hour three featured Billy Liucci and A&M strength and conditioning coach Larry Jackson.
8.01
Gabe Bock  -  Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured Olin Buchanan and former Texas A&M football player Brandon Leone in hour one. Hour two heard David Sandhop and Brice Jones, while hour three featured Billy Liucci.
7.31
Olin Buchanan  -  On Thursday the program welcomed the players back to a much different world than the one they left behind. Take a visual tour of the unbelievable new locker rooms and Bright Football Complex upgrades.
 
Gabe Bock  -  Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour Olin Buchanan and Mike Huguenin in hour one. Hour two saw Kayce Smith and Clay Travis, while hour three heard Jason Cook discuss all things A&M and SEC.
 
Olin Buchanan  -  Texas A&M may not see a dominant ground game again for a while yet, or so the assumption goes. Yet, nearly every factor working for the Aggies in 2014 suggests quite the opposite is possible — even likely.
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