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A&M coaches, players face Arkansas' challenge head-on
A return to conference. A trip to Dallas. An old rival. The key stretch of A&M's season kicks off Saturday and Kevin Sumlin, his staff and his players sat down Tuesday to size up the challenge ahead and more.
Kirby Clarke, TexAgs
Cover Story: The path ahead unfolds in earnest
Three cupcakes, three blowout wins. Now the hard part begins. Carrying national title hopes into a division more powerful than any other, A&M has very clear goals to meet in order to survive the battle unscathed.
Kirby Clarke, TexAgs
Texas A&M 58, SMU 6: Defense in review
The quality of competition factors in, yes. But it has no bearing on the defense's improvements, which manifested clearly in quarterback pressure and one key return from injury. Now all eyes turn to Arkansas.
Kirby Clarke, TexAgs
Texas A&M 58, SMU 6: Offense in review
Another slow start quickly faded away in the face of the Aggies' polish at every position, with a flawless red zone performance highlighting an overpowering show. Few tweaks are needed before the return to Dallas.
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A&M Galveston researchers find seaweed solutions
Dr. Tom Linton and Robert Webster have devised a way to bale the hundreds of tons of stinky seaweed that washes up on Louisiana and Texas beaches like common hay and have even found a way to make it edible.
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