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Texas A&M Releases Final Fall Camp Depth Chart
Though not heavy on surprises, A&M's depth chart headed into the opener against UCLA features new starters along the offensive line as well as some ongoing position battles at running back, tight end, and defensive tackle.
Kevin Sumlin wraps up Aggies' Fall Camp, talks offensive line changes
Texas A&M's Kevin Sumlin talked to the media on Wednesday, giving his final interview of Fall Camp. Answering a myriad of Aggie Football questions, the head coach gave updates on the Aggie offensive line, the probable contributors at running back and Josh Walker's suspension.
30 Players in 30 Days: #3 — Armani Watts
Texas A&M Football ∙ 3 days ago by Gabe Bock
After leading the Texas A&M defense in tackles in 2015, safety Armani Watts looks poised to be an early-entry candidate into the NFL Draft if he can continue to progress his game during his junior season. Watts comes in at #3 in our 30 Players in 30 Days series.
Tuesday Mash-up: Rankings rewind, Garrett's overall game, and more
Does history suggest the Aggies' near invisibility in preseason polls is a good sign? Do Myles Garrett's numbers against the run stack up? Where will the O-Line pieces settle in the new depth chart? Plus a couple of other notes as the opener against UCLA approaches.
Five down, 500 (or more) to go: Celebrating half a decade of TexAgs Radio
5 days ago by TexAgs Radio
On August 22nd, 2011, TexAgs.com embarked on a journey into the world of radio. Five years later, TexAgs Radio is still going strong thanks to the loyal listeners and sponsors who allow us to do what we love each and every day. Watch as Billy Liucci, Olin Buchanan, Alex Parker, Ronnie Woodard, Kayce Smith and Brandon Leone reflect on TexAgs Radio's first five years.
Aggie legend Bucky Richardson's mentality could help Trevor Knight
Texas A&M's Trevor Knight may not end up being the best passer or the most athletic guy on the field, but he doesn't need to be. If – like A&M great Bucky Richardson – Knight brings toughness and leadership to the Aggie lockerroom, Texas A&M will see success in 2016.
Fall Camp Shuffle: Kevin Sumlin talks possible Aggie position changes
As Texas A&M's Fall Camp progresses, the Aggie coaching staff is looking to get its best players on the field. Whether they are caused by injuries, depth concerns or surprising freshman performances, position changes are a reality some Aggies must face.
Texas A&M left tackle Avery Gennesy prepped for demanding SEC slate
Gennesy was one of the best components of the Aggie offensive line last season, but he doesn't think he played well enough. Going into this season, A&M's left tackle is focused on improving every phase of his game, something that he hopes infects the other Aggie linemen.
Are you as excited as usual for the start of football season?
11 days ago by Olin Buchanan
Terry Joseph, Aggies look to continue success in secondary
After finishing fourth in pass defense in 2015, the Aggie secondary is preparing to improve on that ranking this year. Although the secondary lost some key pieces, Nick Harvey and Terry Joseph are confident that the unit wont miss a beat.
Texas A&M coaches evaluating options as Fall Camp intensifies
The Aggies have knocked the rust off and have entered Fall Camp's second week. As players strive for starting spots across the board, the Aggie coaching staff is performing careful evaluations of their progress. Kevin Sumlin gave an update on the process after practice Monday.
Pick Your Poison: Loaded Aggie receiving corps confident entering 2016
Texas A&M boasts a group of pass-catchers that few in the nation can hope to match, so which of them should be double-teamed in a tight, late-game situation? According to the receivers themselves, defensive coordinators are fighting a losing battle no matter their answer.
Another survey
12 days ago by Olin Buchanan
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13 days ago by Olin Buchanan
Prove It: Untested players hold key to Texas A&M's 2016 success
Whether they have transferred in from other schools, redshirted, been injured or just haven't reached their full potential, some Aggies have yet to make a large impact in Maroon and White. Olin Buchanan has picked five unproven Aggies that could affect 2016 in a big way.
John Chavis, Otaro Alaka leading Aggie linebackers to new heights
After a promising freshman campaign, Otaro Alaka struggled through an injury-riddled 2015 and nearly lost his father to a stroke. With the family emergency in the rearview mirror, the sophomore is ready to lead a bigger, faster set of linebackers for coach John Chavis.
In the Stable: Texas A&M running backs ready to share workload
The Aggies were short on options at running back in 2015 and allowed Tra Carson to bear the bulk of the burden. Heading into the fall, an influx of young runners has changed the way running backs coach Clarence McKinney can handle the position in 2016.
Bulked-up Texas A&M linebackers set to bolster Aggie run defense
Texas A&M strength and conditioning coach Larry Jackson believes that bigger is better, and he's attempting to prove it with his linebackers. Many of the Aggie linebackers have added muscle over the long offseason in order to endure the grind of the SEC schedule.
Trevor Knight, Myles Garrett enter fall with high hopes for Texas A&M
Kicking off another football season in Aggieland, two of Texas A&M's unquestioned leaders have the same goal in mind: an SEC title. Quarterback Trevor Knight and defensive end Myles Garrett felt the program got off on the right foot during the first practice of the season.
Covering Bases: Texas A&M's Sumlin provides pre-fall camp update
Sitting down for an informal media session on Thursday, Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin answered questions covering much of the Aggies' eventful summer. He touched on TD Moton's acceptance, an injury to wide receiver Quartney Davis, the Aggie defense and more.
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