Gabe has been with TexAgs since August 2008. He's currently Director of Broadcasting, host of TexAgs Radio and helps oversee subscriptions and the intern program. A&M Class of 2003, Gabe got his start with KBTX TV-3 in 2003 and spent time as a reporter/producer with Bryan Broadcasting and a part-time host at KGOW in Houston before moving to TexAgs. He and his wife Megan have three children: Ella (6), Easton (3) and a newborn, Everley.
Monday's show featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan and an interview with Mike Huguenin in hour one. Hour two heard from Ryan Brauninger and a pre-recorded interview with Jayden Peevy. Hour three was all Billy Liucci.
On Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Texas A&M SR Associate AD for External Affairs Jason Cook joined the show to discuss expectations for this football season, changes for the upcoming 2016 athletic year, and much more.
Andy Staples of Sports Illustrated joined TexAgs Radio in studio on Friday to share his thoughts on this season for Texas A&M football, the SEC, and made predictions for college football as a whole in 2016.
Friday's show featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan in the first hour. Hour two featured an in studio visit from Texas A&M SR Associate AD for External Affairs Jason Cook. The third hour heard from Alex Parker, Ryan Brauninger and SI national college football writer Andy Staples.
Regarded as the best defensive player in the country, Myles Garrett is prepared to have another great season. For the second year in a row, he comes in at #1 to round out our 2016 30 Players in 30 Days series.
Hunter Shurtleff, Roy May and Dallas Shipp joined TexAgs Radio on Thursday morning for the first football edition of The Fan Show in 2016 to discuss their expectations for the Aggies this year and much, much more.
During Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio, former A&M and NBA basketball player Acie Law IV joined to share his thoughts on Billy Kennedy's impact during his time in Aggieland, why A&M will compete for another SEC title, and remembers Coach Billy Gillispie's early years at A&M.
During Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio, John Harris of the Houston Texans and footballtakeover.com joined to share his thoughts on the NFL Draft talent on A&M's roster and to share what he expects out of Armani Watts, Speedy Noil and Christian Kirk in 2016.
Wide receiver Christian Kirk took the SEC by storm during his freshman campaign, scoring eight times and racking up over 1700 all-purpose yards, and indications point to Kirk improving on that performance in 2016.
Former Texas A&M and NFL defensive lineman Ty Warren and former A&M linebackers coach Alan Weddell joined TexAgs Radio on Wednesday to discuss Ty's recruitment, to discuss A&M's defensive talent via a drafting process and to share their thoughts on Armani Watts.
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.
Wednesday's edition of the show featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan and former UCLA TE and current ESPN analyst Charles Arbuckle. Hour two heard from Ty Warren and Alan Weddell in-studio. The third hour included a Cover Two segment with Jordan Pugh and Lyn Scarbrough joined at the bottom of the hour.
During Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, former UCLA All-American and current ESPN football analyst Charles Arbuckle joined to give his opinions and expectations for next weekend's opening weekend A&M/UCLA matchup.