- Good news continues to roll the way of Texas A&M basketball. One day after five-star transfer Danuel House was ruled eligible to play, the Aggies' Colombian big man also was finally relieved of an NCAA suspension.
- Another slow start left room for improvement and the Aggies have more development to do, but there is an indisputably different quality about this team through three games. How quickly can it take the next step?
- Billy Kennedy's squad didn't even have to leave Puerto Rico to receive yet another boost. On Friday it was revealed that the former five-star guard and UH transfer was ruled eligible to play for A&M immediately.
- Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan in hour one. Hour two heard from Tim Lightfoot and the Huffines Institute in preview of their upcoming discussion, G Guerrieri, Laurie Corbelli and Ronnie Woodard, while hour three was all Logan Lee in advance of the Aggies vs Charleston.
- Questions lingered before the season about the Aggies, and they still will. But, in a season-opening blowout against the Demons, the new roster flexed its muscle. Jalen Jones and Antwan Space scored 16 apiece.
- The Aggies opened the season with a dominating victory, providing hope for the slate ahead. TexAgs presents the best of Friday night's victory, featuring the A&M newcomers.
- It's a new season and a new roster. But is it the same old A&M? The Aggies will seek to prove otherwise, beginning on Friday at Reed Arena. Logan Lee breaks down a high-scoring Northwestern State offense.
- Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan in hour one. Hour two heard from Logan Lee, Billy Liucci and Sarah Davis with Around Aggieland, while hour three featured more Billy Liucci.
- Following a year on the bench, the SMU transfer and noted 'tough guy' in the locker room made his presence felt on the court against Northwestern State — and after the game in a one-on-one breakdown of the win.
- Texas A&M's head man met the media on Wednesday to discuss the signing of the school's best-ever hoops recruiting class, the approaching season-opener, the team he's put together for this season and more.
- In landing a national top-five class, Texas A&M did more than turn heads in the college basketball world. It addressed needs up and down the roster and set the '15-'16 team up for potentially unprecedented success.
- The early signing period for all sports outside of football arrived on Wednesday, and with it the latest class of Aggieland-bound athletes — and a collection of hoops recruits that outstrips any other in school history.
- The Aggies should be better this season than in 2013-14, but they didn't show it on Wednesday night. Still, led by encouraging debuts from several new faces, A&M sealed an exhibition victory in the second half.
- It's easy to look into the future of this program — the Puerto Rico Tip-Off, conference play, the '15 class of potential saviors committed. But on the eve of A&M's first exhibition, a more pertinent possibility is in play.
- The corner waits to be turned by Billy Kennedy's Texas A&M program, which is riding a wave of recruiting momentum but must focus on winning in 2014-15. Kennedy's best roster yet must prove it on the court.
- Only three Southeastern Conference teams were selected for last year's Tourney. Yet, all three made the Elite Eight and two went to the Final Four. With strong coaching and returning experience, is a jump next?
- Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan and Jackie Sherrill in hour one. Hour two heard from Kayce Smith and Clay Travis, while hour three featured Dustin Fox, John Harris, Logan Lee and Will and Kristin King.
- Lancaster forward Elijah Thomas' commitment pushed the Aggies' 2015 class from stellar to truly elite. He is excited to play with his DFW peers, yes, but what Thomas sees in his and A&M's futures is much deeper.