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Kevin Sumlin
10.21
Billy Liucci  -  A long look in the mirror and a long period of work and reflection await the Aggies, who returned to College Station humiliated by the Tide. Overhauls must be made before the present situation becomes untenable.
 
Beau Holder  -  More questions than answers linger around Kyle Field these days, but a bye may bring the respite needed to examine A&M's next course of action. The Aggie coaches shared their reflections and plans on Tuesday.
10.18
Billy Liucci  -  Saturday's embarrassment is made more painful by the implications it carries. A program seemingly building toward competing on a consistent basis with the SEC's kings fell apart. What happens next will be key.
 
Olin Buchanan  -  It was stunning. It was embarrassing. It was ... in keeping with a concerning trend. If there's anything that came out of Saturday's wreckage, it was a hint at which parts of the team need to be examined in a hurry.
 
TexAgs Studios  -  Is there anything not under scrutiny at this point? Following Saturday's game Kevin Sumlin and his players reacted to the thrashing in Tuscaloosa, one that seems to have real potential to unravel A&M's season.
10.17
Billy Liucci  -  The Aggies and Tide have fought two brutal, thrilling battles since A&M's entrance into the SEC. Both enter the game searching for an identity — and how well they recover in recent problem areas will tell the story.
10.14
Beau Holder  -  The Aggies need answers in a hurry with a sobering stretch behind them and a familiar foe awaiting at the week's end. A&M's coaches and players gave an assessment of what's next in Tuesday's press conference.
10.13
Billy Liucci  -  'Exposed' just doesn't cover how far the Aggies have fallen in a mere 10 days. After putting up less than a fight at home in a supposed redemption game, the program has questions to face and little time to do it.
 
Brice Jones  -  The 2016 Westfield receiver, long desiring to be an Aggie, finally ended the formalities on Saturday with his verbal pledge to Kevin Sumlin's program. One set of factors in particular made his decision an easy one.
10.12
Olin Buchanan  -  The score failed to reflect how helpless Texas A&M looked and its fans felt when third-ranked Ole Miss got to business on Kyle Field. The Aggies may be on their way to contention in the West, but they're not ready yet.
 
TexAgs Studios  -  Saturday's beating at Ole Miss' hands left fans and observers with a winding list of questions that A&M must answer in a hurry. Attempting to tackle them after the game were Kevin Sumlin and several of his players.
10.09
Brice Jones  -  Blanketed in speculation, the remaining few spots in the 2015 class wait to be filled by some combination of the remaining targets on the staff's board. Who, and in what order? The factors at play are straightforward.
 
Beau Holder  -  The Aggies are left searching for answers after the problems that reared their head against Arkansas led to an embarrassing defeat at MSU's hands. Catch up on Tuesday's discussion in the immediate aftermath.
10.04
TexAgs Studios  -  The Aggies' strong start ceded way on Saturday to A&M's first loss, on the road in disappointing fashion. Kevin Sumlin and his players sat face-to-face with the media after the game to analyze what's next.
9.30
Beau Holder  -  The second in a successive series of tests awaits the Aggies in Starkville this weekend, with plenty to think on after Saturday's win. Follow the A&M coaches' weekly presser with near-verbatim, updating scripts.
9.29
Gabe Bock  -  Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan in hour one. Hour two heard Billy Liucci's take on A&M's comeback win over Arkansas, while hour three featured ESPN.com's Edward Aschoff.
9.28
Billy Liucci  -  The Aggies were frustrated, shooting themselves in the foot and looked dead to rights into the fourth, but they found a way. Sound familiar? We may have seen in the comeback vs. Arkansas what A&M is made of.
9.27
TexAgs Studios  -  Kevin Sumlin's team responded to the Hogs' challenge on Saturday with a come-from-behind effort that left fans on both sides stunned. The Aggie head man and his players joined the media afterward to react.
9.24
Olin Buchanan  -  The Aggies' forceful and immediate defiance of preseason expectations was as unconventional as their head coach. With a Heisman-contending QB, an improved defense and worlds of confidence, why not Texas A&M?
9.23
Gabe Bock  -  The best conference division ... of all time? It was a legitimate question some pondered on Tuesday with A&M set to re-enter SEC play in the West. TexAgs presents the most important bits from the media session.
 
Beau Holder  -  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.
9.21
Billy Liucci  -  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.
9.20
Olin Buchanan  -  The quality of competition the last three weeks is less of a story than how A&M faced it. Undefeated, sitting on a quality road win and featuring emerging young talent, the Aggies head into SEC play as contenders.
 
TexAgs Studios  -  Everyone got in on the fun during the Aggies' rout, with several players seeing their first extended action and others having career games. Kevin Sumlin and his players assessed their 4-0 start after the game.
9.16
Gabe Bock  -  With injuries to several key players drawing the most curiosity and the Aggies preparing to close out a three-week 'warm-up stretch,' Kevin Sumlin and his coaches and players had much to tackle on Tuesday.
 
Beau Holder  -  A trip to Dallas awaits with the Aggies carrying plenty of teaching material from their victory against Rice; in the Kyle Field media room to discuss are A&M's coaches and players. Follow along with us in real time.
9.15
Billy Liucci  -  Against Rice, Texas A&M failed to look playoff-worthy for the first time in three games this season — and still won by 28. There are two sides to the same victory, but sharper focus must come in short order.
9.14
Olin Buchanan  -  Texas A&M cruised in a victory that nonetheless encouraged very few. Still, the Aggies sit at 3-0. Meanwhile in Columbia, S.C. and Blacksburg, Va., more doubts about Kevin Sumlin's squad may have been erased.
9.09
Beau Holder  -  Carrying a No. 7 ranking, A&M now prepares for a second straight visit from the Owls. Kevin Sumlin, his coordinators and players discussed Rice and a litany of topics during Tuesday's weekly press conference.
9.08
Billy Liucci  -  A defeat of an outclassed opponent is nothing special, but the methodical precision with which Texas A&M is defeating each successive opponent is. It's time to proclaim it: there's a titan growing in College Station.
9.07
TexAgs Studios  -  Kevin Sumlin and members of his team sat down with the media following Saturday's blowout to discuss what they sought to accomplish against Lamar, the actual results and looking ahead on the schedule.
 
Olin Buchanan  -  A look around Kyle Field and the Texas A&M facilities shows that the program is putting all the necessary pieces in place. On the actual field of play, the Aggies reiterated against Lamar, the plan's coming together.
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