Trevor Knight, Aggies' new offense steal show in Maroon & White Game
At the conclusion of Texas A&M's first Spring Game since 2013, Kevin Sumlin indicated little may have changed in the quarterback competition. Yet, it was Trevor Knight — at the helm of Noel Mazzone's system — that delivered the most intrigue on Saturday.
Ten snippets from Texas A&M's 2016 Spring Game
A new offensive system — and a new man running it — were the top stories of Saturday's Spring Game, during which Texas A&M flashed a sign of things to come this fall. Alongside Trevor Knight on the list of notables were Trayveon Williams, the D-line and more.
Kevin Sumlin recaps the lessons from Texas A&M's 2016 spring football
Another spring season is set to draw to a close for Kevin Sumlin and his Texas A&M football team, which plays the Maroon & White game on Saturday. Following Thursday's practice the Aggies' head man addressed Speedy Noil, various players' progress and much more.
Kevin Sumlin, NFL-aspiring Aggies sum up results of Pro Day
In the annual on-campus feeding frenzy for the NFL's draft-oriented minds, a horde of pro scouts and position coaches were on hand on Wednesday to see the Aggies vying for a shot at the League. Following the tests and drills, they broke down how they performed.
Kevin Sumlin sizes up Aggies' spring progress, looks ahead to FNL
The spring football season is nearing its final leg, and Kevin Sumlin's focus lies somewhere between what he's seen from his Texas A&M team and what he wants to see when the Aggies hit Kyle Field for Friday Night Lights. On Wednesday, Sumlin summed it up.
Kevin Sumlin recaps Texas A&M's return to spring practice
On Tuesday the Aggies returned from Spring Break and Kevin Sumlin resumed a familiar position: in front of the microphones. Following practice the Texas A&M head coach discussed the SMU staff's visit, the running back stable and the week ahead.
Kevin Sumlin rings in the spring, Aggie Football's new outlook
It's a new season for Texas A&M Football, which welcomed three new coaches and three early enrollees for Monday's start of spring practices. Kevin Sumlin met the media to discuss the changes and his expectations for the Aggies as March arrives.
Seventeen in '17: An early wish list for Texas A&M's 2017 class
Texas A&M's second junior day draws near, calling to mind the Aggies' needs in the 2017 recruiting class and where to go from their start. From here, seventeen targets ranging from the highest-priority to fast-risers and sleepers can make or break the cycle.
The Sunny Side: Why big improvement is in reach for the 2016 Aggies
A wary eye cast in the direction of the Texas A&M football program will encounter a list of concerns to address before dreams of grandeur in 2016 can even take shape. But look closer — a combination of new coaching, talent available and options could make for an accelerated rebuild.
Scattershooting the Class: Final musings on Texas A&M's 2016 haul
The ink is dry, putting to bed a 2016 recruiting class that was as eventful as any. Texas A&M brought in 21 new players, many versatile and several highly ranked. Yet, did the class accomplish what Kevin Sumlin set out to do?
Kevin Sumlin puts a wrap on the 2016 cycle, sizes up Aggies' class
Another recruiting cycle is in the books, one with perhaps more consternation than most. After inking a solid 21-man haul, Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin joined the media to address which needs were met and where the Aggies go from here.
Aggies add D.C. athlete Aaron Hansford on Signing Day
Texas A&M desperately needed to add a tight end to the 2016 Signing Class after losing Irv Smith late in the process. On Wednesday afternoon, the Aggies' needs were met with a late addition from the East Coast: Aaron Hansford, who projects as a potential H-back.
Thoughts on Eric Hyman stepping down from Texas A&M AD position
Tuesday's announcement that Texas A&M will be in the market for a new AD comes at a curious time, but it sends an unambiguous message about the University's vision for the athletic department and its relationship to Aggie Football.
Aggies respond to Music City Bowl loss, ponder what's next
On a night when Texas A&M fell in disappointing fashion to finish 8-5 after a promising start to the season (sound familiar?), Kevin Sumlin's program was left to face a litany of questions. Following Wednesday's 27-21 loss, the Aggies attempted to begin answering them.
Texas A&M, Louisville coaches break down 2015 Music City Bowl
On Tuesday Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin, Louisville coach Bobby Petrino, Aggies coordinators Jake Spavital and John Chavis and Cardinals coordinators Garrick McGee and Todd Grantham sat down with the media to discuss a 2015 Music City Bowl with a host of storylines.