Olin Buchanan
Olin joined TexAgs in July of 2012 as a columnist. He previously was a national college football writer for Rivals.com and Yahoo. A graduate of White Oak High School in East Texas, Olin worked at newspapers in Longview and Tyler before covering the Aggies for the Bryan-College Station Eagle from 1993-95. He also worked at the Austin American-Statesman for 11 years. He is a member of the Football Writers Association of America and a Heisman Trophy voter.
Damn You, LSU: Aggies still seeking to overcome Tigers
Frustration against LSU is a three-year tradition since Texas A&M joined the SEC — but it goes further back than that. A victory in Baton Rouge would be the first of some much-needed 'letting off steam' against the Aggies' latest rival.
Olin and Jimmy Wright look back on Vanderbilt, ahead to LSU
Texas A&M Football ∙ 1 day ago by Gabe Bock
Each week Gabe Bock, Olin Buchanan and former Texas A&M quarterback Jimmy Wright discuss the latest in Aggie football including their thoughts on upcoming matchups, the SEC as a whole and more.
TONIGHT: Texas A&M vs. Texas, Battle 4 Atlantis First Round
The two teams haven't met since Texas A&M left the Big 12 in 2012. They'll face each other for the first time since on Wednesday night in the Bahamas, with the Aggies carrying a No. 25 ranking and a chance to reverse a recent trend.
The True Test: Aggies gear up to take on Leonard Fournette again
A Texas A&M defense hadn't posted a shutout in 11 years — nor stopped the run most of this season — until Saturday night. LSU's Leonard Fournette, however, is a different problem entirely. The Aggies assert they're ready.
Around CFB: More movement in the Heisman race's final stretch
A Heisman Trophy race that once seemed already gifted to Leonard Fournette is competitive again, with a pair of running backs fighting at the top of TexAgs' resident voter's rankings. Meanwhile, the list of potential title contenders continues to thin.
Aggies find some answers in imperfect, yet dominant showing at Vandy
On Saturday night Texas A&M got its eighth win of the season. But can it get a ninth? Despite a 25-0 shutout of Vanderbilt, it's hard to tell — but the Aggies left Nashville appearing, at the very least, to be on the right track.
Post-Game Review: Texas A&M 25, Vanderbilt 0
In Kyle Allen's return to the starting quarterback position, the Aggies racked up nearly 500 yards of total offense and held Vanderbilt to its season low. Texas A&M moves to 8-3 on the season with its first shutout since 2004.
Aggies start fast, finish strong in 95-70 win to open 3-0
For the first time all season, Texas A&M failed to reach triple digits in scoring. It was about the only thing the Aggies failed to do on Thursday. In a dominant win over Texas A&M Corpus Christi, Billy Kennedy's squad saw a few of its emerging playmakers take another step.
Role Reversal: Arkansas, A&M going different directions in SEC play
On Sept. 26 Texas A&M defeated Arkansas to raise its record to 4-0; the Razorbacks, on the other hand, dropped to 1-3. Since then Arkansas gone 5-1, while the Aggies have floundered. Meanwhile, running backs are still the story elsewhere in the SEC.
Beliucci Hour Lunch
Each Monday and Thursday, Billy Liucci and Brice Jones share their thoughts and observations on Texas A&M athletics during The Beliucci Hour radio show, which airs from 12-1 p.m. on 1150 AM in College Station.
Reality Check: What does Texas A&M's uncertainty against Vanderbilt say?
Usually, the biggest question about a trip to Nashville is choosing between Prince’s and Bolton’s for spicy hot chicken. Yet, in their current state the Aggies face a real challenge against Vanderbilt in search of win No. 8 — and that speaks volumes.
Olin and Jimmy Wright recap Western Carolina, preview Vandy
Texas A&M Football ∙ 8 days ago by Gabe Bock
Each week Gabe Bock, Olin Buchanan and former Texas A&M quarterback Jimmy Wright discuss the latest in Aggie football including their thoughts on upcoming matchups, the SEC as a whole and more.
Open Season: Texas A&M again mulling options at quarterback?
For anyone who watched Saturday's defeat of Western Carolina, anticipating another quarterback competition at Texas A&M wasn't difficult. For those who listened to Kevin Sumlin's past two media appearances, understanding why could be. Where will the Aggies go next?
Aggies spread the wealth in 100-58 beatdown of Southeastern Louisiana
Much attention has been focused on Texas A&M's exciting freshman class, but on Monday night the Aggies' seniors reminded onlookers what they can do. Eleven Aggies scored in a dominant victory that propelled A&M to 2-0 on the season.
Around CFB: Chaos in SEC, Pac-12 & the shifting Heisman race
Who is the second-best team in the SEC? At this point, does it even matter? The winds are shifting across the nation, with the College Football Playoff seemingly open to several scenarios. Meanwhile, one man widened his lead in the Heisman rankings by TexAgs' resident voter.
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