Storyline Saturday: What to watch in college football's Week 12
We're entering the penultimate segment of the college football schedule, and you know what that means — at last the big games are here. On Saturday titans clash with playoff implications, it's make-or-break time in the SEC and Fenway will be hosting football.
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.
Andy Staples shares his thoughts on Baylor/OU, the Playoff picture
With the season nearing its close, Andy Staples of Sports Illustrated joined Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio to breakdown the Baylor/Oklahoma game, discuss a possible Eight team playoff and update his Heisman hopefuls.
Around CFB: A new Heisman Trophy front-runner emerges
It was a wild weekend in college football, one that saw more structure added to the playoff picture — and the SEC West race. Most notably, TexAgs' resident Heisman voter opines, the trophy could once again be up for grabs.
Around CFB: A playoff field narrowed, a two-man Heisman race
College football's craziness continued in Atlanta, where Georgia Tech's last-play victory eliminated another unbeaten. Elsewhere, some fell from the ranks of contention (yes, including Texas A&M). In the Heisman rankings by TexAgs' resident Trophy voter, it's more of the same.
Around CFB: Playoff, Heisman pictures coming into focus
Oh, Michigan. Elsewhere in America, the ranks of the undefeated and contenders continued to thin, Memphis made its statement and Leonard Fournette solidified his iron grasp on the top spot in the weekly Heisman rankings by TexAgs' resident Trophy voter.
Around CFB: Emerging contenders & Leonard Fournette's Heisman hold
At the season's halfway point, surprise teams have become legit challengers. In College Station, the stage is set to potentially determine the eventual SEC champ. Meanwhile, the Heisman favorite maintains the top spot in the rankings by TexAgs' resident Trophy voter.
Storyline Saturday: What to watch in college football's Week 5
The lights get brighter as the calendar turns to October. Conference races and Playoff contenders will take significant turns in Week 5. Meanwhile in College Station and Fort Worth, the battle for Texas will continue.
Baron Browning opines on John Chavis, Aggies & his Baylor pledge
Though currently committed to Baylor, 2017 Kennedale linebacker Baron Browning — hailed as one of the state's best in his class — maintains consistent contact with Texas A&M in a recruitment that is sure to go on.
Max Wright waiting recruiting process out in early going
Early in his sophomore season 2018 Katy Taylor defensive end Max Wright has already been pegged as a can't-miss prospect in waiting. Following Friday's game he spoke about playing two sports and where he aims for his recruitment to go.
Storyline Saturday: What to watch in college football's Week 1
New coaches. New quarterbacks. Compelling season-opening matchups. What more could you want from college football's return? Here are the most important storylines from the 2015 season's first week.
Joke's on You: Tables turn on Texas A&M's in-state rivals
'Aggie Jokes' were once the delight of many around the state of Texas, before Texas A&M's rise to a place of prominence among the nation's public schools. In recent days unsavory headlines around the state have called into question who the jokes should really be about.
Recruiting Trends: Cause for concern in the 2017 class?
By and large, Texas A&M has scooped from the ranks of the state's best at will since Kevin Sumlin's arrival. The very early results in from some of 2017's top Texas prospects could signal a shift the Aggies must adjust to keep up with.
Diamond Thoughts: Launching to 16-0 in Houston
The run continues for Texas A&M, which is now a bona fide top 10 team — and the nation's only undefeated one. Concerns are quickly shoring up and the Aggies are dominating in every other phase, just in time for SEC play's arrival.
Series Preview: 2015 Houston College Classic
Lingering over the Aggies' undefeated start have been doubts about their level of competition. No longer. A three-game set in Houston against three tourney programs will allow A&M a chance to silence the questions and pad their resume in one fell swoop.