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.
Aggies grind out win over Islanders behind Tyler Davis' big night, 86-69
Texas A&M had it's share of ups and downs against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Monday but eventually pulled away late in the first half. Tyler Davis scored a career-high 25, and Admon Gilder added 17 points of his own in the win.
Aggies eager to get back on the court against A&M-Corpus Christi
Texas A&M fell just short against UCLA a week ago in California and hasn't played since. With Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in the headlights on Monday night, the Aggies are ready to get back on the court.
Texas A&M to take on Kansas State in AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl
On Sunday, Texas A&M was chosen to represent the SEC in the Texas Bowl. The Aggies will take on the Kansas State Wildcats on December 28th in Houston at 8 p.m. Both teams enter the matchup at 8-4.
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2016 results highlight the question: When is eight enough?
After another season with eight regular season wins and a middle-of-the-pack finish in the SEC standings, A&M fans are asking how long the program will consider eight wins good enough.
Around CFB: Season's end brings as much disappointment as glory
Alongside the exuberance of teams and fans eyeing championship, the close of another college football season also carries with it the disappointment of underwhelming programs. That, plus Heisman and playoff leaders.
Texas A&M basketball falls to UCLA in Wooden Legacy final, 74-67
Texas A&M played well in the final of the Wooden Legacy Tournament but went cold from beyond the arc and fell to the nationally-ranked Bruins. Admon Gilder led the Aggies with 17 points, but D.J. Hogg was just 4-18 from the field.
Aggies storm back from 17-point deficit to edge Hokies, 68-65
Texas A&M faced a steep second half climb against Virginia Tech but put together a determined effort on both ends of the floor for an impressive comeback win. The Aggies will face the UCLA-Nebraska winner on Sunday.
Familiar November collapse amplifies hard questions for Sumlin
With multiple Tigers' starters out and A&M quarterback Trevor Knight making a surprise return, the Aggies were poised to cap the season on a high note. Instead they came up flat in another bad loss at Kyle Field.
Post-Game Review: LSU 54, Texas A&M 39
LSU scored early and often, and the Aggie defense had no answers as the Tigers rolled in the season finale at Kyle Field. Texas A&M finishes the regular season 8-4 overall and 4-4 in SEC play.
Task at Hand: Vanquishing LSU will be no easy feat for Texas A&M
Any time you play a team missing its star running back and stalwart middle linebacker, you expect it to be an easy game, right? Not against LSU. Texas A&M will need to play well in all phases to take home a Thanksgiving Day win.
Clear Complexion: Texas A&M preparing for high-stakes LSU matchup
Texas A&M's November has been far from perfect, but the Aggies still have a lot to play for on Thursday. A win could net them a Sugar Bowl berth and a chance for a special season. A loss would lock them into an 8-4 finish once again.
Around CFB: Knight, Hubenak embody painful reality of SEC football
Monday's Texas A&M press conference revealed that Trevor Knight is still hopeful to return sooner than planned and that Jake Hubenak almost couldn't throw last week. The Aggie QB situation plus Heisman and playoff leaders.
SIAP... Beckwith out, Fournette day to day
14 days ago by Olin Buchanan
Better by a Myles: a healthy Garrett leads Aggies in win over UTSA
Though he says he's still not fully back to form, A&M defensive end Myles Garrett reminded everyone how crucial he is to the Aggies' success in a dominant performance Saturday.
Post-Game Review: Texas A&M 23, UT-San Antonio 10
Despite a sometimes lackluster performance and struggling to score points, the Aggies held the visiting Roadrunners to 10 points and broke their two-game losing streak.
Not playing
16 days ago by Olin Buchanan
USC surges past Texas A&M in final minute for 65-63 victory
Despite seeming in control for much of the contest, the Aggies allowed the Trojans back in the game and crumbled late. A DJ Hogg three point shot in the final seconds didn't fall, and USC escaped with a win at Reed Arena.
NBA scouts infesting Reed
17 days ago by Olin Buchanan
Angry Aggie football team looks to take out frustrations on UTSA
After two disappointing losses, Kevin Sumlin says his team is angry and determined to change the script of the last couple of weeks. A home game against UTSA will give them that chance.
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