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The LiucciCast: A&M heading down on the Bayou for regular season finale

November 26, 2019
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The Aggies came up short against Georgia and now turn their attention to a match-up with LSU in Baton Rouge this Saturday. Billy Liucci and Hunter Goodwin recap the Ags' loss to the Bulldogs and look ahead to their highly-anticipated rematch with the Tigers.

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The LiucciCast: A&M heading down on the Bayou for regular season finale

3,586 Views | 2 Replies | Last: 6 days ago by Cotton79
TAMU74
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I agree Lucci that our corners and oline must have a banner game.
And you're right Hunter we have to be able to run the ball.
Spiller and Kellin have got to make it happen running the ball.
I hope Richardson can get some good playing time.
I think he could be a game changer.
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I went to the UGA game. Loved it!... 'cept the Referee Charlie Foxtrot... cough, cough... um.... "outscoring" at the end pf the game.

I agree with Looch that Athens, GA is a great town. I'll take it one step further: it's a fantastic college gameday experience; I'd love to play there more frequently! Their "Northgate" section - ie, the eateries right across the street from campus - is several fold larger than the Dixie Chicken, et al. The Chicken is great, don't get me wrong; we just need more venues like it in walking distance. To be fair, UGA is the oldest public university in the nation; started in 1793. So, it's steeped in history and heritage. From what I can tell, they take great care in that heritage, and that's why it is such a great place for college football.

BUT, I disagree with Hunter about the third down noise at Samford Stadium. Geez... it's cheesy. If you have to have the announcer get you jacked up along with the video board going "3rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrdd DOWN!," then there's something wrong. Sure, everybody from pros to colleges do that sort of stuff; that and the vendor "dot races, whatever" to keep fans interested. Seriously? Shoot, they're not announcers as much as they are WWF-like DJs. But A&M has Yell Leaders, and if left to do their job (which they do well btw), then Kyle Field can blow anyone away.

It's not in the electronics in a stadium that matters; it's what is in the heart and vocal chords of the fans. Make up your mind as to what you want to be.
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