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Liucci: Instant analysis of schedule additions for Aggies, SEC
5 days ago by Billy Liucci
Billy Liucci takes a closer look at the first reveal in the SEC's reshuffling of the 2020 deck, including new games against #8 Florida and Tennessee for the Aggies, as well as some of the highlights and lowlights for other SEC programs.
The Afterparty, Part 1: Billy and Gabe discuss 2020 schedule, Southwest Classic & more
11 days ago by Billy Liucci
There was so much news to get through that there was no way to cover it all in an hour on Friday’s edition of TexAgs Radio, so welcome to the ‘Afterparty.’ Billy and Gabe discuss possible additions to A&M’s 2020 schedule, the future of A&M vs. Arkansas and more.
Pick Six Previews owner Brett Ciancia analyzes the 2020 SEC East
20 days ago by Lia Musgrave
Last week, Pick Six Previews owner Brett Ciancia joined TexAgs Radio to preview the Aggies and the SEC West. This week, he returned to go in-depth on each of the seven teams in the SEC East.
Shortened 2020 schedule could enhance Aggies' hopes for a special season
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
While other SEC programs will feel the growing pains from either new head coaches, new starting quarterbacks or both, Texas A&M returns as one of the most experienced teams in the league, and that experience could give the Aggies an advantage in 2020.
Dear Andy: What college football program is the next sleeping giant?
1 mo ago by Andy Staples
The Athletic's Andy Staples discusses which head coaches have the most job security aside from the big names, who the next sleeping giant in CFB could be and looks at how the new name and likeness rules can appeal to recruits.
Top to bottom: Ranking the 2020 Southeastern Conference secondaries
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Defending the potent passing games in the SEC is a crucial part of stacking wins, and replacing graduates and draft picks with players who will produce is key. As the 2020 season approaches, which secondaries project to be among the conference's best?
Top to bottom: Ranking the 2020 Southeastern Conference linebacker units
2 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Texas A&M's wrecking crew defenses were rooted by strong linebacker groups, but the Aggies haven't had a standout group at the position in years. Could the A&M linebackers finally be close to taking that next step? Olin Buchanan projects where each linebacker corp in the SEC will fall in 2020.
Top to bottom: Ranking the 2020 Southeastern Conference defensive lines
2 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Much like the offensive front, the defensive line play is particularly strong in the Southeastern Conference, but who will have the best defensive front in 2020? Olin Buchanan projects where each of the 14 defensive line units will fall during this upcoming season.
Top to bottom: Ranking the 2020 Southeastern Conference offensive lines
2 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Games in the SEC are won in the trenches and without a functional offensive line, you're not going to be very competitive. Heading into the 2020 campaign, Olin Buchanan projects where each of the 14 offensive fronts falls in comparison with each other.
Author Ron Lang discusses gameday trips to all 14 SEC schools
2 mo ago by Gabe Bock
After spending the 2019 football season visiting each of the Southeastern Conference campus, author Ron Lang wrote his account of each school in his new book, "A Season of Homecomings." Lang joined TexAgs Radio to discuss his trip to A&M and the book as a whole.
Top to bottom: Ranking the 2020 Southeastern Conference receiving corps
2 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Putting together a strong receiving corps is a key component to finding success in the Southeastern Conference. With that in mind, which teams in the SEC will field the best group of wide-outs and tight ends in 2020?
Top to bottom: Ranking the 2020 Southeastern Conference running backs
3 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Running the ball is crucial in a line of scrimmage league like the SEC, and having a star tailback can be a decisive factor as to whether a team sinks or swims. Among the projected starters heading into 2020, which running backs are the best in the league?
Top to bottom: Ranking the 2020 Southeastern Conference signal callers
3 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Kellen Mond made a bold statement at SEC Media Days last year, claiming that he was the conference's best quarterback. That certainly was not the case in 2019, but Mond could actually be the league's top quarterback in 2020.
‘It was really poor officiating’: The time Mike Slive called a disgruntled fan
3 mo ago by Mitchell Light
Vanderbilt was one win away from being bowl eligible in 2005, and many fans feel that at least one win was taken from them by SEC officials. One fan took to email to vent his frustrations and received a surprising phone call from the SEC commissioner the next morning.
Draft Depletion: How the NFL Draft will impact Texas A&M's 2020 foes
3 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Placing college players in the NFL is good in the long term but can also force teams to do some rebuilding. Olin Buchanan examines the rosters of each of Texas A&M's opponents next season to see how they sit following the NFL Draft.
Cover Story: In peculiar times, A&M is well-positioned to adapt and thrive
4 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Jimbo Fisher will be the first to tell you he misses being on the field this spring as much as anyone, but as Billy Liucci examines the potential impacts of a football-less spring, he finds some relatively good news for the Aggies.
Kendall Rogers discusses top week one storylines from college baseball
5 mo ago by Gabe Bock
During Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio, D1Baseball.com's Kendall Rogers joined to share his thoughts from the first week of college baseball, including which teams have been the most surprising and who has been disappointing.
Photo Gallery: No 16 Texas A&M 74, Vanderbilt 53
6 mo ago by Jamie Maury
TexAgs presents a collection of our best shots from No. 16 Texas A&M's 74-53 victory over the Vanderbilt Commodores on Thursday night at Reed Arena.
Carter posts 18 points in her return as the No. 16 Aggies dominate Vanderbilt, 74-53
6 mo ago by Anna Peterson
After missing seven games with an ankle injury, All-American Chennedy Carter made her return to the floor as the Aggies dominated Vanderbilt, 74-53, on Thursday night at Reed Arena. Playing for just 21 minutes, Carter tallied 18 points.
FINAL: No. 16 Texas A&M 74, Vanderbilt 53
6 mo ago by Anna Peterson
After falling to No. 6 Mississippi State over the weekend, the No. 16-ranked Aggies look to get back in the win column as the Vanderbilt Commodores venture into Reed Arena on Thursday night. Follow along with Anna Peterson as she provides live updates of the action.
 
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