SEC
While some plan to throw in the towel, Hogs ready to run SEC gauntlet
2 days ago by Olin Buchanan
Arkansas' schedule was already ridiculously hard before the Razorbacks drew both Georgia and Florida as their new crossover opponents, yet the Hogs still intend to play. If they're willing to face that schedule amid a pandemic, maybe others should consider playing as well.
Gators, Vols make A&M's road tougher, but destination remains the same
4 days ago by Olin Buchanan
The Aggies' 2020 schedule was expected to be far more benevolent than the 2019 version, which was perhaps the toughest in program history. A pandemic-induced addition of two strong SEC foes changed that, but it won't change A&M's aspirations.
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.
Texas A&M to host Florida, play at Tennessee in 2020 schedule additions
5 days ago by Olin Buchanan
The SEC announced Friday that Texas A&M will add both #8 Florida and Tennessee to its 2020 football schedule as part of the adjusted 10-game, SEC-only scheduling model.
Texas A&M ranked #13 in preseason Coaches Poll
6 days ago by Thad Norvell
With every glimpse of normal a welcome sight in a football offseason that has been anything but normal, the Amway Coaches Poll published by USA Today was released Thursday morning. The Aggies rolled in at #13 in the preseason poll after finishing the 2019 season unranked.
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.
Bjork addresses questions, new details following changes to SEC's 2020 plan
12 days ago by Olin Buchanan
One day after the SEC announced it would transition plans toward a 10-game, conference-only scheduling model, Texas A&M AD Ross Bjork spoke with the media to answer questions and offer new details about how the Aggies' season could unfold
SEC announces 10-game, conference-only schedule starting September 26
13 days ago by Olin Buchanan
The Southeastern Conference has announced that the league will be altering its 2020 football schedule to include ten conference games with plans to kick off the season on September 26.
Liucci: Updates on SEC's likely move to conference-only schedule & more
14 days ago by Billy Liucci
Billy Liucci weighs in on the news that the SEC will transition to a ten-game, conference-only schedule in 2020, including updates on likely timelines and other key details as the college football landscape continues to shift.
Bjork eyeing June 1 for potential reopening of Aggie athletic facilities
2 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
On Tuesday, Ross Bjork expressed optimism that the SEC would reopen its member universities' athletic facilities on June 1, preparing student-athletes for full seasons of fall sports later this year.
Ask Me Anything Recap: Former A&M president Dr. R. Bowen Loftin
2 mo ago by TexAgs
Former Texas A&M president R. Bowen Loftin joined TexAgs Premium subscribers for another TexAgs AMA, fielding questions on Monday morning. We have assembled the full list of questions along with the legendary Bowtie's answers.
SEC's Herb Vincent provides a sports update on the coronavirus
4 mo ago by Lia Musgrave
As more questions arise regarding the future of sports due to the coronavirus, Lia Musgrave talks to SEC Associate Commissioner Herb Vincent about why the SEC made the decisions they did and what the future holds moving forward.
DEVELOPING: SEC extends suspension date, NCAA may grant extra eligibility
5 mo ago by TexAgs
With a constant stream of new developments in response to public health concerns related to the coronavirus, TexAgs is tracking the major storylines in this updating story.
Monday night musings (on a Tuesday morning): Texas Bowl, recruiting & more
8 mo ago by Billy Liucci
With bowl season upon us, Billy unfurls a series of late-night thoughts on Texas A&M's bowl assignment, the college football playoff rankings, the Aggies' stretch run in the 2020 recruiting class and more.
Staples: It’s time to fix SEC scheduling, and there is a viable solution
10 mo ago by Andy Staples
This weekend, Auburn coach Guz Malzahn will take his first trip to Florida despite coaching in the SEC for eleven years. Texas A&M will play Georgia for the first time in its eighth season in the league. Andy Staples says enough is enough and details a better way for the SEC.
Around CFB: Week one reactions will be tested by week two realites
11 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Some surprising results in week one had many making typical premature declarations about which teams are done, which conferences are overrated, and so forth. As the dust settles, week two offers some more telling contests that should quell any early overreactions.
Around CFB: Trio of well-known QBs should lead the 2019 Heisman race
11 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Olin Buchanan is back with his weekly rundown of the national college football scene. TexAgs' Heisman voter starts 2019 looking at three familiar quarterbacks who should make strong cases for college football's top individual prize.
How Texas A&M became the Lone Star State's lone SEC Program
11 mo ago by Andy Staples
Now clearly at home in the SEC, Texas A&M traveled a wild and uncertain road in exiting the Big 12 eight years ago. The Athletic's Andy Staples recounts A&M's decision to chart its own course.
Group text: The Athletic's CFB writers predict the 2019 SEC football season
12 mo ago by Stewart Mandel
WIth the 2019 season just around the corner, The Athletic's Bruce Feldman, Stewart Mandel and Andy Staples offer their predictions of how the SEC will shake out along with a glimpse into their group text picking at each other's projections.
Williams, Keke, McCoy to represent Texas A&M at SEC Media Days
2 yr ago by Chase McGuire
Texas A&M has announced that three veteran Aggie football players will be available to speak to the media at SEC Media Days 2018. Trayveon Williams, Kingsley Keke and Erik McCoy will join head coach Jimbo Fisher in Atlanta for the SEC's annual preseason blowout.
 
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