Big 12
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.
Pick Six Previews' Brett Ciancia discusses validity of expanding CFP
6 days ago by Gabe Bock
The 2020 college football season will be the wildest in recent memory. With no cross-conference games between the Power Five schools, should the CFP expand to eight teams in 2020? Pick Six Previews owner Brett Ciancia joined TexAgs Radio to discuss that possibility.
Pick Six Previews' Brett Ciancia reacts to ACC's conference-only decision
13 days ago by Gabe Bock
On Wednesday, the ACC announced it would move to a conference-only-plus-one model for the 2020 season. Pick Six Previews owner Brett Ciancia joined to discuss how this impacts the national landscape and what the SEC might do next.
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Monday Morning Mike: SEC likely headed for conference-only schedule
1 mo ago by Gabe Bock
Mike Huguenin reacts to the Big Ten and Pac-12 decision to play conference-only schedules in the fall of 2020 and explains why the remaining Power 5 conferences are likely to follow suit in the very near future.
Liucci's Take: Thoughts on a potential 'conference only' football season
1 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Should every conference in the country join the Big Ten in playing only in-conference contests this fall, there would certainly be some unique facets to a 2020 college football season. Billy Liucci get creative with what he would like to see if this becomes a reality.
Staples: We’re getting college football answers, but they won’t all be the same
2 mo ago by Andy Staples
Questions are starting to be answered regarding what college football will look like in 2020, but one thing is certain: All of the answers will be different. The Athletic's Andy Staples discusses the latest in the college football landscape.
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.
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.
Around CFB: Big 12 makes statement with Week Two victories
2 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
The much-maligned Big 12 conference has received warranted criticism in recent seasons, but the league made a statement in Week Two, posting multiple note-worthy wins. Olin Buchanan runs down the conference's resurgence in more in his weekly wrap-up.
Truth in numbers: Scoring A&M's jump from the Big 12 to the SEC
3 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Texas A&M is sending nine players to the NFL Combine. The ten-team Big 12 is sending just 18. As Olin Buchanan writes, this is just one more indication that the Aggies' move to the SEC has paid off in a big way.
Around CFB: Playoff picture narrows to twelve Power-Five teams
3 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
As October draws to a close and with the first set of CFP rankings a week away, a dozen teams realistically remain in the hunt for the national title. Plus Olin's latest Heisman ballot, playoff projections, and the Myles Watch.
Around Texas: a round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star state
3 yr ago by Jason Howell
Each week of the college season brings a new list of visits, commitments, and developing storylines among the top talent in the state. Even as the Aggies head out of state, there is plenty of news to follow.
SEC Preview: College football's best of the rest take aim at SEC
3 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
The SEC's reputation as the premier conference in college football has fueled nonstop debate in recent years. In a stellar slate of opening weekend games, other Power 5 teams will make a statement one way or the other.
High Cotton, Part I: A look at the season gone by
7 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Eleven wins. A Heisman Trophy. A dominant Cotton Bowl victory and a top 10 recruiting class. The Aggies achieved more than they could have dreamed in 2012, laying the path for a bright future. Liucci reviews.
Alternate Reality: Texas A&M in this year's Big 12
7 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
The Aggies surpassed all expectations in their first season in the SEC, and they'll get to prove themselves against Big 12 co-champ Oklahoma. It begs the question: Would A&M have won its old conference in 2012?
Cover Story: Of Heismans, BCS bowls, old foes & more
7 yr ago by Billy Liucci
The Aggies and Johnny Manziel made short work of Sam Houston, allowing the focus to turn to a much bigger picture. Liucci shares 12 thoughts on A&M's special season and what the next few weeks will bring.
What does A&M's rise have to do with the Big 12?
7 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
While watching the Aggies succeed in the SEC, some suggested recently that it reflected well on the Big 12. The true fact of the matter is that this A&M is not last year's, and the transitive property can't change that.
Coach Sherrill talks SEC move, future expansion, 2012 football season
8 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Former A&M head coach Jackie Sherrill joined Gabe Bock on TexAgs Radio during Tuesday's show to talk about A&M's move to the SEC, the future of college football conferences and the 2012 football season.
Al Pulliam breaks down keys to beating OU
8 yr ago by Gabe Bock
A&M basketball analyst Al Pulliam joined Gabe Bock and Logan Lee on Wednesday to share his thoughts on the Aggies' season-long struggles and his keys to the game vs. OU in the Big 12 Tournament.
 
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