Baseball Thoughts: Pepperdine 2, Texas A&M 1
Texas A&M's first loss of the season was marred by Austin Homan's uncharacteristically poor performance, but there were some positives for the Aggies on Saturday. Stephen Kolek and George Janca played well. Gabe Bock shared his thoughts after the game.
TexAgs Radio: Friday full show podcast
Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan and an interview with Aaron Torres in hour one. Hour two heard from Scott Clendenin, Abby Kowal and Trelle McCombs, while hour three was all Billy Liucci.
Jordan Pugh talks expanded staff, A&M's position heading into spring
Former A&M and NFL defensive back Jordan Pugh joined Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio to share his thoughts on A&M hiring new support positions on their football staff, spring football starting up soon and more.
Stephen McGee discusses the importance of getting QB pressure
Former Texas A&M and NFL quarterback Stephen McGee joined Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio to talk about the importance of rushing the quarterback, replacing Myles Garrett's production and more.
TexAgs Radio: Thursday full show podcast
Thursday's show featured the GO Hour and an interview with Stephen McGee in hour one. Hour two heard from Logan Lee and Tap Bentz, while hour three featured Jordan Pugh and Gary Blair.
Kendall Rogers on A&M's 4-0 start, first week results around the country
During Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, D1Baseball's Kendall Rogers reviewed A&M's play so far this season, discussed which players have stepped up, looked at how well the SEC has competed and shared his best and worst performances after the first week of play.
John Harris talks new mock draft, quarterback shakeup near the top
John Harris of the Houston Texans joined Wednesday's program to talk about the quarterback shakeup in his latest mock draft, what he likes and doesn't like about Cam Robinson, what the Houston Texans should do with their pick, and much more.
Goodbye for Now: Kayce Smith & Annie Kunz detail their next stop
During Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Kayce Smith and Annie Kunz joined to discuss their departure from College Station to take the next step in their lives as they depart to opposite ends of the country for new opportunities.
Dr. John Thornton previews Arkansas, looks beyond 2017 season
Former A&M player, coach, and interim AD Dr. John Thornton joined Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio to discuss the Aggies' win over Auburn, their upcoming game against Arkansas and his confidence in the direction of the A&M program.
TexAgs Radio: Wednesday full show podcast
Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan and an interview with Dr. John Thornton in hour one. Hour two heard from Kendall Rogers, Kayce Smith, Annie Kunz and Alex Parker, while hour three featured John Harris and Lyn Scarbrough.
Post-game Thoughts: Texas A&M 6, Stephen F. Austin 5
Olsen Magic is alive and well in 2017, as the Aggies won their first Tuesday night contest of the season in a wild 12th inning finish. Recovering from a 5-run third inning, A&M fought its way back and found a way to finish.
Rob Childress on sweeping Bowling Green, outings of his freshmen
During Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Texas A&M baseball coach Rob Childress joined to discuss his team's performance in a sweep of Bowling Green over the weekend, facing SFA tonight and more.
Billy Kennedy talks Auburn performance, gearing up for Arkansas
During Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Texas A&M men's basketball coach Billy Kennedy joined to discuss beating Auburn on Saturday, tomorrow's contest with the Arkansas Razorbacks and more.
TexAgs Radio: Tuesday full show podcast
Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan in hour one. Hour two heard from Boomer White and Billy Kennedy, while hour three featured Ryan Brauninger and Rob Childress.
Boomer White talks A&M's opening weekend, standout freshmen and more
Former A&M baseball player Boomer White joined Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio to discuss the Aggies' sweep of Bowling Green, the impressive freshmen, what he misses most about playing at Olsen Field and more.
Diamond Thoughts: Freshmen impress in big opening weekend
The Aggies entered the 2017 season with some key question marks after losing several key players, especially at the plate. Though it's hard to draw conclusions from three non-conference games, initial returns give A&M cause for optimism.