Leone, Brandon
Brandon Leone
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WATCH HERE: Early Signing Day Show
Football Recruiting ⋅ 1 mo ago by TexAgs
Featuring interviews with 2023 signees and high school coaches and analysis from Billy Liucci, Chris Taylor, Brandon Leone, Steve McKinney, Jamie McCoy and Ryan Brauninger, TexAgs presents its four-hour Signing Day special in video form.
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LIVE: The 15th annual TexAgs National Signing Day Show
Football Recruiting ⋅ 1 mo ago by TexAgs
Follow along live as TexAgs presents its 15th annual National Signing Day Show, featuring interviews with 2023 signees and high school coaches and analysis from Billy Liucci, Chris Taylor, Brandon Leone, Steve McKinney, Jamie McCoy and Ryan Brauninger.
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Momentum Shifts: Scoop-and-score provided boost heading into offseason
In the last game of the season, Texas A&M knocked off the fifth-ranked LSU Tigers, sending the Aggies into the offseason with some much-needed momentum to build upon along the recruiting trail this winter and into the 2023 season.
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Post Game Wrap: Texas A&M 38, No. 5 LSU 23
TexAgs' David Nuño and former Texas A&M football players Brandon Leone and Chris Taylor, as well as special guests Billy Liucci and Caroline Fenton, reflect on all of the action from Kyle Field as the Maroon & White ended the 2022 campaign with an upset of No. 5 LSU.
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Momentum Shifts: Feeling thankful to be a Fightin' Texas Aggie
Back in the win column after beating the Massachusetts Minutemen, the Texas A&M Aggies look to close a frustrating 2022 season with a night game at Kyle Field against a Louisiana State team that stole a victory from the Maroon & White last year in Baton Rouge.
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Post Game Wrap: Texas A&M 20, UMass 3
TexAgs' David Nuño and former Texas A&M football players Brandon Leone and Chris Taylor reflect on all of the action from Kyle Field as the Maroon & White ended their six-game losing skid with a win over Massachusetts.
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Momentum Shifts: Aggies still searching for something to change
For the first time since 1972, Texas A&M has lost six consecutive football games as the Aggies slumped to 3-7 following a loss to Auburn. With the clock ticking on the Maroon & White, obvious changes to the program's culture must be implemented and soon.
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TexAgs Post Game Wrap: Auburn 13, Texas A&M 10
TexAgs' David Nuño and former Texas A&M football player Chris Taylor reflect on the disappointment of Texas A&M's sixth-consecutive loss of the 2022 season on the Post Game Wrap.
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Momentum Shifts: Facing adversity allows Aggies chance to change
This fall has been a tumultuous football season for Jimbo Fisher's Fightin' Texas Aggies, and while the on-field results have been well below expectations, hope is not lost for the program. The adversity facing A&M this year has opened prime opportunities for changes.
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Post Game Wrap: Florida 41, Texas A&M 24
TexAgs' David Nuño and former Texas A&M football players Brandon Leone and Chris Taylor reflect on all of the action between Texas A&M and Florida on Saturday afternoon at Kyle Field in another edition of the Post Game Wrap, presented by Higginbotham Insurance.
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Momentum Shifts: Conner Weigman's difference-making capabilities
Texas A&M took its fourth consecutive loss on Saturday night, but thanks to the performance of true freshman quarterback Conner Weigman, many Aggies left Kyle Field with a sense of hope that the Maroon & White can still close the 2022 season strong.
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TexAgs Post Game Wrap: No. 15 Ole Miss 31, Texas A&M 28
TexAgs' David Nuño and former Texas A&M football players Brandon Leone and Chris Taylor reflect on all of the action between Texas A&M and No. 15 Ole Miss on Saturday night at Kyle Field as the Aggies suffered their fourth-consecutive loss.
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Momentum Shifts: Slow starts on offense have led to poor results in '22
Texas A&M's offense has scored fewer than 25 points in their last nine games vs. FBS competition, which puts the Aggies in company with Colorado and Rutgers. Constantly sputtering on offense has to change if the Maroon & White even want to reach their goals.
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Post Game Wrap: South Carolina 30, Texas A&M 24
TexAgs' David Nuño and former Texas A&M football players Brandon Leone and Chris Taylor reflect on all of the action between Texas A&M and South Carolina on Saturday night at Williams-Brice Stadium in another LIVE edition of the Post Game Wrap, presented by Higginbotham Insurance.
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TexAgs Rewind (10/18)
Tuesday's edition of the rewind heard the GO Hour with TexAgs' columnist Olin Buchanan, Charean Williams, former Texas A&M TE Jamie McCoy, former Texas A&M Running Back Brandon Leone and Ben Portnoy of The State Newspaper.
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McCoy, Leone offer former player perspectives heading into Columbia
The Bonham Trophy is up fro grabs this Saturday night as Texas A&M ventures to Williams-Brice Stadium to battle the South Carolina Gamecocks. Ahead of the contest, Jamie McCoy and Brandon Leone offered their thoughts on the Maroon & White as the Ags return from the bye.
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Momentum Shifts: Feeling frustrated and encouraged at the same time
The Fightin' Texas Aggies were so very close to shocking the college football world on Saturday night as they were two yards from upsetting the Tide in Tuscaloosa. Even though it was a loss, Brandon Leone believes Week 6 might have shifted momentum for the entire season.
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TexAgs Post Game Wrap: No. 1 Alabama 24, Texas A&M 20
TexAgs' David Nuño and former Texas A&M football players Jordan Pugh, Brandon Leone and Chris Taylor reflect on a hard-fought contest between Texas A&M and No. 1 Alabama on Saturday evening as the Ags gave the Tide all they could handle.
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Momentum Shifts: Second-quarter fumble sparked meltdown vs. State
Even in Texas A&M's losing effort on Saturday, star running back Devon Achane was arguably the best player on the field vs. Mississippi State. However, it was Achane's second-quarter mistake that shift the momentum as the Bulldogs cruised to a 42-24 blowout.
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Post Game Wrap: Mississippi State 42, No. 17 Texas A&M 24
TexAgs' David Nuño and former Texas A&M football players Brandon Leone and Chris Taylor reflect on the disappointing performance from the Maroon & White on Saturday afternoon in Starkville.
 
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