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Follow The Money (Ep. 30 with A&M Law School Prof Alex Sinatra)
4 mo ago by TexAgs
In Ep. 30 of College Sports: Follow The Money, Gabe Bock, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin and Jon Heidtke talk latest in NIL, the firing of Scott Frost, CFP expansion and visit with A&M Law School professor Alex Sinatra, who is teaming with Trayveon Williams to teach an NIL class this spring.
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Around CFB: 2022 shaping up to be nation's strangest season since 2007
4 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Through two weeks in 2022, three teams ranked inside the preseason top 10 have already lost to unranked foes. Should this trend continue, this fall could be the crazies season college football has seen since 2007 when 62 ranked teams fell to unranked opponents.
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A&M's hire of Fisher remains the 'splash' of the 2017 coaching carousel
5 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
When Texas A&M hired Jimbo Fisher in 2017, there were a number of skeptics who questioned the move. However, during his time in College Station, Fisher has proved skeptics wrong on and off the field by winning big games and recruiting exceptionally well.
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Around CFB: Frost's onside kick ranks among other poorly puzzling calls
5 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
College football is officially back for the 2022 season and so is Around CFB. Ahead of kickoff of the first full week of games, Olin Buchanan takes you through some of college football's biggest matchups, headlines, Heisman contenders, playoff predictions and much more.
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SEC Network's Tom Hart expresses excitement as college football returns
5 mo ago by David Nuño
During Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Tom Hart of ESPN and the SEC Network spoke about the storylines of college football ahead of Week 1. The play-by-play extraordinaire talked about Aggie's QB1 Haynes King, results of Week 0 and much more.
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Breaking down the league's starting QBs with Host of OutKick 360 Chad Withrow
5 mo ago by David Nuño
Host of OutKick 360 Chad Withrow joined Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio to analyze A&M's starting quarterback and the other starting signal callers named around the country. We also discussed the storylines around the nation as Week 1 officially kicks off.
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Around CFB: Nebraska struggling to find reason to believe under Frost
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Much like the characters Bruce Springsteen wrote about for his 1982 album 'Nebraska,' Cornhuskers fans are short on hope these days. Olin Buchanan looks at Nebraska's struggles plus offers his Heisman thoughts, Playoff projections and best matchups this week.
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Hitting the Week One highlights with SEC Network host Peter Burns
1 yr ago by David Nuño
College football might have started last weekend with a handful of games, but the first full slate across the country is this week. SEC Network host Peter Burns joined TexAgs Radio to hit the biggest storylines ahead of Week One.
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Setting up your Saturday: What’s left as college football postponements pile up?
2 yr ago by Nicole Auerbach
A spike in COVID-19 cases across college football has forced many postponements in this week's action. However, Saturday is still packed with intriguing matchups to watch when you eventually tire of coverage from The Masters.
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Ask Liucci, Part 2: Upcoming stretch run, individual improvements & more
2 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Billy Liucci took to his keyboard once again to answer another round of subscriber questions during this unexpected off week for Texas A&M football. Liucci looks ahead of the Aggies' final four games, discusses which players and position groups have shined thus far & much more.
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Around CFB: Based on market value, Fisher absolutely worth the money
2 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Those in the national media love to point out Jimbo Fisher's mega-contract, which pays him $7.5 million per year. However, those same writers seem to gloss over the fact that many other coaches have huge salaries and don't win nearly as much as Fisher does.
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Hop's Deep Reflections: Starkel's Spartan debut, poking fun at FSU & more
2 yr ago by David Sandhop
Texas A&M was idle on Saturday, but there was still a full slate of college football greatness and wackiness for David Sandhop to critique. He shares his thoughts on Nick Starkel leading San Jose State to victory, big-play celebrations around the country and much more.
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Around CFB: Following tumultuous offseason, Big Ten football returns
2 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
After trying to strong-arm other members of the Power 5 to sit out the 2020 season with them, the Big Ten decided that they'd play an abbreviated, conference-only schedule like everyone else, and big-time college football in the midwest finally makes its return this weekend.
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Around CFB: Even after big win over Gators, Fisher feels no need for vindication
2 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Jimbo Fisher likes his program's direction, but vindication isn't on his mind. Olin Buchanan describes Fisher's view of A&M's progress and offers his weekly thoughts on the Heisman, playoff race and games to watch.
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Pick Six Previews' Brett Ciancia reacts to Big Ten, Pac-12 cancelation and more
2 yr ago by Gabe Bock
In a week where two Power 5 conferences canceled their 2020 football season, the landscape of college football is still ever-changing. Brett Ciancia of Pick Six Previews joined TexAgs Radio to react to the latest storylines around the nation.
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Dear Andy: Will decisions over crowd sizes this fall create inequities, conflict?
2 yr ago by Andy Staples
The Athletic's Andy Staples discusses the process of how a team determines their interim coach and possible disparities in crowd-size rules due to COVID-19. He also ranks college football stadiums based on their legendary moments as well as readily available spices.
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Around CFB: Week one reactions will be tested by week two realites
3 yr 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.
 
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