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Staples: For SEC football in 2020, it just means later
12 days ago by Andy Staples
The SEC announced on Thursday that the beginning of its 2020 football season would be delayed and would exclude non-conference contests, putting some of college football's most storied rivalries on hold. The Athletic's Andy Staples analyzes the conference's decision.
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.
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.
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Setting up your Saturday: Week 8 is all about stretch-run positioning
9 mo ago by Nicole Auerbach
Halfway through the college football season, we have learned a lot about the national landscape, including a top tier all gunning for a CFP spot. The Athletic's Nicole Auerbach analyzes the slate for a Saturday with the potential for upsets.
Around CFB: Head coach help wanted, openings and best candidates
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Each year there are almost as many college head coaching jobs open as there are bowl games. So far this season, Kansas head coach David Beaty was the first to go. As the playoffs approach, many other jobs may be at risk. Plus Olin's Heisman and playoff projections.
Diamond Notes: Tilt with Horned Frogs looms large for Texas A&M
3 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Texas A&M and TCU have produced wild postseason baseball two years running and will have a chance to do so again – this time at the College World Series. The Aggies will try to ease the pain of the 2015 and 2016 Super Regionals by sending the Horned Frogs packing.
As pitching faltered, Texas A&M out-muscled by Louisville in Omaha
3 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Some will question A&M head coach Rob Childress' decisions from the loss to the Cardinals, but the fact remains that Louisville was just a better team than Texas A&M on Sunday. Now, the Aggies will face elimination when they return to the field.
Baseball Photo Gallery: Louisville 8, Texas A&M 4
3 yr ago by Abby Kowal
Post-Game Wrap: Louisville 8, Texas A&M 4
3 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Gabe Bock and John Scheschuck got together after Texas A&M's loss to the Cardinals and discussed the decision to start Corbin Martin, Texas A&M's pitching situation, the near-comeback, the College World Series experience and more.
Aggie Baseball falls to Louisville to open College World Series, 8-4
3 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Texas A&M starter Corbin Martin struggled through 1.2 innings, and the Aggies found themselves in a hole they couldn't climb out of against the Cardinals. The loss sends the Maroon and White to the loser's bracket in Omaha.
College World Series Final: Louisville 8, Texas A&M 4
3 yr ago by Dalton Hughes
Texas A&M and Louisville continue their journey for college baseball supremacy at the College World Series. Follow along and join the conversation as the Aggies and Cardinals begin the next leg of their quest for a championship.
Gameday Musings: Aggies prepare to take on powerhouse Louisville
3 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Texas A&M is facing a tall order when it comes to beating Louisville at the College World Series, but the Cardinals are not unbeatable. The Aggies will need to come through at the plate against Brendan McKay and hold the Cards' bats in check to get to the winner's bracket.
Aggies hang hopes for College World Series crown on pitching, defense
3 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Texas A&M enters its first College World Series since 2011 as an underdog, sporting the lowest RPI of the eight-team field. But a roomy outfield at TD Ameritrade Park plays to the strengths of the Aggies team - strong pitching and reliable defense.
College World Series Preview: Texas A&M, Louisville, TCU & Florida
3 yr ago by David Sandhop
Texas A&M finds itself matched up with college baseball powerhouses on its side of the College World Series bracket. The Aggies will need to continue to play clean baseball and get stellar pitching performances to advance to the championship series in Omaha.
Jeff Greer gives in-depth thoughts on Louisville, Omaha and more
3 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Jeff Greer covers the Louisville Cardinals for the Louisville Courier-Journal and called in to today's show to give his take on the Cardinals' road to Omaha, the heart-breaking losses they've experienced over the last two years and more.
CWS Press Conference: Childress, Bracket 2 coaches preview Omaha
3 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
A day before the 2017 College World Series begins, the four head coaches of the teams in Bracket 2 - Texas A&M, Louisville, Florida and TCU - met with the media to discuss their team's journey to Omaha and their remaining path to a championship.
Aggie head coach Rob Childress previews A&M's trip to Omaha
3 yr ago by Lexie Hudson
After a thrilling run through the first two rounds of the postseason, Texas A&M is preparing to trek to the College World Series. Wednesday afternoon head coach Rob Childress visited with media about his team's preparation, the rally pickles and more.
Diamond Notes: On Omaha-bound Aggies and the MLB Draft
3 yr ago by Gabe Bock
After two thrilling Super Regional wins over the weekend, Texas A&M now turns its attention to a loaded College World Series field. We review the weekend, begin previewing Omaha and run down what to expect as the MLB Draft unfolds this week.
The Team That Couldn't: Despite Jake Hubenak's rise, Texas A&M falls
4 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Following Texas A&M's 27-21 loss to Louisville in the 2015 Music City Bowl, the first reaction may be to lament the quarterback situation. That would be sorely misguided. Jake Hubenak nearly willed the Aggies back with a strong second half — but the Aggies faltered when it counted.
Photo Gallery: Aggies fall to Louisville in the 2015 Music City Bowl, 27-21
4 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
Even in defeat, another triple-digit rushing night from Tra Carson, Josh Reynolds' 11-catch effort and Jake Hubenak's strong second half set the tone for Texas A&M in Nashville. TexAgs presents the story of the game in an extensive collection of images.
 
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