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Around CFB: Perception of the Big Ten West division is changing
2 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Ohio State is the toast of the Big Ten and likely figures to win their fourth-consecutive conference title this season. However, the Buckeyes play in the Big Ten East, which is beginning to look like the weaker of the league's two divisions.
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Setting up your Saturday: What’s left as college football postponements pile up?
2 mo 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 mo 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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Setting up your Saturday: The weekend we’ve all been waiting for has arrived
1 yr ago by Nicole Auerbach
LSU-Alabama is undoubtedly the main event on Saturday, however, Weekend 11 offers a full array of games with implications of all sizes and on paper appears to be some of the best matchups this season.
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Setting up your Saturday: Auburn, Florida outcome will shape SEC and playoff races
1 yr ago by Nicole Auerbach
The Athletic's Nicole Auerbach outlines the matchups to keep an eye on as several Top 25 matchups, including an SEC heavyweight bout, headline a strong slate of week six college football games.
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The Climb: Why a top-15 leap isn't unreasonable for Aggies' defense
4 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Recently, Kevin Sumlin claimed this season Texas A&M may do something statistically improbable: improve from a middle-of-the-pack defense to an elite one. Quite a leap, right? Not after comparing the most recent success story's checklist to the Aggies' components.
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Aggies in top two for Denton Ryan DE Earnest Brown
4 yr ago by Brice Jones
One of many participants in The Opening's Dallas regional, 2017 Denton Ryan defensive end Earnest Brown has blown up on the recruiting circuit at an accelerated pace. Among the offers he's fielding, Texas A&M ranks alongside one other at the head of the pack.
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Storyline Saturday: What to watch in college football's Week 6
5 yr ago by TexAgs
A duel of dominant defenses in Ann Arbor, a clash of undefeateds in Utah (of all places), Texas' struggles and Alabama's potential trap game. Even as No. 9 Texas A&M sits out the weekend, college football is poised for an entertaining slate in Week 6.
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Craig James' Pick Express: Week 13
7 yr ago by Craig James
With an expert's touch, the former SMU and Patriots running back and ESPN commentator explains his picks for the likely winners of Texas A&M-LSU and a number of other ranked matchups throughout the nation.
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Craig James' Pick Express: Week 7
7 yr ago by Craig James
A slate of exciting games awaits the nation's college football fans with the season's second half rounding into shape. The former SMU and Patriots running back and ESPN broadcaster adds an expert's view.
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Craig James' Pick Express: Week 6
7 yr ago by TexAgs
Top 25 matchups are brewing and conference races are set up to begin to take shape. The former ESPN broadcaster and star SMU and Patriots running back brings an expert take to the top matchups of the week.
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Bowl Bound: Once games are done, where will Aggies fall?
8 yr ago by Billy Liucci
In the final week of the regular season, Florida all but locked up the SEC's final BCS spot. Red-hot A&M, however, has could land in a number of other quality bowls. Liucci analyzes the possibilities and likelihoods.
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Contender or Pretender: Which unbeatens finish the year unscathed?
8 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Seventeen undefeated teams (SEC excluded) remain with their season intact. Which teams have a chance to make it to Miami, which teams have no shot at the title and who should be on upset watch this week?
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Pick Your Poison: Which hot starts are legitimate?
8 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Fifteen power-conference teams opened the season 4-0, but not all are equally worthy of acclaim. Who has proven their worth, who has work left to do and what are the nation's best (and worst) games in Week 5?
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Benenoch narrows list of suitors
8 yr ago by Logan Lee
The offensive lineman from Katy Seven Lakes talked to TexAgs about his most recent recruiting trip, the start of the upcoming season and the schools he considers contenders for his highly sought commitment.
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Heath defensive end making the rounds
8 yr ago by Brice Jones
2013 Rockwall-Heath DE Jay Arnold made himself busy during Spring Break, trekking to Chicago to take a visit to Northwestern. How did he rate the trip, and where else will he venture before making a decision?
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Predictions for A&M sports in 2012 and more
9 yr ago by Brandon Leone
Brandon Leone filled in for Gabe Bock on Wednesday and was joined for an hour in-studio by Homer Jacobs and Terrence Murphy. They went through their 2012 A&M sports predictions, talked football and more.
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The latest in coaching staff news and recruiting
9 yr ago by Brandon Leone
Billy Liucci and Seth McKinney join Brandon Leone Wednesday on TexAgs Radio to discuss the candidates to fill out Kevin Sumlin's coaching staff, the latest news in recruiting, a look ahead to 2012 and more.
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Sherrill's manifesto: Thoughts on bowl win, Sumlin & more
9 yr ago by Jackie Sherrill
Former Texas A&M head coach Jackie Sherrill joined Gabe Bock and the gang Tuesday on TexAgs Radio and had a lot of his mind regarding the win over Northwestern, Kevin Sumlin's off-season agenda and more.
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Ags launch into 'Offseason of Change' with 33-22 win
9 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Ben Malena ran for 77 yards and two touchdowns in place of Cyrus Gray, whose classmates made their final game one to remember. A&M won its first bowl game since 2001 and said goodbye to an era in Houston.
 
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