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Good to Great: Tweaking turnover numbers key to Mond's, A&M's title hopes
25 days ago by Olin Buchanan
For Kellen Mond to be great in his third and final year until head coach Jimbo Fisher, he'll need to begin with limiting his turnovers. However, throughout his career, Mond's turnovers have rarely been the deciding factor in wins and losses.
Fall Camp Five in Five: Pressing Questions
1 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Which Aggies are serious contenders for All-SEC honors? How much difference will a sizable group of seniors make? Is the offensive line SEC ready? Billy Liucci deals with those crucial questions and others that could define the Aggies' 2020 season.
John Harris opines on spectacular Heisman Trophy moments
2 mo ago by Gabe Bock
John Harris of and the Houston Texans joined TexAgs Radio to discuss his latest list which analyzes some of the top Heisman Trophy-winning moments and Johnny Manziel's "Monet Moment" in 2012.
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Top to bottom: Ranking the 2020 Southeastern Conference receiving corps
4 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Putting together a strong receiving corps is a key component to finding success in the Southeastern Conference. With that in mind, which teams in the SEC will field the best group of wide-outs and tight ends in 2020?
Top to bottom: Ranking the 2020 Southeastern Conference signal callers
4 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Kellen Mond made a bold statement at SEC Media Days last year, claiming that he was the conference's best quarterback. That certainly was not the case in 2019, but Mond could actually be the league's top quarterback in 2020.
Monday Morning Mike: Over/Under on wins for the SEC's top programs
4 mo ago by Gabe Bock
With ESPN's Football Power Index putting out projected win totals for the 2020 season, The Athletic's Mike Huguenin joined for a game of Over/Under, comparing the FPI's prediction with his own for the SEC's top contenders.
Stephen McGee analyzes first round quarterbacks from 2020 draft
4 mo ago by Richard Zane
Last week's NFL Draft saw four quarterbacks taken in the first round, two whom the Aggies played against last season. Our QB, Stephen McGee, joined TexAgs Radio to offers his thoughts on each of the four, and their fit with the teams that selected them.
Wrecking Twos: Madubuike could join distinguished group of A&M early-round picks
5 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
There is a long line of Texas A&M defensive standouts selected in the second round of the NFL Draft, and Justin Madubuike could be added to that list this weekend. Aside from Madubuike, three other Aggies could hear their names called in the 2020 NFL Draft.
GO Hour & Stephen McGee preview the first round of the NFL Draft
5 mo ago by Gabe Bock
With the NFL Draft beginning on Thursday night, the GO Hour spent the morning projecting what the first round could look like. Former Texas A&M quarterback and Dallas Cowboys draft choice Stephen McGee shared his thoughts on the 2020 quarterback class.
Fourth before first: How A&M stacks up to last three non-Bama SEC West champs
5 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Since 2012, only three teams have unseated Alabama atop the SEC West. A deep-dive comparison between those three squads and the 2020 Aggies suggests A&M may be well-positioned to become the fourth.
NFL Draft analyst John Harris unveils the 'Harris 100' of 2020's top prospects
5 mo ago by Gabe Bock
The Professor was at it once again on TexAgs Radio as John Harris shared another round of NFL Draft thoughts now that his 'Harris 100' list has been published. Harris offered some insight to some of the big names in this year's draft as well as where Justin Madubuike could be taken.
Luxury or Liability? The case for returning seniors in college football
6 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
In an era marked by stars foregoing their final year of eligibility to go pro or by players transferring out of schools, the value of seniors on a college football roster is ever-changing. According to Jimbo Fisher, that value is at an all-time high.
Dear Andy: Other than Clemson and Alabama, what program would you want to be right now?
7 mo ago by Andy Staples
The Athletic's college football writer Andy Staples again fields questions from readers in this edition of 'Dear Andy.' Staples tackles which programs are the best in college football, the 2019 LSU team's legacy and much more.
2020 Turnover: Gauging attrition for Texas A&M's opponents next season
8 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
No school fields the exact same roster two years in a row. With departing seniors and players declaring early for the NFL, teams can be vastly different from one year to the next. The attrition A&M's opponents face heading into 2020 could certainly fall the Aggies' way.
Ask Liucci: Looking ahead to 2020, assistant coach hires & more
8 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Billy Liucci answers another round of subscriber questions, this time revisiting the current running back situation, addressing the changes on the A&M staff, looking forward to the fall and much more.
Cole Cubelic analyzes LSU's perfect run to a National Championship
8 mo ago by Gabe Bock
During Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, our good friend Cole Cubelic joined us live from ESPN headquarters in Bristol to recap last night's CFP National Championship Game and LSU achieving perfection.
Progressive Panel & Pick Six: Who has the edge in tonight's title game?
8 mo ago by Gabe Bock
During Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Billy Liucci, Olin Buchanan and The Athletic's Mike Huguenin all joined to share their thoughts on which phases LSU and Clemson hold advantages in the 2020 National Championship game.
Stephen McGee analyzes Kellen Mond and the 2020 SEC QB landscape
8 mo ago by Gabe Bock
During Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio, former Texas A&M quarterback Stephen McGee joined to share his thoughts on Kendrick Rogers and Debione Renfro declaring for the draft as well as why Kellen Mond could be the best quarterback in the SEC next season.
Scouting LSU: What coaches who faced them say about the Tigers
8 mo ago by Bruce Feldman
Ahead of next week's College Football Playoff championship game, The Athletic is examining both teams up and down the roster. Bruce Feldman opens up with an in-depth look at the LSU Tigers.
Mandel: Will college football’s newfound Semifinal Saturday finally deliver?
8 mo ago by Stewart Mandel
As the Semifinal Saturday games approach, CFB executive director Bill Hancock is hoping for a change of pace that brings more competition, more excitement and larger audiences, and this may be the year that teams deliver.
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