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Reunion Time: Some of TexAgs Radio's favorites pay tribute to Gabe
11 mo ago by Gabe Bock
We couldn't say goodbye to Gabe without getting some former TexAgs Radio personalities and employees back together. Fifteen former members of our team joined Friday's show to say thanks to the only host TexAgs Radio has ever known.
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TexAgs Radio: Monday (5/13) full show
3 yr ago by Luke Heaton
Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan and an interview with Mike Huguenin in hour one. Hour two heard Heath Clary, Will Bolt and Courtney Collard, while hour three heard Jason Howell, a Q&A with Admon Gilder and Aaron Torres.
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TA Radio Ep. 1985 with Luke Heaton (OB, Huguenin | Clary, Bolt | Admon interview)
3 yr ago by Luke Heaton
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126:13
TexAgs Radio: Friday (5/10) full show
3 yr ago by Luke Heaton
Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio was hosted by Luke Heaton and featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan in hour one. Hour two heard Scott Clendenin and Courtney Collard, while hour three heard Billy Liucci.
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TA Radio Ep. 1984 with Luke Heaton (OB, | Clendenin, | Liucci)
3 yr ago by Luke Heaton
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TexAgs Radio: Thursday (5/9) full show
3 yr ago by Luke Heaton
Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio featured the GO Hour with Olin Buchanan and an interview with Stephen McGee in hour one. Hour two heard Ryan Swope, Kendall Rogers and Mark Weaver, while hour three heard Logan Lee and Mitch Mason.
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Swope's Spotlight: Texas A&M wideouts Roshauud Paul & Hezekiah Jones
During Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio, former A&M wideout Ryan Swope joined in-studio to share his thoughts on two key pieces returning for the A&M receiver corps, Roshauud Paul and Hezekiah Jones.
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Kendall Rogers discusses the path for Aggie baseball to hosting a regional
During Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Kendall Rogers of D1Baseball.com joined to go around college baseball and discuss what A&M baseball needs to do in it's final six games to secure postseason baseball at Olsen Field.
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Stephen McGee analyzes list of top 25 college quarterbacks heading into 2019
During Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio former A&M and NFL quarterback Stephen McGee joined to share his thoughts on where A&M's signal-caller, Kellen Mond, ranks among the nation's best quarterbacks.
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TA Radio Ep. 1983 with Luke Heaton (OB, McGee | Swope, Rogers, Weaver | Logan, Mitch)
3 yr ago by Luke Heaton
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Texas A&M advances to Sweet Sixteen after defeating Marquette, 78-76
Chennedy Carter led Texas A&M to their second consecutive Sweet Sixteen appearance after scoring 30 points in the team's win over Marquette. Gary Blair and the Aggies head to Chicago next Saturday with a chance to advance again.
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FINAL from Reed Arena: No. 4 Texas A&M 78, No. 5 Marquette 76 (NCAA Tournament)
The Texas A&M women's basketball team won the first game of the NCAA Tournament on Friday when they defeated Wright State, and now they face Marquette in round two. Follow along live as Luke Heaton provides updates from Reed Arena.
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23:52
Carter shines in return as Aggies rout Wright State, 84-61, to advance
After missing the SEC Tournament due to a finger injury, Chennedy Carter put on a show in her return, netting 27 points on 8-of-11 shooting. The Aggies took down Wright State, 84-61, to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
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Postgame Chat: Chennedy Carter still hungry after first round win
The Aggies played without star guard Chennedy Carter in the SEC Tournament, but she proved she was ready to lead the team when it counts on Friday. Luke Heaton talked with Carter after A&M's first round win over Wright State.
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FINAL from Reed Arena: No. 4 Texas A&M 84, No. 13 Wright State 61 (NCAA Tournament)
The four-seed Aggies begin their run in the NCAA Tournament as they host Wright State marking their sixth time hosting in the last eight years. Luke Heaton provides live updates from Reed Arena as the game progresses.
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28:24
Texas A&M, Gary Blair ready for Wright State in first round of NCAA tournament
Gary Blair and the Aggie women's basketball team hosts Wright State at Reed Arena tomorrow afternoon as the NCAA Tournament kicks off. The team will look to take advantage of playing at home early as they look towards another playoff run.
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Texas A&M women’s basketball secures four seed in NCAA tournament
Though an accidental early reveal muted some of the drama around the women's NCAA Tournament bracket announcement, the Aggies celebrated the news that they are seeded fourth in the Chicago region and are poised to host the first two rounds.
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12:38
Wells' game-winner lifts Aggies over Auburn, 64-62, in SEC Quarterfinals
With Chennedy Carter sidelined due to a finger injury, Kayla Wells stepped up, netting an A&M SEC Tournament record 28 points. Despite the Aggies' 26 turnovers the maroon and white took down Auburn to advance to the SEC Tournament semifinals.
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**FINAL WBB: Texas A&M 64, Auburn 62**
3 yr ago by Luke Heaton
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FINAL from Reed Arena: South Carolina 71, Texas A&M 54
The Aggies play their last game at Reed Arena tonight and will look to come away with a victory against the South Carolina Gamecocks. Follow along live as Luke Heaton provides updates from press row.
 
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