Trevor Lawrence
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Lunch with Liucci: Billy Liucci joins TexAgs Radio (Monday, December 4)
4 mo ago by Billy Liucci
TexAgs co-owner and executive editor Billy Liucci joined TexAgs Radio Monday morning to provide an update on all things Texas A&M football. Liucci discussed the College Football Playoff, Elijah Robinson leaving for Syracuse and more.
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Former A&M safety Antonio Johnson discusses his transition to the NFL
8 mo ago by David Nuño
Former Texas A&M safety Antonio Johnson was selected in the fifth round of the NFL Draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars. "AJ" joined TexAgs Radio on Friday morning to detail life since his departure from College Station and his thoughts on the Aggies this fall.
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Catching up with ESPN and SportCenter host Gary Striewski
9 mo ago by David Nuño
When he is not taking in the views of a lake house, ESPN's Gary Striewski is busy hosting SportsCenter. On Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Striewski joined the show to catch us up on his life in Connecticut and what it's like to work at ESPN.
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Harris says Antonio Johnson's versatility makes him 'attractive' in NFL Draft
1 yr ago by David Nuño
Texas A&M defensive back Antonio Johnson is heading to the 2023 NFL Draft after three seasons in Maroon & White. Football Takeover's John Harris joined TexAgs Radio on Wednesday to offer his opinion on where Johnson could land and much more.
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Ask Liucci, Part 2: Bolstering A&M's defense, improving WR corps & more
2 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Spring football has come and gone, and the next time we'll see the Aggies on the gridiron is when fall camp begins. Billy Liucci answered another round of subscriber questions to discuss the biggest questions heading into the fall and more in this written edition of 'Ask Liucci.'
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Three Things: Favorite round-one picks, who to watch this weekend & more
2 yr ago by Jason Howell
Jason Howell is back with another edition of his three things, but rather than focusing on recruiting, he turned his attention to the NFL Draft. Howell discusses which Aggies he expects to hear their name called and his biggest takeaways from round one.
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NFL Draft expert John Harris lays out his quarterback big board
3 yr ago by Gabe Bock
There aren't many things that John Harris loves more than the NFL Draft, and with the selection process drawing near, The Professor discusses his quarterback big board in a loaded 2021 class that features expected No. 1-overall pick Trevor Lawrence.
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Emphatically beating UNC would send a message to Texas A&M's critics
3 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
With the Herbstreits and Galloways of the world continuing to diminish the Aggies, the Maroon & White could send a huge message to their critics on Saturday night in the Orange Bowl. In fact, Texas A&M must win to chance the national media's perception.
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Ask Liucci, Part 2: Mond's legacy, Orange Bowl expectations & more
3 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Billy Liucci continues the ramp-up to Saturday's Orange Bowl by taking on another round of subscriber questions, today discussing Kellen Mond and the 2020 team's long-term impact on the program, potential returning seniors and much more.
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Hop's Weekend Reflections: Beating the Vols, the media's A&M narrative & more
3 yr ago by David Sandhop
The Aggies picked up their seventh-consecutive victory on Saturday to cap off an 8-1 regular season, but unfortunately, it was not enough to get the Maroon & White into the CFP. David Sandhop has plenty of thoughts on that, the media's narrative of A&M & more.
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Around CFB: Talking heads doubling as lemon-selling used car salesmen
3 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Olin Buchanan takes a closer look at the lemons many college football media members are trying to sell as playoff-worthy, plus his Heisman watch, playoff predictions and games of the week.
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SEC Round-Up: Sankey, SEC not bending rules while ACC, Big Ten make changes
3 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
While other conferences are exploring possible changes in their policies to create easier paths to the College Football Playoff for their members, the Southeastern Conference seems to be set on playing the entirety of its previously agreed-upon 10-game schedule for all teams.
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Around CFB: Historic karma threatening to dash Ohio State's playoff hopes
3 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Tuesday night's second College Football Playoff release shed some light on the committee's debate over whether Ohio State or Texas A&M deserves the fourth spot. Time remains to pour over the resumés, but the Buckeyes' chances to make a stronger case are in serious trouble.
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Cover Story: Substance more important than style in A&M's playoff chase
3 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Despite the talking heads claiming Texas A&M's 20-7 victory over LSU wasn't "convincing" enough, the Ags are right where they want to be. At 6-1, the Maroon & White still has all of their goals in front of them, regardless of what the national media has to say.
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Around CFB: BYU's soft schedule lands them at No. 14 in initial CFP ranking
3 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
The College Football Playoff committee released their first rankings of the 2020 season, and the undefeated BYU Cougars landed at No. 14. While those in Provo cry out for more respect, a deeper look at their resumé suggests that the Cougars got what they deserved.
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Hop's Deep Reflections: Struggles in the Big Ten, Bedlam takeaways & more
3 yr ago by David Sandhop
A two week, COVID-induced Aggie football sabbatical has not been kind to the Maroon & White faithful. However, there was some college football this weekend to distract us, the highlights of which David Sandhop covers in another edition of his Deep Reflections.
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Around CFB: Perception of the Big Ten West division is changing
3 yr 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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Around CFB: The thin case for Cincinnati, BYU and the College Football Playoff
3 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Cincinnati and BYU are both undefeated and ranked highly as the regular season begins to come to a close, but should the Bearcats and Cougars be considered for the four-team playoff? That question could boil down to whether or not either could beat the Florida Gators.
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Around CFB: The Pac-12 returns, but will it even matter?
3 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
College football fans on the west coast rejoice: the Pac-12 finally makes its return this weekend, but will it even impact the national landscape? While it's fantastic that college football is back across the country, it's unlikely the Pac-12 will factor into the playoff picture.
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Around CFB: Based on market value, Fisher absolutely worth the money
3 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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