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Pick Six: The TexAgs crew picks six games against the spread
1 day ago by David Nuño
During Friday’s edition of TexAgs Radio, Billy Liucci, David Nuño, Olin Buchanan, the McKinney brothers, Caroline Fenton, and Rocco Robinson pick the top games of the weekend! Can Liucci beat Rocco? Steve beat Seth? Follow along all season long and offer your picks in the thread!
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Around CFB: Six squads 'lucky' to remain amongst nation's unbeatens
4 days ago by Olin Buchanan
Only 31 college football teams remain undefeated after three full weeks of action, but some have been luckier than others. The likes of Florida State, Syracuse, NC State, North Carolina, UCLA and Indiana have had a few big breaks that have preserved zeroes in their loss column.
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Around CFB: 2022 shaping up to be nation's strangest season since 2007
11 days ago by Olin Buchanan
Through two weeks in 2022, three teams ranked inside the preseason top 10 have already lost to unranked foes. Should this trend continue, this fall could be the crazies season college football has seen since 2007 when 62 ranked teams fell to unranked opponents.
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Around CFB: The guys you are glad you are NOT after Week One
18 days ago by Olin Buchanan
The cliche of "hope springs eternal" is often applied to a new CFB season, but the phrase "it's the hope that kills you" can also be applied very quickly after kickoff to the first game of the year. There are a few teams, players, coaches and conferences already licking their wounds.
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Around CFB: Frost's onside kick ranks among other poorly puzzling calls
25 days ago by Olin Buchanan
College football is officially back for the 2022 season and so is Around CFB. Ahead of kickoff of the first full week of games, Olin Buchanan takes you through some of college football's biggest matchups, headlines, Heisman contenders, playoff predictions and much more.
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Sporting News writer Bill Bender analyzes college football's top dogs
1 mo ago by David Nuño
Sporting News national writer Bill Bender joined TexAgs Radio to break down the projected top teams in college football and what they can do in 2022. He discussed teams like Texas A&M, Ole Miss, Alabama, Michigan, Miami, Oklahoma, Clemson and more.
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G Guerrieri previews A&M's first match of the season at No. 25 Clemson
1 mo ago by David Nuño
Texas A&M soccer season officially begins on Thursday night as the Maroon & White travel to the Palmetto State to face No. 25 Clemson. Ahead of tomorrow's match, head coach G Guerrieri spoke to TexAgs Radio about what he expects from the Tigers and more.
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Press Conference: A&M soccer opens 2022 season at No. 25 Clemson
1 mo ago by TexAgs
G Guerrieri and the Texas A&M soccer team travel to No. 25 Clemson for a Thursday night match to officially begin the 2022 season. Before traveling to the Palmetto State, Guerrieri, Katie Smith and Maile Hayes spoke to the media about the upcoming match with the Tigers.
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From Radio Row, Day 1: Matt Moscona, Tom Hart and Ross Dellenger
2 mo ago by David Nuño
Monday morning's edition of TexAgs Radio emanated live from the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, GA, the site of SEC Media Days 2022. Today's special guests included Tom Hart, Matt Moscona and Ross Dellenger.
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TexAgs Rewind (7/6)
2 mo ago by TexAgs Radio
Wednesday's edition of the rewind consisted of the GO hour and Billy Liucci discussing conference realignment, Jason Howell with recruiting updates and Kendall Rogers touches on A&M baseball's future.
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Liucci offers thoughts on the latest round of conference realignment
2 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Conference realignment has resurfaced once again as the future of the Big 12, Pac-12 and ACC are now in question. During Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Billy Liucci joined to discuss the latest scenarios and shine some light on the driving force of this round of realignment.
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Around CFB: Conference championship races heating up as season winds down
10 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
With just a few weeks of the college football regular season-remaining, there are still plenty of conference championship game matchups left to be determined. From the Big Ten to the AAC, most division titles are still up for grabs.
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SEC Round-up: Mullen looking for answers, scapegoats for Florida's futility
10 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
After the infamous thrown shoe by Marco Wilson last year against LSU, the Florida Gators are 4-8 and desperately searching for answers. Dan Mullen fired his defensive and running game coordinators, but he knows more answers will be needed soon to satisfy Gator nation.
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Cover Story: Saturday was different, another step in Fisher's build toward greatness
10 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Jimbo Fisher and Texas A&M posted another signature, breakthrough win on Saturday afternoon as they utilized a dominant defense and a solid rushing attack to defeat Auburn, 20-3, at Kyle Field. The game on the field wasn't the only Aggie win of the weekend either.
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Around CFB: Coaching casualties already piling up at season's midpoint
11 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
As the CFB season reaches its halfway point, three Power Five coaches have already been fired. While this seems like a lot at this point, especially considering the unique season, many more high-profile coaches could be on the chopping block soon as well.
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Cover Story: Aggies must rediscover a sense of urgency to correct course
12 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Texas A&M ran into an Arkansas buzzsaw in Arlington on Saturday, and while the loss was an ugly one, it's important to remember that one bad outcome won't run the program. It's now time for Jimbo Fisher to correct the Aggies' flaw and focus on the finish.
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Around CFB: Nebraska struggling to find reason to believe under Frost
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Much like the characters Bruce Springsteen wrote about for his 1982 album 'Nebraska,' Cornhuskers fans are short on hope these days. Olin Buchanan looks at Nebraska's struggles plus offers his Heisman thoughts, Playoff projections and best matchups this week.
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Up to the SECond College Football Show: Episode 3
1 yr ago by David Nuño
In Up to the SECond, David Nuño breaks down the biggest storylines from across the country as college football is in full swing heading into week three. Joining the third episode are Tony Barnhart, Tony Tsoukalas, Adam Silverstein, Radi Nabulsi, Lawton Swann and Mike Frank.
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ESPN's Laura Rutledge talks Texas A&M, Week Two around the country
1 yr ago by David Nuño
ESPN and SEC Network host Laura Rutledge joined Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio to react to the first week of games from across the country. Rutledge also offers her thoughts on the Aggies as they head to Denver to face Colorado on Saturday afternoon.
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SEC Round-Up: Pressure mounting for Ed O after another disappointing opener
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Following a disappointing loss to UCLA in the season opener, LSU faithful are left wondering if the Tigers' season will be as much of a letdown as the previous. And with five ranked opponents still on the schedule, it is starting to look like Ed O will have to coach for his job.
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