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Money paid per victory shows Jimbo Fisher was a bargain in 2020
3 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
While many look at Jimbo Fisher's large salary of $7.5 million and think the Aggies have vastly overpaid, it turns out Fisher is quite a bargain. When looking at the money paid per win, Fisher is actually one of the best bargains in the country.
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Hop's Deep Reflections: Dominating South Carolina, Gary Andersen's ouster & more
5 mo ago by David Sandhop
Saturday night's 48-3 domination of South Carolina was a thing of beauty for Aggie fans everywhere, and after the fact, David Sandhop shared his thoughts on the beatdown as well as Utah State's move to fire Gary Anderson, Tom Herman's status in Austin and much more.
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Scattershooting Recruiting: A Saturday survey of A&M's work on the trail
5 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Texas A&M has it rolling on the field, and the Aggies are likely to see those results translate to the recruiting trail where Jimbo Fisher is building another top-ten class. Billy Liucci catches up on all of the biggest recruiting storylines during the Aggies' bye week.
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Cover Story: After huge win, Aggies turn attention to Leach's volatile Bulldogs
6 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Texas A&M got that elusive victory over a top-five team on Saturday when Jimbo Fisher and Co. knocked off No. 4 Florida. However, the Aggies must refocus and prepare for another tough task as they travel to Starkville for a date with the Pirate this week.
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Ask Liucci, Part 2: State of the Aggie defense, slowing the Kyles at Kyle & more
6 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Billy Liucci answers another round of subscriber questions ranging from recruiting to day-to-day updates on the Aggies. This week, Liucci discusses how to address the Aggies' defensive woes, how A&M needs to slow Florida offense this weekend and much, much more.
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Around CFB: 2020 comes for even the geniuses as Riley could lose three straight
6 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The college football season that almost wasn't is proving to be as tumultuous as one might have expected. Case in point: Quickly lauded as a 'genius' and grouped with the game's best coaches, Lincoln Riley is staring at the possibility of already losing three straight in 2020.
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Monday Morning Mike: Texas, Oklahoma and the Big 12 are all rancid
6 mo ago by Gabe Bock
Mike Huguenin joined TexAgs Radio to discuss this past weekend in college football, including two head-scratching losses from Texas and Oklahoma. With the Red River Rivalry upcoming, Huguenin explains how the temperature will be turned up on the losing coach.
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Hop's Deep Reflections: Bad day in Alabama, TCU-Texas rivalry & more
6 mo ago by David Sandhop
David Sandhop muses on the weekend that was in college football, including A&M's struggles despite winning usually important statistical categories, the fullscale meltdown in the Big 12 and more.
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Commit Analysis: Aggies add another D-lineman built for the SEC in Burris
8 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Jimbo Fisher and Co. won a key head-to-head over the Oklahoma Sooners for Pleasant Grove standout Marcus Burris. Billy Liucci discusses the importance of this recruiting victory and what Burris' addition to the Aggies 2021 class means.
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When Damon West talks, college football teams listen
9 mo ago by Bruce Feldman
After a shoulder injury ended his playing career, Damon West turned to drugs and crime which eventually landed him in prison. Refusing to let his life spiral further, West transformed himself and now serves as a motivational speaker to some of college football's biggest programs.
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Dear Andy: Will decisions over crowd sizes this fall create inequities, conflict?
10 mo ago by Andy Staples
The Athletic's Andy Staples discusses the process of how a team determines their interim coach and possible disparities in crowd-size rules due to COVID-19. He also ranks college football stadiums based on their legendary moments as well as readily available spices.
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Scattershooting Aggie Football (Part 1): Getting players on campus, recruiting trends
11 mo ago by Billy Liucci
As the NCAA considers allowing players to return to college campuses, Billy Liucci runs down the benefits of that move and takes an in-depth look at the recruiting trends for the Aggies and other programs around the country.
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Monday Morning Mike: What college football might look like in 2020
11 mo ago by Gabe Bock
The Athletic's college football editor Mike Huguenin joined TexAgs Radio to discuss the latest news surrounding the coronavirus and college football. Huguenin offers his opinions on whether or not a season will take place this fall.
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The questions that need to be answered for college football to return on time
11 mo ago by Andy Staples
Whether or not there is a college football season in 2020 is still up in the air, and many questions need to be answered before teams are allowed to return to the gridiron. The Athletic's Andy Staples attempts to answer a few of those pressing concerns.
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Ask Liucci: Future TE stars, SEC road trips, mystery of the transfer portal & more
1 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Billy Liucci takes a stab at another round of subscriber questions, this time honing in on the A&M freshmen success, the Wydermyer-Cupp tandem at tight end, what concerts he would like to see at Kyle Field and much more.
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Mandel's Forward Pass: Separating the worrisome from the 'oh well'
1 yr ago by Stewart Mandel
Some big-time games are on the immediate horizon following college football's opening weekend of action. The Atheltic's Stewart Mandel dives into the most important storylines for Week Two.
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