Olin Buchanan
Columnist
Olin joined TexAgs in July of 2012 as a columnist. He previously was a national college football writer for Rivals.com and Yahoo. A graduate of White Oak High School in East Texas, Olin worked at newspapers in Longview and Tyler before covering the Aggies for the Bryan-College Station Eagle from 1993-95. He also worked at the Austin American-Statesman for 11 years. He is a member of the Football Writers Association of America and a Heisman Trophy voter.
TJ Starks, Tonny Trocha-Morelos lead Aggies past Missouri, 60-49
Two unlikely heroes stepped up to push Texas A&M past the Missouri Tigers on Saturday at Reed Arena as TJ Starks and Tonny Trocha-Morelos combined for 25 points off the bench. With the win, the Aggies improved to 2-5 in conference play.
Building confidence, momentum key for Texas A&M against Missouri
After a hard-fought home win, Texas A&M looks to begin a winning streak with a victory over a dangerous Missouri squad. To top the Tigers, the Aggies will need to shoot confidently from the perimeter.
Attrition, experience could play in Texas A&M's favor in 2018
Texas A&M will lose star receiver Christian Kirk to the NFL Draft before the 2018 season, but compared to their SEC West foes, the Aggies will return a large nucleus of experience and talent. Can Jimbo Fisher and the A&M staff capitalize?
Texas A&M escapes from Ole Miss to snap SEC losing streak, 71-69
The crowd at Reed Arena breathed a collective sigh of relief on Tuesday as a last-gasp three-pointer from Ole Miss rattled out and Texas A&M took home its first Southeastern Conference victory of the season.
Don't Panic: Struggling Aggies must lock down perimeter to top Ole Miss
Texas A&M knows it must begin its turnaround now to have realistic NCAA Tournament hopes. To start, the Aggies will need to exploit their size advantage and shut down a sharp-shooting Ole Miss squad.
Turnovers, poor rebounding hurt Aggies in loss to Tennessee, 75-62
The Aggies were back at full strength on Saturday, but they couldn't pull out of their downward spiral as they fell to the Tennessee Volunteers, 75-52. A&M turned the ball over 17 times and gave up fourteen offensive rebounds in the losing effort.
Aggies' climb back into SEC race could begin with win over Tennessee
At 0-4 in Southeastern Conference play, Texas A&M is quickly falling behind in the race for a league title. The Aggies hope to begin a stunning turnaround in Knoxville on Saturday with a win over Tennessee.
New Blood: A&M relying on Fisher's expertise to develop top talent
Texas A&M has recruited well in recent seasons, but on-field results haven't matched class rankings. Now the Aggies will rely on new head coach Jimbo Fisher to get the most out of their recruiting efforts.
Fisher hires renowned strength coach Jerry Schmidt to the A&M staff
Jimbo Fisher took another step toward completing his staff with the hiring of strength and conditioning coach Jerry Schmidt. Schmidt has been at Oklahoma for the last 18 seasons and is known as one of the best strength coordinators in the country.
Texas A&M continues downward spiral with loss to Kentucky, 74-73
The Aggie men's basketball team continued its recent skid on Tuesday in Lexington, falling to the Kentucky Wildcats by one point. A&M missed multiple opportunities to take control and stumbled down the stretch in the defeat.
Aggie Men's Basketball hoping to end SEC slump in trip to Kentucky
Texas A&M is 0-3 in conference play, but the Aggies are getting back to full strength after a rash of injuries and suspensions. With Admon Gilder and Robert Williams expected back in the lineup in Lexington, the Ags are hoping to bounce back in a big way.
Buzzer-beater, free throw shooting doom Aggies in loss to LSU, 69-68
Texas A&M appeared to be on its way to its first SEC victory of the season, but a buzzer-beating three-pointer from Tremont Waters lifted LSU over the Aggies on Saturday. With two ranked opponents on the horizon, the Aggies sit at 0-3 in league play.
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A&M looks to end two-game slump in D.J. Hogg's return to the lineup
It's been a rough three game stretch for Texas A&M while starter D.J. Hogg served a suspension. He returns to the starting lineup Saturday against LSU and A&M hopes his sharpshooting will help end the recent slide.
Elko hiring proves once again that Woodward, A&M take what they want
The Aggies might have missed out on LSU's Dave Aranda, but Scott Woodward and Jimbo Fisher held strong and stole Mike Elko from Notre Dame's to be A&M's defensive coordinator. Though not the sexiest hire, Elko is one of the nation's top young coordinators.
Jimbo Fisher announces Texas A&M offensive coaching staff
Jimbo Fisher's new offensive coaching staff is now official. Led by offensive coordinator Darrell Dickey, the new staff also includes highly regarded recruiter and tight ends coach Tim Brewster, current A&M o-line coach Jim Turner, and former FSU assistants Dameyune Craig and Jay Graham.
Texas A&M falls to sharp-shooting Gators in SEC home opener, 83-66
Down three key players, Texas A&M was unable to contain a sharp-shooting Florida squad at Reed Arena on Tuesday. The Gators hit 17 three-pointers as the Aggies dropped their second straight game to open the conference slate.
A&M looking for improved guard play, three-point shooting against UF
In a game where the Aggies will most likely be without Admon Gilder, D.J. Hogg and Duane Wilson, A&M will have to rely on young guards against a tough Florida squad. A&M also needs to improve its dismal three-point shooting.
Texas A&M's Christian Kirk declares for the NFL Draft
Texas A&M junior All-American receiver/kick returner Christian Kirk officially ended his collegiate career today by declaring to enter the NFL draft. Though Kirk ended his career prematurely, he leaves A&M as one of the most prolific players in school history.
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