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.
The 50: Ranking Aggie football's greatest plays (30-26)
Oh my gracious, there have been dozens of great plays in Texas A&M football history. With that in mind, TexAgs is ranking the greatest 50 plays in Texas A&M football history. Today we offer numbers 26-30 on our list.
The 50: Ranking Aggie football's greatest plays (35-31)
Oh my gracious, there have been dozens of great plays in Texas A&M football history. With that in mind, TexAgs is ranking the greatest 50 plays in Texas A&M football history. Today we offer numbers 35-31 on our list.
The 50: Ranking Aggie football's greatest plays (40-36)
Oh my gracious, there have been dozens of great plays in Texas A&M football history. With that in mind, TexAgs is ranking the greatest 50 plays in Texas A&M football history. Today we offer numbers 40-36 on our list.
The 50: Ranking Aggie football's greatest plays (45-41)
Oh my gracious, there have been dozens of great plays in Texas A&M football history. With that in mind, TexAgs is ranking the greatest 50 plays in Texas A&M football history. Today we offer numbers 41-45 on our list.
The 50: Ranking Aggie football's greatest plays (50-46)
Oh my gracious, there have been dozens of great plays in Texas A&M football history. With that in mind, TexAgs is ranking the greatest 50 plays in Texas A&M football history. Today we offer the first five on our list.
A&M hoops stars won't allow tough season to diminish 2018 dreams
When Robert Williams turned down a chance to be a high first round draft pick, he had his eyes set on lofty goals for the 2018 Aggies. Despite a disappointing finish in 2017, Williams and his teammates believe next season could be special for Texas A&M.
NFL Draft Rewind: Aggie stars find professional landing spots
Over the last three days, Texas A&M's NFL-hopefuls have listened with bated breath, hoping to hear their names called and to join the League. While some had longer to wait than others, quite a few Aggies fulfilled their lifelong dream. Find out how it all shook out inside.
Baltimore Ravens select Jermaine Eluemunor in fifth round of NFL draft
Texas A&M offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor was taken with the 15th pick in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL draft by the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday. While at A&M, Eluemunor protected multiple Aggie quarterbacks and proved a solid run blocker.
LA Rams take A&M WR Josh Reynolds in 4th round of NFL draft
Texas A&M wide receiver Josh Reynolds was taken with the 10th pick in the 4th round of the 2017 NFL draft by the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday. Reynolds recorded 18 touchdown receptions in two years at A&M, scoring in 11 of A&M's 13 games in 2016.
Daeshon Hall selected by Carolina Panthers in third round of NFL draft
Texas A&M defensive end Daeshon Hall was taken with the 13th pick in the third round of the 2017 NFL draft by the Carolina Panthers on Friday. Hall persevered through numerous injuries early in his career and experienced a successful senior season during his time at A&M.
Justin Evans selected by Tampa Bay in NFL draft's 2nd round
Hard-hitting Texas A&M safety Justin Evans was taken with the 18th pick in the second round of the 2017 NFL draft by the Tampa Bay Bucaneers. During his time at A&M, Evans made plenty of big plays in the secondary, including a crucial interception against UCLA in 2016.
Top pick Myles Garrett, A&M Coach Kevin Sumlin thrilled by Browns selection
Though Myles Garrett played his last game in maroon and white in December, the Texas A&M star made more history for the school on Thursday, becoming the first Aggie to be selected with the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft. Garrett and coach Kevin Sumlin reacted after the pick.
Myles Garrett selected No. 1 overall by Cleveland Browns in NFL draft
Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett became the first Aggie selected with the the first pick in the NFL draft when the Cleveland Browns selected him on Thursday. Despite swirling rumors that the Browns would take a quarterback, they picked the A&M star to kick off the event.
Wide receiver Kirk Merritt dismissed from Texas A&M football team
Facing two indecent exposure charges, wide receiver Kirk Merritt was dismissed from the Texas A&M football team on Wednesday. Merritt, a transfer from Oregon, was accused of exposing himself during two separate tutoring sessions last fall.
Great Expectations: Projecting Myles Garrett's NFL future
Myles Garrett figures to be the No. 1 pick in the upcoming NFL draft and the tenth defensive end taken first overall. The others have experienced varying degrees of success. Will the Texas A&M star live up to the hype?
Aggieland's borders - and Spirit - reach all the way to El Salvador
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
TexAgs' Olin Buchanan and Gabe Bock traveled to El Salvador to speak at Muster, and along the way they discovered a group of Aggies who, despite the miles and years of separation from Aggieland, are passionate about the Aggie Spirit -- and Aggie sports.
Reversing the Trend: Myles Garrett, Texas A&M & the NFL's top pick
Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett projects to be the No. 1 overall selection in the upcoming NFL Draft, an accomplishment no Aggie has been able to pull off, though there's ample evidence some A&M stars should have been given the honor.
Merritt
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Texas A&M offensive line attempting to remedy short-yardage woes
Texas A&M spent the back half of the 2016 season getting pushed around along the offensive line and struggling in short-yardage situations. One year later, the Aggies are trying to turn that trend around.
Young Aggie wideouts put forth encouraging spring showings
Texas A&M lost three of its four starting wide receivers to the NFL draft this offseason and needs to fill those spots with playmakers. Luckily, Texas A&M's freshman wide receivers have been putting on a show throughout spring camp.
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