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.
Fisher speaking tomorrow in Houston
13 hrs ago by Olin Buchanan
Beliucci Hour Lunch
Each Monday and Thursday, Billy Liucci, filled in for on this edition by Olin Buchanan, and Ryan Brauninger share their thoughts and observations on Texas A&M athletics during The Beliucci Hour Lunch radio show, which airs from 12-1 p.m. at the Tap on 1150 AM and 102.7 FM in College Station.
The Beauty in Remembering: Aggie Muster transcends school tradition
4 days ago by Olin Buchanan
Texas A&M is a school known for tradition, but most are familiar only with the more public expressions of the Aggie spirit at sporting events. Olin Buchanan shares his own story of discovering Aggie Muster and the gift of remembering one of his own among Aggies.
Fisher's organization, communication an instant boon for A&M Football
Former Texas A&M quarterback Jake Hubenak wrote a column yesterday about communication issues within the football program during his time in school. Expect those problems to disappear under Jimbo Fisher while the Aggies muster more victories.
Aggies take positives from Maroon & White game to cap off spring
Texas A&M fans were introduced to just how different the Jimbo Fisher era will be in Aggieland on Saturday as tight end Jace Sternberger dominated the annual Maroon and White scrimmage. Overall, the Aggies felt positive about their performance on the day.
Daylon Mack determined to change his habits and his production
A highly touted recruit out of high school who made some noise as a freshman, Daylon Mack's output has declined each of his three seasons at A&M. With the help of new strength and conditioning coach Jerry Schmidt, Mack thinks his final year will be his best.
Houston muster
12 days ago by Olin Buchanan
Fisher, Aggies see opportunity, challenge in upcoming spring scrimmage
On Saturday, fans will get a first look at Jimbo Fisher's first football team in Aggieland, and while the head coach wishes he had more time to prepare, he sees the Maroon and White game as an opportunity to show off his program and learn more about his team.
Aggies look to utilize tight end for added versatility, physicality on offense
The tight end position has been a non-factor at A&M in recent years, but that should change under new head coach Jimbo Fisher that should change. The tight end can create mismatches across the board, something former A&M head coach R.C. Slocum knows well.
Jimbo Fisher sums up Aggies progress after three weeks of spring practice
New Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher addressed a wide variety of topics in Saturday's post-practice press conference. He touched on the quarterback competition, the defensive backfield, and much more.
Landis Durham looks to expand his game heading into 2018
After a breakout 2017 season where he racked up a team-high 10.5 sacks, Landis Durham is far from satisfied. So far this spring he has focused on learning the new defensive scheme that Mike Elko brought to A&M as well as being better against the run.
Beliucci Hour Lunch
Each Monday and Thursday, Billy Liucci, filled in for by Olin Buchanan in this edition, and Ryan Brauninger share their thoughts and observations on Texas A&M athletics during The Beliucci Hour Lunch radio show, which airs from 12-1 p.m. at the Tap on 1150 AM and 102.7 FM in College Station.
Aggie RB Trayveon Williams enjoying fresh start under new coaches
Running back Trayveon Williams spent much of last season nursing an ankle injury but with an offseason in the weight room and the new Aggie coaches placing emphasis on the run game, he's hoping for a big year.
Fisher addresses importance of situational football, intensity
Jimbo Fisher threw a variety of different situations at his players during the Aggies' spring practice on Monday, which he said is a vital part of winning games. Fisher also touched on A&M's performance in last week's scrimmage as well as the quarterback competition.
Jimbo Fisher zeroes in on sense of urgency after Kyle Field scrimmage
The Aggies head coach said he saw plenty of positive signs in Texas A&M's first scrimmage on Kyle Field of the spring, but that he wants to see more urgency out of his players. Fisher stressed the importance of finishing spring practice strong and taking momentum into their summer workouts.
Texas A&M quarterbacks grasping, competing in Jimbo Fisher's offense
Jimbo Fisher brought a new regime to Aggieland when he arrived last fall and with it comes a new, pro-style offense. The Aggie quarterbacks have been working hard to learn the terminology, formations and their responsibilities as spring ball rolls on.
Clear-headed and focused, Johnny Manziel still has his sights set on NFL
Johnny Manziel participated in his second pro day in two weeks on Tuesday, throwing pass routes to Christian Kirk and other Aggie receivers. The former Heisman Trophy winner says he still wants to play in the NFL, and he may get another shot one day.
Cleveland DE Myles Garrett on NFL-bound Aggies, supporting Texas A&M
A host of former players showed up to watch Texas A&M's 2018 Pro Day and support their former teammates. NFL star Myles Garrett was in attendance and speaks to Olin Buchanan about the NFL-bound Aggies and more.
Jimbo Fisher stresses physicality after Aggies' fifth spring practice
The new Texas A&M head coach has turned the music down and the physicality up through the Aggies' first five spring practices. Jimbo Fisher said after practice that all of his players must be physical if they want to thrive in his system, and he also discussed the Aggies' quarterback situation.
Sweet 16 blowout raises significant questions about what's ahead for A&M
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Texas A&M was thoroughly outplayed in its season-ending loss to Michigan, and Rob Williams immediately confirmed he would turn pro. Tyler Davis and DJ Hogg could follow suit, and the Aggies must address several significant questions to find their way back to the Sweet 16.
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