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TexAgs Topic Wheel: Recruiting the Forgotten Position
2 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
What are the two most important positions on offense? The first is the quarterback, obviously. However, the second is much more debatable. Ryan Brauninger takes a look at a position that has a big argument for that claim and why more folks don't value the spot.
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John Harris details NFL Draft status of Ifedi, Williams, Matthews & more
6 yr ago by Gabe Bock
During Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio, John Harris of the Houston Texans and footballtakeover.com joined to discuss where, and if at all, various Aggies will be drafted in next month's NFL Draft.
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Highlights: Texas A&M Pro Day 40s, shuttles, verticals & position drills
6 yr ago by Lindsay Caudle
They ran. They cut. They jumped. They caught. From a field-level view, check out the outgoing Aggies' performances at the Texas A&M Pro Day in the McFerrin Indoor Facility in front of NFL scouts and position coaches.
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Check the Tape: Under-the-radar Mike Matthews set for success
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
As the 'little' one in the legendary Matthews family, Texas A&M center Mike seems slightly undersized for the NFL and, indeed, doesn't carry much hype into the Draft. Yet, at the Aggies' pro day his Hall of Fame father and first-round pick brother said: "No worries."
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Music City Bowl report: Speedy Noil practices, Jake Hubenak impresses
6 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Three days from kickoff at the 2015 Music City Bowl, Texas A&M and Louisville met the media to discuss the key storylines. Among them: Speedy Noil's status and the ascension of Jake Hubenak to the Aggies' starting quarterback job.
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Texas A&M 25, Vanderbilt 0: Offense in review
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Yes, drops were an issue. And indeed, stalling out in the red zone on so many occasions will be more costly against LSU. Still, behind a revitalized Kyle Allen, a relentless Tra Carson and re-emerging Speedy Noil and Josh Reynolds, the Texas A&M offense has life.
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Texas A&M 41, Western Carolina 17: Offense in review
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
When the Aggies would have preferred to be learning more about their potential, they learned a bit more instead about what they're lacking. The Texas A&M offense now heads into a clash with a stout Vanderbilt defense hoping expected contributors will step up.
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Aggies reflect on Senior Night, 41-17 defeat of Western Carolina
6 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
Powered by Tra Carson's third straight 100-yard rushing game and four touchdown tosses from two quarterbacks, the Aggies overcame a slow start to move to 7-3 in the season's final home game. After Saturday's final Kevin Sumlin and his players reacted.
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Aggies seek answers after 26-10 home loss to Auburn
6 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
In what seemed like its last roadblock to arriving in Baton Rouge on a long winning streak, Texas A&M fell painfully flat. During Saturday's aftermath, Kevin Sumlin and his players spoke with the media about what went wrong.
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Texas A&M Football weekly press conference: Auburn
6 yr ago by Beau Holder
The Aggies are bowl-eligible for the seventh straight season and back on track to challenge LSU in the season finale — but not so fast. A rapidly improving Auburn team comes to Kyle Field on Saturday, something Kevin Sumlin and his coordinators and players dissected on Tuesday.
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30 Players in 30 Days: #7 - Mike Matthews
7 yr ago by Gabe Bock
A veteran presence on the A&M OL, center Mike Matthews is entering his senior year and looks to lead a resurgence in the Aggie run game. With a good season, the Missouri City native could find himself on All-American lists.
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Kevin Sumlin schmoozes around Hoover in SECMD Behind the Scenes
7 yr ago by Beau Holder
All he does is win, win, win people over.
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Matthews, Ifedi, Obioha shed light on Aggies' 2015 aspirations
7 yr ago by Gabe Bock
In Hoover as part of Texas A&M's 2015 SEC Media Day contingent, Aggie center Mike Matthews, tackle Germain Ifedi and defensive lineman Julien Obioha stepped aside to share their feelings on the 2015 team and more.
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The best of Texas A&M at SEC Media Days 2015
7 yr ago by Beau Holder
When Kevin Sumlin speaks, people listen. And tweet heavily.
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WATCH: Kevin Sumlin, Aggies bring quiet confidence to SECMD15
7 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
Texas A&M appeared resolute to hit 2015's challenge head-on on Tuesday, when Kevin Sumlin, Germain Ifedi, Mike Matthews and Julien Obioha discussed the program's changes and expectations. TexAgs presents the internet room interviews in their entirety.
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A&M spring practice snippets: Day 8
7 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Spring was in the air on Tuesday in the Aggies' return to practices after a week-long break. From notable guests to intriguing two-deep lineups, there's plenty to digest after the first day outdoors on the Coolidge Fields.
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Aggie offense, WVU defense kick off bowl lead-up
7 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
Focus has been on the 2014 Liberty Bowl's battle of Air Raid attacks, but they won't actually compete on the field. The first of the matchups — A&M's offensive players and WVU's defense — met the media on Friday.
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Postscript: A&M's offense then, now & next
7 yr ago by Billy Liucci
A unit that for two years was one of the country's most feared and the Aggies' very identity showed flashes in 2014 but suffered through ups and downs in conference play. What does A&M take into the offseason?
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Upset in Auburn: An all-encompassing look, Part I
7 yr ago by Billy Liucci
A team that was maligned for weeks and looked to be falling apart found inspiration within and pulled off a win nothing short of stunning. In the first part of a comprehensive recap, Liucci begins with leadership.
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Sumlin, Aggies react to upset of No. 3 Auburn
7 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
Texas A&M proved the nation wrong in a 41-38 victory in Jordan-Hare Stadium, stunningly reversing several week's worth of decline. Making sense of it after the game was the Aggies' head man and his team leaders.
 
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