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Thoughts and feedback on Aggies' Pro Day showings
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Another Pro Day came and went on Wednesday, this one featuring less fanfare than fans of Texas A&M have grown accustomed to. Regardless, the lone top-three-round pick met expectations — and the rest of the Aggies impressed the gathered crowd.
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Aggies respond to LSU loss, end of regular season
6 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
It was a frustrating (and familiar) story for the Aggies in Baton Rouge. After closing out a 19-7 loss to fall once again to LSU, Kevin Sumlin and his players met the media on Saturday night to assess where to go from here.
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Texas A&M at Vanderbilt: Players to watch
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
With the current struggles of its offense, some are surmising Texas A&M will have to 'out-talent' Vanderbilt on Saturday. To do that it will need a few key Aggies to return to their potential. On the other side, the Commodore defense's studs will provide a real challenge.
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Aggies discuss outlook after 35-28 defeat of South Carolina
6 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
For the seventh straight season, the Aggies are bowl eligible. Between Kyler Murray's first start and a win that put Texas A&M back on track, Kevin Sumlin and his players had plenty to talk about after Saturday's win against the Gamecocks.
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Kevin Sumlin, Aggies discuss loss to Alabama & what comes next
6 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
Defeated in large part by their own errors, the Aggies fell to 5-1 in front of a Kyle Field crowd of more than 105,000. Following Saturday's game, Kevin Sumlin and his players met the media to break down what went wrong and how to respond.
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#9 Texas A&M vs. #10 Alabama: Players to watch
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Elite talent on both sides of the ball characterizes a matchup in which many can single-handedly change the game. On a Kyle Field that will be littered with stars, Saturday's contest will come down to which playmakers ... make plays.
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Texas A&M 30, Mississippi State 17: Defense in review
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Though the stat sheet may not fully reflect it yet, John Chavis' defense is transforming into a stout one before everyone's eyes. The clearest indicators of that fact in a mostly stifling performance against Mississippi State came in the form of now-characteristic big plays.
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#14 Texas A&M vs. #21 Mississippi State: Players to watch
7 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Saturday's ranked matchup at Kyle Field will present plenty of star power on both sides. From an exciting quarterback duel to the battles on the perimeter, the game will be decided by which teams' playmakers ... make plays.
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Texas A&M 56, Ball State 23: Defense in review
7 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Game 1: fluke, or sign of things to come? In the second contest of the season, in merely a half of work, the Texas A&M starting defense proved it was the latter. The backups may need experience — but they're in the midst of getting it.
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Down the Line: The Aggie defensive front's new reality
7 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Once a project, the defensive line now projects to be one of the strongest areas of the Texas A&M football team. The true secret to Terry Price and Mark Hagen's unit isn't even in the talent, which has been stockpiled — it's in the depth.
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Snap Judgments: Aggies look the part as Fall Camp opens
7 yr ago by Billy Liucci
A quiet buzz is in the air as for the first time in quite some time, Texas A&M is building on a combination of talent and depth that could rival almost any team. Early impressions from the Aggies' new arrivals and returning key pieces: strong.
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30 Players in 30 Days: #25 - Julien Obioha
7 yr ago by Gabe Bock
After three years as a starter at DE, Julien Obioha has been tasked this offseason with moving inside to the DT position in hopes that his quickness against slower linemen allows for plays to be made in the backfield.
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SECMD15 in Summary: Hindsight, and what lies ahead
7 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Were there a single takeaway from Texas A&M's appearance in Hoover, it would be this: vast is the gap between how the media views Kevin Sumlin's squad and how the Aggies view themselves. The power to decide who will ultimately be right is in A&M's hands.
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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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WATCH: Sumlin, Allen, Obioha put wraps on Spring '15
7 yr ago by Gabe Bock
On Saturday the Aggies' head coach, quarterback and senior defender took spring camp's final turn in front of the microphones to discuss expectations met and new ones created heading into the summer months.
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Spring Snapshot: A dozen down, three to go
7 yr ago by Billy Liucci
A mere week separates the Aggies from the summer months. The results from last Thursday's situational scrimmage and the three practices remaining will combine to begin the tale of what to expect when fall camp arrives.
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Piece of the Pie: D-line developing within Chavis' scheme
7 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Everything changed for the Aggie defenders when John Chavis' hire was announced. For A&M's defensive linemen, who are a key part of the new system, it represents a new challenge — as do each other.
 
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