Coronavirus
Guerrieri reacts to the postponement of A&M's match with Auburn
4 days ago by TexAgs
It was announced on Tuesday that Aggie soccer's upcoming soccer match with Auburn has been postponed after a member of Texas A&M's team tested positive for COVID-19. Head coach G Guerrieri spoke to the media to address the situation.
Texas A&M linebacker Anthony Hines opts out of 2020 season
7 days ago by Olin Buchanan
Less than a week before the Aggies' season opener against Vanderbilt, Texas A&M linebacker Anthony Hines announced via social media that he is opting out of the 2020 football season.
What to expect at Kyle Field as Texas A&M implements COVID-19 guidelines
8 days ago by Lia Musgrave
Game days at Kyle Field are going to look much different in 2020 as a host of COVID-19 precautions will greet fans once inside the Home of the 12th Man this fall. If you're headed to Aggie football games this year, here's what you can expect.
Liucci: A&M wide receiver Jhamon Ausbon opts out of senior season
14 days ago by Billy Liucci
Senior Aggie receiver Jhamon Ausbon announced via Twitter on Sunday that he will not play this season. Billy Liucci offers some initial thoughts on Ausbon's decision and its impact on the team.
Dear Andy: Name 5 ideas to maximize my team’s competitive advantage these days
14 days ago by Andy Staples
How would The Athletic's Andy Staples alter a college football program to be better safeguarded from a COVID-19 outbreak during the 2020 season? He answers that and much more in this edition of "Dear Andy."
Staples: The question coaches can’t tackle until their teams take the field
18 days ago by Andy Staples
An offseason decimated by COVID-19 has left plenty of unanswered questions for college football coaches around the country. As The Athletic's Andy Staples explains, most of those questions can't be tackled (literally) until teams step on the field.
Aggies opting in: Family atmosphere helps most players buy in to 2020
24 days ago by Olin Buchanan
While Texas A&M has seen a trio of players decide to opt out of the 2020 college football season for whatever reason, the Aggies haven't been plagued by the new "option" around the game like others. That could be attributed to the team's "family atmosphere."
Reaction: Cornerback Elijah Blades opts out of 2020 season
27 days ago by Billy Liucci
Senior cornerback Elijah Blades announced via Twitter on Tuesday night that he has chosen to opt out of the 2020 season. Billy Liucci offered some late night thoughts on the impact of Blades' decision.
SEC announces new formats, dates for fall sports, practice plans for baseball & softball
1 mo ago by Thad Norvell
The SEC has established new start dates and scheduling formats for non-football fall sports, including soccer, volleyball, golf, tennis and cross country.
Ask Liucci, Part 2: Excitement about the front seven, skill position speed & more
1 mo ago by Billy Liucci
TexAgs' co-owner and executive editor Billy Liucci answered another round of subscriber questions, this time ranging from what to expect from A&M's front seven to whether or not he'll get married anytime soon. He hits on just about everything in-between.
Beginning a fall camp that wasn't guaranteed, Aggies focused and faster
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
During his media availability on Tuesday, Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher raved about the Aggies' heightened focus and noticeably improved quickness across the board. Despite being just one day into fall camp, there is plenty that excites Fisher about his team.
SEC rolls out revised 2020 football schedule
1 mo ago by TexAgs
As a result of the Southeastern Conference's decision that its 14 member schools would only play 10 conference-only football games in 2020, the Aggies' slate had to be adjusted. Here is Texas A&M's new 2020 football schedule.
SEC task force member Q&A: ‘I think our teams can absolutely get through this’
1 mo ago by Seth Emerson
Dr. Catherine O'Neal is a member of the SEC's task force handling the conference's response to the coronavirus pandemic. O'Neal spoke with The Athletic to go in-depth about the conference's protocols and the likelihood of playing football this fall.
It actually does mean more: Football vital for well-being of college towns
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The local economies of college towns around the country will be negatively impacted by not having college football this fall. In the SEC, ACC and Big 12, finding a balance between generating revenue and keeping athletes safe from COVID-19 is of the upmost importance.
The SEC: It had reasons for starting late, and those reasons haven’t changed
1 mo ago by Andy Staples
While the Big Ten and Pac-12 have already made the move to cancel completely, the SEC is holding firm and sticking by their protocols in an attempt to play in the fall. For the SEC, nothing has changed since two fellow Power 5 conferences bowed out of the 2020 season.
Dr. Coates reacts to 'knee-jerk' Big Ten decision, offers his medical insight
1 mo ago by Gabe Bock
According to TexAgs' COVID-19 correspondent Dr. Louis P. Coates, the decision from the Big Ten and Pac-12 was made too hastily. Coates shares his medical expertise on myocarditis and other factors of the coronavirus as well as why he's optimistic the 2020 season will be played.
While some plan to throw in the towel, Hogs ready to run SEC gauntlet
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Arkansas' schedule was already ridiculously hard before the Razorbacks drew both Georgia and Florida as their new crossover opponents, yet the Hogs still intend to play. If they're willing to face that schedule amid a pandemic, maybe others should consider playing as well.
College football players make their case with #WeWantToPlay movement
1 mo ago by Peter Baugh
With behind-the-scenes momentum building against a 2020 college football season, players have ignited a Twitter-based #WeWantToPlay movement, highlighting the question of how much input they really have in decisions about their own safety and ability to play football.
Texas A&M to host Florida, play at Tennessee in 2020 schedule additions
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The SEC announced Friday that Texas A&M will add both #8 Florida and Tennessee to its 2020 football schedule as part of the adjusted 10-game, SEC-only scheduling model.
For the 12th Man: Philip Gomez and others willing to give up tickets for students
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
As a season ticket holder since 2000, Philip Gomez '99 is more than willing to give up some of his season tickets to allow for a larger student presence in a limited-capacity Kyle Field in 2020 as he sees football games as a special part of the student experience at Texas A&M.
 
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