COVID-19
Weddell: No team is better prepared than A&M after missing spring
2 days ago by Gabe Bock
Former Texas A&M linebackers coach and current Brazos Port ISD athletic director Alan Weddell joined to discuss the challenges being presented by the coronavirus as well as his thoughts on the Aggies should there be a 2020 college football season.
With Colorado game in jeopardy, A&M, SEC committed to measured decisions
2 days ago by Olin Buchanan
Following the Big Ten's announcement that it will only play conference games, reports surfaced that the Pac-12 will follow suit. In the midst of that uncertainty, Texas A&M and the SEC reiterated their commitment to take their time and make informed decisions.
Liucci's Take: Thoughts on a potential 'conference only' football season
2 days ago by Billy Liucci
Should every conference in the country join the Big Ten in playing only in-conference contests this fall, there would certainly be some unique facets to a 2020 college football season. Billy Liucci get creative with what he would like to see if this becomes a reality.
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Torres: Stakes too high for everyone not to play a 2020 CFB season
2 days ago by Gabe Bock
FOX Sports Radio's Aaron Torres joined TexAgs Radio to take us Around College Football as he touched on the biggest stories from around the game, focusing primarily on whether or not we will see college football in the fall of 2020 and the effects of not playing.
Stephen McGee reacts to the Ivy League's decision to not play fall sports
3 days ago by Gabe Bock
The Ivy League's decision to postpone all athletics until January 1, 2021 was the big sports news of the week. Former Texas A&M quarterback Stephen McGee joined to offer his thoughts on the Ivy League's decision and much more.
Jackie Sherrill speaks on coronavirus, controversial flags and more
19 days ago by Gabe Bock
Legendary Texas A&M football coach Jackie Sherrill joined TexAgs Radio to share his thoughts on everything going on in our sports-less world today, including the coronavirus restart and the controversy surrounding the state of Mississippi's flag.
When Damon West talks, college football teams listen
20 days ago by Bruce Feldman
After a shoulder injury ended his playing career, Damon West turned to drugs and crime which eventually landed him in prison. Refusing to let his life spiral further, West transformed himself and now serves as a motivational speaker to some of college football's biggest programs.
Voluntary athletic activities return to Texas A&M campus
1 mo ago by TexAgs
On Tuesday, voluntary participation in athletic activities resumed on Texas A&M's campus following a lengthy shutdown due to the coronavirus. As the Aggies ramp up their workouts, Ross Bjork, Jimbo Fisher, G Guerrieri and Kellen Mond discussed the return.
The 5 questions CFB recruiting coordinators are scrambling to answer right now
1 mo ago by Max Olson
Recruiting has changed significantly since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. The Athletic's Max Olson analyzes the five biggest questions facing college football programs as they continue on the recruiting trail.
Texas A&M University System to reopen campuses in the fall with modifications
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The Texas A&M System Regents voted to open campuses in the fall, employing a mixture of face-to-face and online education. The campuses will continue to practice social distancing to ensure best practices are being followed to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Staples: We’re getting college football answers, but they won’t all be the same
1 mo ago by Andy Staples
Questions are starting to be answered regarding what college football will look like in 2020, but one thing is certain: All of the answers will be different. The Athletic's Andy Staples discusses the latest in the college football landscape.
Southeastern Conference announces it will allow voluntary workouts
1 mo ago by Richard Zane
Commissioner Greg Sankey and the SEC announced that beginning on June 8, schools will be permitted to hold voluntary on-campus workouts at their own discretion. The announcement marks the first step towards reopening collegiate athletics following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scattershooting Aggie Football (Part 1): Getting players on campus, recruiting trends
1 mo ago by Billy Liucci
As the NCAA considers allowing players to return to college campuses, Billy Liucci runs down the benefits of that move and takes an in-depth look at the recruiting trends for the Aggies and other programs around the country.
Bjork eyeing June 1 for potential reopening of Aggie athletic facilities
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
On Tuesday, Ross Bjork expressed optimism that the SEC would reopen its member universities' athletic facilities on June 1, preparing student-athletes for full seasons of fall sports later this year.
The questions that need to be answered for college football to return on time
1 mo ago by Andy Staples
Whether or not there is a college football season in 2020 is still up in the air, and many questions need to be answered before teams are allowed to return to the gridiron. The Athletic's Andy Staples attempts to answer a few of those pressing concerns.
Jake Hubenak discusses life as a HS football coach during shutdown
2 mo ago by Gabe Bock
Former Texas A&M quarterback Jake Hubenak joined TexAgs Radio to discuss his life as a newly-wed and share his perspective on the coronavirus shutdown as it affects his role as a high school football coach.
Talking football with ESPN play-by-play extraordinaire Tom Hart
2 mo ago by Gabe Bock
What could a 2020 college football season look like if we are allowed to play following the coronavirus pandemic? SEC Network play-by-play man Tom Hart shares his thoughts with TexAgs Radio.
Dear Andy: What would be the college football equivalent of the Jordan doc?
2 mo ago by Andy Staples
The Athletic's Andy Staples offers his thoughts on ESPN's Michael Jordan documentary and what a college football equivalent would be. He also creates his own imaginary bowl game and more in this edition of Dear Andy.
Mandel’s Mailbag: Why couldn’t EA Sports make deals to bring back NCAA Football?
2 mo ago by Stewart Mandel
The Athletic's Stewart Mandel fielded another round of subscriber questions and answers them in this edition of Mandel's Mailbag. He answers whether or not NCAA video games will make a return, if there is a precedent for seasons affected by pandemics and much more.
Bjork, A&M officials remain encouraged by latest coronavirus statistics
2 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
As more and more SEC schools are putting plans in motion to resume their regular schedules in the fall, A&M athletic director Ross Bjork and other Aggie officials remain optimistic that activities will return to some level of normalcy in the fall, including football.
 
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