Southeastern Conference
WATCH: Greg Sankey tells Dan Patrick SEC continues to hope, plan for season
1 day ago by Richard Zane
Southeastern Conference commissioner Greg Sankey joined the Dan Patrick Show on Tuesday morning to discuss the latest in CFB as the question of "Will we play?" begins to loom larger and larger as the days go by.
Torres: Greg Sankey's leadership 'incredible' as SEC navigates pandemic
1 day ago by Gabe Bock
Yesterday, the likelihood of a college football season looked bleak, but there is renewed optimism thanks to the #WeWantToPlay movement. FOX Sports Radio's Aaron Torres offered his thoughts on Greg Sankey's refusal to let the Big Ten strong-arm the CFB world.
Gators, Vols make A&M's road tougher, but destination remains the same
4 days ago by Olin Buchanan
The Aggies' 2020 schedule was expected to be far more benevolent than the 2019 version, which was perhaps the toughest in program history. A pandemic-induced addition of two strong SEC foes changed that, but it won't change A&M's aspirations.
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Pick Six Previews' Brett Ciancia discusses validity of expanding CFP
6 days ago by Gabe Bock
The 2020 college football season will be the wildest in recent memory. With no cross-conference games between the Power Five schools, should the CFP expand to eight teams in 2020? Pick Six Previews owner Brett Ciancia joined TexAgs Radio to discuss that possibility.
Aaron Torres sees Notre Dame, ACC as big winners in 2020 shakeup
8 days ago by Gabe Bock
As college football schedules get scrapped and rebuilt around the country, there will inevitably be winners and losers as a result. FOX Sports Radio's Aaron Torres joined to discuss why he believes Notre Dame and the ACC might be the biggest winners of the shakeup.
Group Text: Should conferences move permanently to 10-game league schedules?
9 days ago by Bruce Feldman
For the first time in months, there was actual college football news. The Athletic college football trio of Bruce Feldman, Stewart Mandel and Andy Staples chatted about the latest developments and whether or not 10-game schedules should become the new norm.
Monday Morning Mike: SEC's announcement, Pac-12 player demands
9 days ago by Gabe Bock
TexAgs Radio college football correspondent Mike Huguenin joined the show to offer his thoughts on the Southeastern Conference's decision to go conference only in 2020, and the recent list of demands made by football players in the Pac-12.
The Afterparty, Part 1: Billy and Gabe discuss 2020 schedule, Southwest Classic & more
11 days ago by Billy Liucci
There was so much news to get through that there was no way to cover it all in an hour on Friday’s edition of TexAgs Radio, so welcome to the ‘Afterparty.’ Billy and Gabe discuss possible additions to A&M’s 2020 schedule, the future of A&M vs. Arkansas and more.
Staples: For SEC football in 2020, it just means later
12 days ago by Andy Staples
The SEC announced on Thursday that the beginning of its 2020 football season would be delayed and would exclude non-conference contests, putting some of college football's most storied rivalries on hold. The Athletic's Andy Staples analyzes the conference's decision.
Pick Six Previews' Brett Ciancia reacts to ACC's conference-only decision
13 days ago by Gabe Bock
On Wednesday, the ACC announced it would move to a conference-only-plus-one model for the 2020 season. Pick Six Previews owner Brett Ciancia joined to discuss how this impacts the national landscape and what the SEC might do next.
Ask Liucci, Part 2: Top sports memories, 2020 scheduling issues & more
23 days ago by Billy Liucci
TexAgs' co-owner and executive editor Billy Liucci answers another round of subscriber questions, ranging from his favorite (and worst) sports memories to the current state of Texas A&M recruiting and hitting on almost everything in-between.
Making it work: Resolving football scheduling challenges worth the effort
29 days ago by Olin Buchanan
A 12-game schedule seems impossible, but a nine-game schedule would be necessary to make things uniform for all Power 5 programs. With the SEC and ACC only playing eight conference games, the two could partner up to get each of their 14 member programs to nine games.
Harris: Decisions regarding 2020 football schedule can wait a bit longer
29 days ago by Gabe Bock
Following the decision from the Big Ten and Pac-12 to move to conference-only schedules for the fall of 2020, John Harris of the Houston Texans and FootballTakeover.com explains why the Power 5 conferences not rushing to make a decision are doing the right thing.
Shortened 2020 schedule could enhance Aggies' hopes for a special season
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
While other SEC programs will feel the growing pains from either new head coaches, new starting quarterbacks or both, Texas A&M returns as one of the most experienced teams in the league, and that experience could give the Aggies an advantage in 2020.
Monday Morning Mike: SEC likely headed for conference-only schedule
1 mo ago by Gabe Bock
Mike Huguenin reacts to the Big Ten and Pac-12 decision to play conference-only schedules in the fall of 2020 and explains why the remaining Power 5 conferences are likely to follow suit in the very near future.
With Colorado game in jeopardy, A&M, SEC committed to measured decisions
1 mo 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
1 mo 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.
Staples: We’re getting college football answers, but they won’t all be the same
2 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.
 
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