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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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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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Kevin Sumlin, NFL-aspiring Aggies sum up results of Pro Day
6 yr ago by Gabe Bock
In the annual on-campus feeding frenzy for the NFL's draft-oriented minds, a horde of pro scouts and position coaches were on hand on Wednesday to see the Aggies vying for a shot at the League. Following the tests and drills, they broke down how they performed.
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Aggies respond to Music City Bowl loss, ponder what's next
6 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
On a night when Texas A&M fell in disappointing fashion to finish 8-5 after a promising start to the season (sound familiar?), Kevin Sumlin's program was left to face a litany of questions. Following Wednesday's 27-21 loss, the Aggies attempted to begin answering them.
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2015 Music City Bowl: Players to watch
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
A quarterback with a movie story in the making, known playmakers on defense and more. In a meeting between two teams whose records belie their respective collections of talent, the game could hinge on who exceeds expectations.
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Texas A&M at LSU: Players to watch
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
In a game pivotal to the ultimate outcome of both teams' seasons, the Aggies and Tigers will feature young and improving quarterbacks, work-horse running backs and defensive talent galore. Who has the potential to determine the outcome?
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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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Aggies talk progress, finishing strong after shutout of Vanderbilt
6 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
After Saturday's game, the list of positives for Texas A&M was longer than it's been in several weeks. Kevin Sumlin and his players took to the microphone to break down their 25-0 defeat of Vanderbilt, Kyle Allen's start and much more.
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Post-Game Review: Texas A&M 25, Vanderbilt 0
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
In Kyle Allen's return to the starting quarterback position, the Aggies racked up nearly 500 yards of total offense and held Vanderbilt to its season low. Texas A&M moves to 8-3 on the season with its first shutout since 2004.
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Texas A&M at Vanderbilt: Key matchups
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Underrated running backs, young quarterbacks and advantages in the red zone — storylines abound for Texas A&M vs. Vanderbilt. The winner will be the team that succeeds in holding the upper hand where the other struggles.
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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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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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Post-Game Review: Texas A&M 41, Western Carolina 17
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
On Senior Night at Kyle Field the Aggies endured a lackluster start to roll in the second half, advancing to 7-3 on the season behind more than 300 rushing yards, a mostly stifling defense and a late appearance by Kyle Allen.
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Texas A&M vs. Western Carolina: Key matchups
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Among the litany of questions the Aggies have to answer, the run defense and a hopeful rebound from the pass rush stand tallest. It's good timing for a tune-up game, but several small battles must be taken seriously.
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Assessing the Aggies, Part I: Kyler, play-calling & offensive identity
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
The breakdowns by Texas A&M's offense are no longer isolated incidents — they're indicative of something systemic. Heading down the stretch in Kevin Sumlin's fourth year at the helm of the Aggies, that's a sad fact that requires immediate attention.
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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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Post-Game Review: Auburn 26, Texas A&M 10
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
On a cold, rainy night at Kyle Field on Saturday the Aggies played uninspired, falling behind early and never mounting much of a threat. A&M allowed 311 rushing yards in a disappointing loss that dropped it further back in the SEC West.
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#19 Texas A&M vs. Auburn: Key matchups
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
The Aggies and Tigers are largely different teams than they were in last season's meeting, but one statistic connects them — and it may be the difference in Saturday's game. Meanwhile, the battles on the edge must tilt in favor of Texas A&M.
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#19 Texas A&M vs. Auburn: Players to watch
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
The (likely) biggest challenge on Texas A&M's road to arriving in Baton Rouge at 9-2 will walk into Kyle Field on Saturday in the form of the Auburn Tigers. Freshman quarterbacks, star defensive ends and playmakers out wide on both sides ... but who will make the difference?
 
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