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Cover Story: Aggies overpower Texas State, shift attention to Clemson
3 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Texas A&M showed signs of development against an outmatched Texas State opponent on Thursday night. Billy Liucci analyzes the season-opener and previews next week's heavyweight bout with Clemson.
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Aggies focused on self-imposed high standard in opener vs. Texas State
3 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
With the reigning national champions looming in week two, Texas A&M's opener with Texas State could be viewed as a tune-up for Clemson. Jimbo Fisher and his squad insist their focus and intensity won't suffer against the Bobcats.
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Setting the Scene: No. 12 Aggies focused on Thursday night opener
3 yr ago by Lia Musgrave
Just over 48 hours out from kickoff of A&M's 2019 season, the Aggies are putting their final preparations into place. Lia Musgrave provides context and insight ahead of the season-opener against Texas State.
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Texas State's Jake Spavital excited to make head coaching debut at Kyle Field
3 yr ago by Billy Liucci
During Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, former Texas A&M OC and current Texas State head coach Jake Spavital joined to preview his head coaching debut on Thursday night against the Aggies at Kyle Field.
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Texas A&M, Jake Spavital mutually part ways
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
After three years with Texas A&M, Jake Spavital and the Aggies have mutually parted ways. This announcement made by A&M on Sunday ends Spavital's tumultuous 27 game stretch as offensive coordinator.
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Texas A&M and Offensive Coordinator Jake Spavital part ways
6 yr ago by Stewart Wade
Texas A&M announced today that offensive coordinator Jake Spavital and the school have mutually decided to part ways. Spavital completed his second season as offensive coordinator in 2015 and his third season as quarterbacks coach.
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2015 Music City Bowl: Key matchups
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Though at the season's outset it would have seemed ironic, the 2015 Music City Bowl will feature two teams with reliable defenses and several question marks on offense. But which battles-within-the-battles will determine the victor?
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Texas A&M, Louisville coaches break down 2015 Music City Bowl
6 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
On Tuesday Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin, Louisville coach Bobby Petrino, Aggies coordinators Jake Spavital and John Chavis and Cardinals coordinators Garrick McGee and Todd Grantham sat down with the media to discuss a 2015 Music City Bowl with a host of storylines.
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Around CFB: Heisman finish, Playoff picture cemented?
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Behind, Rivalry Week. Ahead, conference championships. Following another wild weekend, the college football season's finish seems nearly set. Meanwhile, TexAgs' resident Heisman voter says, the race for the Trophy could be over.
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Dividing Line: What Aggies' offensive issues mean for Kevin Sumlin
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
One coach entered Saturday's game under fire and left it considerably less so. The other? That's where things get tricky. After the Texas A&M defense's immense improvement this season, Kevin Sumlin must now fix the Aggie offense — in short order.
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Texas A&M at LSU: Key matchups
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Entering the season finale the Aggies have question marks, but appear on the right track. The Tigers, for their part, are reeling. Despite that, both teams are stocked with talent that can swing the game — but which units must perform?
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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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Texas A&M Football weekly press conference: LSU
6 yr ago by Beau Holder
It all comes down to this. With a nine-win season and upward program trajectory still there for the taking, Kevin Sumlin is preparing to take the Aggies into Baton Rouge. On Tuesday he and his coordinators and players spoke with the media about Texas A&M-LSU.
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Open Season: Texas A&M again mulling options at quarterback?
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
For anyone who watched Saturday's defeat of Western Carolina, anticipating another quarterback competition at Texas A&M wasn't difficult. For those who listened to Kevin Sumlin's past two media appearances, understanding why could be. Where will the Aggies go next?
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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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Texas A&M Football weekly press conference: Vanderbilt
6 yr ago by Beau Holder
A crucial two-game stretch awaits Texas A&M, which is seeking not only to end the season on a strong note but to infuse the program with momentum heading into 2016. On Tuesday Kevin Sumlin and the Aggies spoke with the media before the trip to Vanderbilt.
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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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Cover Story: Failing offense, faltering momentum, frustrating questions
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
There was a beautiful irony in Johnny Manziel's presence at Saturday's game, a bittersweet reminder of the bygone days of Texas A&M's offensive dominance with him at the helm. Following the woeful showing against Auburn, the Aggies have serious questions to ask in search of direction.
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Texas A&M Football weekly press conference: Western Carolina
6 yr ago by Beau Holder
Coming off of perhaps their most disappointing loss of the season, the Aggies have three games remaining to pull it together. On Tuesday Kevin Sumlin and his coordinators sat down with the media to react and look ahead.
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Texas A&M Football weekly press conference: Auburn
6 yr ago by Beau Holder
The Aggies are bowl-eligible for the seventh straight season and back on track to challenge LSU in the season finale — but not so fast. A rapidly improving Auburn team comes to Kyle Field on Saturday, something Kevin Sumlin and his coordinators and players dissected on Tuesday.
 
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