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SEC Round-Up: Top-15 T-Town bout finds Tide hoping to avoid 2-2 start
2 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
It has been 20 years since Alabama has started 2-2, but with No. 15 Ole Miss bringing its high-powered offense to Tuscaloosa on Saturday, the Crimson Tide could be incredible. Still, Lane Kiffin and the Rebels are refusing to discount Nick Saban and the 13th-ranked Tide.
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Conner Weigman's numbers have caught Tom Hart's attention
2 mo ago by David Nuño
Through three weeks, A&M quarterback Conner Weigman is statistically one of the best in the country, and Tom Hart has taken notice. The ESPN and SEC Network play-by-play voice joined Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio to discuss Weigman and the rest of the SEC's top stories.
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SEC Round-Up: An ongoing league-wide struggle against Power 5 foes
2 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Last weekend, the Southeastern Conference fell to a lackluster 3-6 against non-conference Power 5 opponents as Alabama, Texas A&M and Vanderbilt all lost. The somewhat shocking trend highlights the fact that the SEC's perceived strength should not be taken for granted.
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SEC Round-Up: LSU's 'priority No. 1' is chasing another national title
2 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
With college football fully underway this weekend, can LSU relive its' historic 2019 season to capture another national title? There are those in Baton Rouge hanging on a handful of similarities as signs that the Tigers are destined to bring another title home to The Boot.
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SEC Network's Peter Burns says Texas A&M's ceiling in 2023 is 11 wins
3 mo ago by David Nuño
Everyone's favorite SEC Network anchor Peter Burns joined Wednesday morning's edition of TexAgs Radio as Week 1 is officially here. Burns discusses his thoughts on the Aggies this fall and breaks down the other SEC games this weekend.
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SEC media overlooks Evan Stewart with incredulous All-SEC omission
4 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Despite Texas A&M routinely being overlooked by SEC media in terms of all-conference recognition, leaving receiver Evan Stewart off the 2023 preseason list is still surprising. As a true freshman in 2022, Stewart caught 53 passes for 649 yards and two touchdowns.
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SECMD23 Notebook: Wednesday takeaways from the Tide, Hogs, Gators & 'Cats
4 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The Crimson Tide, Razorbacks, Gators and Wildcats continued the 2023 edition of SEC Media Days on Wednesday in Nashville from the Grand Hyatt on Broadway. Olin Buchanan recaps the biggest news from all four schools' head coaches and player representatives.
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From Radio Row, Day 2: Benjamin Watson & several SEC insiders
4 mo ago by David Nuño
Tuesday morning's edition of TexAgs Radio emanated live from the Grand Hyatt Nashville in Nashville, TN, the site of SEC Media Days 2023. Today's special guests included Benjamin Watson, John Nabors, Brian Hadad and Jacob Goins.
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After key departures, Alabama figures to be tested this upcoming season
5 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The Crimson Tide have emerged as one of the most powerful programs in college football over the last 15 years under the helm of Nick Saban. Despite sustained success, Alabama's outlook for 2023 appears unclear with the loss of star players to the NFL Draft including Bryce Young.
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Aggie football and baseball talk with SEC Network's Dari Nowkhah
6 mo ago by David Nuño
SEC Network host Dari Nowkhah joined Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio from the SEC Tournament in Hoover, AL, to discuss Texas A&M's first-round win over Tennessee. Nowkhah also chimed in about how he thinks Jimbo Fisher and Bobby Petrino will mesh this fall.
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Everyone has their warts: 7 SEC projections I have a hard time buying
6 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Kickoff to the 2023 college football season is still months away, but plenty of projections and narratives are beginning to swirl about who is poised to succeed vs. who will struggle. Olin Buchanan looks at a handful of these SEC projections that he has a hard time buying.
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Around CFB: 2022 shaping up to be nation's strangest season since 2007
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Through two weeks in 2022, three teams ranked inside the preseason top 10 have already lost to unranked foes. Should this trend continue, this fall could be the crazies season college football has seen since 2007 when 62 ranked teams fell to unranked opponents.
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