Josh Lambo
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TexAgs Rewind (7/7)
10 mo ago by TexAgs Radio
Friday's edition of the rewind heard the GO Hour with Nuño and Olin Buchanan, Around Aggieland with Luke Evangelist, Jake Crain of "Crain & Co." from The Daily Wire and Houston Texans Sideline analyst John Harris.
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Catching up with former Texas A&M and All-Pro kicker Josh Lambo
10 mo ago by David Nuño
A soccer player turned kicker, Josh Lambo spent three years with the Aggies from 2012 to 2014 before going on to kick in the NFL. On Friday morning, Lambo spoke to TexAgs Radio about his time in Aggieland, his professional career and much more.
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Tannehill's performance vs. Packers tops Charean's Week 11 list
1 yr ago by David Nuño
Ryan Tannehill led the Tennessee Titans into Lambeau Field on Thursday night and left with a win over Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. Throwing for three touchdowns and 333 yards earned Tannehill the top spot in Charean Williams' Week 11 list of Aggies in the NFL.
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Ask Liucci, Part 2: Kyle Field's impact on recruiting, LSU's coaching search & more
2 yr ago by Billy Liucci
With another night game at Kyle Field on deck, Billy Liucci answers another round of subscriber questions in this written edition of Ask Liucci, this time focusing on the Home of the 12th Man's impact on recruiting, LSU's quest to replace Ed O and much, much more.
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Around Aggieland (9/25)
3 yr ago by Richard Zane
During Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio, the fish bowl's own Richard Zane joined to share updates from the latest in Aggie Athletics with updates from football, soccer and an update on our Aggies in professional sports.
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Charean Williams expects Jerry Jones to make a 'big-time' hire
4 yr ago by Gabe Bock
During Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio, NFL Hall of Famer Charean Williams joined the GO Hour to share her thoughts on the situation in Dallas, how much longer Jason Garrett will be the head coach, who Jerry will target and much, much more.
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Charean: Cowboys shine, Ricky Seals-Jones scores twice in Week 15 of the NFL
4 yr ago by Gabe Bock
During Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio, our Hall of Famer Charean Williams was back to discuss another exciting week in the NFL, which saw the Dallas Cowboys play as they were expected to. Charean also shared her top A&M performers from Week 15, headlined by Ricky Seals-Jones of the Brown.
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Former Texas A&M kicker Josh Lambo reflects on his journey
5 yr ago by TexAgs
At 17 years old Josh Lambo was drafted in the first round of the MLS draft, but four years later he changed directions, joining the Texas A&M football team. After three seasons kicking for the Aggies, Lambo moved on to the NFL where he kicks for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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The Third Annual Aggie Grammy Awards: Looking back on 2014
9 yr ago by Gabe Bock
On Monday, Gabe and Olin looked back on the 2014 season and doled out awards for 'Song of the Year (best game)', 'Single of the Year (best play)', 'Producer of the Year (best position coach)' and many more.
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Final Frustration: Officiating headlines home loss to LSU
9 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
None will argue the Aggies deserved to win Thursday night's 23-17 clunker. They had a chance, however — one taken away in the game's closing minutes. Now A&M will turn to a bowl game and offseason questions.
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Post-Game Review: Missouri 34, Texas A&M 27
9 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Any momentum the Aggies brought home from Auburn, they quickly squandered. Overwhelmed by Mizzou's high-scoring third quarter and punchless late in the clutch, A&M lost another conference game at home.
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#21 Texas A&M vs. #7 Alabama: Key matchups
9 yr ago by Billy Liucci
The Aggies and Tide have fought two brutal, thrilling battles since A&M's entrance into the SEC. Both enter the game searching for an identity — and how well they recover in recent problem areas will tell the story.
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Tested in Arlington, Aggies continue winning ways
9 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
The story, looking back, will be as much about how Texas A&M won as the fact that it did. The defense proved its worth and the Aggies willed themselves to an overtime victory against Arkansas, 35-28.
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#6 Texas A&M vs. Arkansas: Key matchups
9 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Two offenses that could not be more polar opposites, two defenses facing their most taxing test yet and one set of bragging rights on the line. Only one can win the battles that will determine the clash of West rivals.
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Texas A&M 58, SMU 6: Offense in review
9 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Another slow start quickly faded away in the face of the Aggies' polish at every position, with a flawless red zone performance highlighting an overpowering show. Few tweaks are needed before the return to Dallas.
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Texas A&M 38, Rice 10: Defense in review
9 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Just as in 2013, the Owls' run game presented problems for a shorthanded Aggie defense. The difference? A&M allowed just 10 points when all was said and done. But improvement in certain areas must come soon.
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Good Problems: A&M's third phase loaded with talent
9 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
By Aggie special teams coach Jeff Banks' own admission, he's in a tough position — not due to a lack of high-end potential in his meeting room, but an abundance of it. Texas A&M, thus, sits in an enviable spot.
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Banks, special teams leaders forecast the season
9 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Featuring a Ray Guy favorite at punter, two seasoned options at kicker and worlds of talent waiting its turn in the return game, Jeff Banks' unit is primed for success. But how high is the ceiling? Let them explain.
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Detailing the A&M special teams unit with Terence Kitchens
9 yr ago by Gabe Bock
During Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, former Texas A&M place kicker Terence Kitchens joined the program to discuss the state of the Aggies' special teams unit, commit Daniel LaCamera and more.
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SEC special teams facing mixed bag in 2014
9 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
Elite talent returns to some rosters. Others cautiously await returns from injury. High potential is there, but rare is the SEC team that won't be counting on inexperience in at least one spot in the game's third phase.
 
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