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Lunch with Liucci: Billy Liucci joins TexAgs Radio (Monday, February 5)
22 days ago by Billy Liucci
TexAgs co-owner and executive editor Billy Liucci joined TexAgs Radio on Monday morning to discuss the latest regarding Texas A&M recruiting ahead of Wednesday's start to the February signing period while also discussing the newly formed alliance between the SEC and Big Ten.
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FTM, Ep. 50: Inside the economics of hiring & firing a major college football coach
3 mo ago by FollowTheMoney
On this episode of Follow The Money, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin, Jon Heidtke, and host Andrew Monaco dive into the economics of a major university firing and then subsequently hiring a new head football coach.
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Around CFB: Does Travis' injury have the one-loss buzzards circling?
3 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis suffered a gruesome season-ending injury last week, and now, the Seminoles' path to remaining unbeaten has become more difficult. Should FSU falter this week or next, there will be a number of one-loss lobbying for a spot in the CFP.
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Around CFB: Oregon State's quest to end the Pac-12's playoff dreams
3 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Representation in the College Football Playoff, and perhaps winning a title, would be ideal for the Pac-12 before it inevitably disbands after suffering a mass exodus over the past year. Washington and Oregon have postseason potential. But the top 15 Beavers stand in their way.
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FTM, Ep. 49: End of the SEC on CBS, direct-to-consumer streaming & more
3 mo ago by FollowTheMoney
On this episode of Follow The Money, we welcome our new host, the "Voice of the Aggies" Andrew Monaco, to the show as well as dive into the ramifications of the final season of the SEC on CBS, the future of direct-to-consumer streaming in college sports and much more.
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Around CFB: Michigan faces toughest test amid sign-stealing scandal
3 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Michigan currently finds itself clouded in controversy after details of its sign-stealing scheme emerged over the past few weeks. Billed as a top-five team and potential playoff participant, how will the Wolverines fare in their first true test of the season in Happy Valley?
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Follow the Money - Ep. 48 (Where are we headed in college athletics?)
4 mo ago by TexAgs
In Ep. 48 of College Sports: Follow The Money, Gabe Bock, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin and Jon Heidtke dive into the big picture of where college athletics is headed as we inch closer to massive change coming in 2024, and Gabe bids farewell in his final show as lead host of the podcast.
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Around CFB: Coach Prime's Buffs set for top-20 showdown with Oregon
5 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
A thrilling overtime win this past weekend has boosted Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes to 3-0 on the young season. No doubt "Primetime" is making enormous waves within the college football landscape, and all eyes will be on his team as they take on No. 10 Oregon.
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Follow The Money - Ep. 46 (w/ The Athletic's Sam Khan)
5 mo ago by TexAgs
In Ep. 46 of College Sports: Follow The Money, Gabe Bock, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin and Jon Heidtke tackle the very latest in the ACC's flirtation with Stanford, Cal and SMU and hit a wide array of on-field and off-the-field items with The Athletic college football writer Sam Khan.
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Follow The Money - Ep. 45 (Conference Realignment Summer Explosion)
6 mo ago by TexAgs
In Ep. 45 of College Sports: Follow The Money, Gabe Bock, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin and Jon Heidtke come back from an extended summer break to dive deep into any and all angles of the massive conference realignment fallout and predict "what's next" on the realignment horizon.
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CBSSports' Dennis Dodd discusses recent conference realignment chaos
7 mo ago by David Nuño
College football conference realignment talk has returned as Colorado us heading back to the Big 12, sparking discussion about the future of the Pac-12. Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports joined TexAgs Radio on Tuesday to share the latest news in conference realignment.
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Discussing conference realignment with Sport Illustrated's Ross Dellenger
9 mo ago by David Nuño
Will the ACC, Big 12 and Pac-12 survive? Sport Illustrated writer Ross Dellenger joined Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio to discuss what the future could hold when looking into potential realignment among the Power 5 leagues.
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Talking TV deals with FOX Sports Radio's Aaron Torres
9 mo ago by David Nuño
Talking season is in full swing, and during Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio, FOX Sports Radio's Aaron Torres gave his thoughts on the latest reports on the Pac-12's TV deal, the drama at Alabama and the 2023 NBA Playoffs.
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Follow The Money - Ep. 41 (March MADNESS; New NCAA Prez's main role)
11 mo ago by TexAgs
In Ep. 41 of College Sports: Follow The Money, Gabe Bock, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin and Jon Heidtke dive into the absolute chaos in this year's NCAA Tournament, the hoops coaching carousel, the immediate tasks and challenges facing incoming NCAA president Charlie Baker and more.
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Follow The Money - Ep. 40 (Aggies break NIL ground with 12th Man+)
11 mo ago by TexAgs
In Ep. 40 of College Sports: Follow The Money, Gabe Bock, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin and Jon Heidtke discuss the Texas A&M's all-new NIL initiative, 12th Man+, Florida State going public with ACC concerns, the Brandon Miller situation at Alabama with March Madness looming and more.
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Around CFB: Trio of teams needing upsets to vulture playoff spots
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
With a quintet of Power 5 title games set for this weekend, Ohio State, Alabama and Tennessee are praying for upsets in the Big 12 and Pac-12 championship games. Should TCU or USC falter, it's likely that somebody will be preying on a "vultured" playoff spot.
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SEC Round-Up: Lackluster slate highlights need for nine league games
1 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Across the Southeastern Conference this weekend, many teams are playing "tune-up" contests ahead of rivalry week. With teams like Austin Peay, ETSU and UMass on the schedule, this lackluster slate further proves why the SEC should move to a nine-game conference schedule.
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Follow The Money - Ep. 29 (featuring Nicole Auerbach of The Athletic)
1 yr ago by TexAgs
In Ep. 29 of College Sports: Follow The Money, Gabe Bock, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin and Jon Heidtke hit the latest in NIL and the big business of television contracts in college football and discuss a wide array of business-related college sports issues with The Athletic's Nicole Auerbach.
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Follow The Money - Ep. 28 (Big Ten getting PAID...what it means for SEC)
1 yr ago by TexAgs
In Ep. 28 of College Sports: Follow The Money, Gabe Bock, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin and Jon Heidtke share instant reaction from Thursday's breaking news of the Big Ten's new mega TV deal, discuss what it means to the SEC's negotiating power in talks with ESPN and much more.
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Follow The Money (Ep. 27 - Mike Slive saved A&M long before SEC move?)
1 yr ago by TexAgs
In Ep. 27 of College Sports: Follow The Money, Gabe Bock, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin and Jon Heidtke hit the latest news in Name, Image and Likeness and Dr. Loftin drops a very interesting nugget regarding late former SEC commissioner Mike Slive helping A&M through turmoil in the 1980s.
 
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