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Southeastern Conference announces it will allow voluntary workouts
3 days ago by Richard Zane
Commissioner Greg Sankey and the SEC announced that beginning on June 8, schools will be permitted to hold voluntary on-campus workouts at their own discretion. The announcement marks the first step towards reopening collegiate athletics following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Magnolia offensive lineman Matthew Wykoff commits to Texas A&M
7 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
The Aggies have landed a big win on the recruiting trail today as Magnolia OL Matthew Wykoff has committed to Jimbo Fisher and company. Wykoff is considered one of the top offensive line prospects in the state of Texas and chooses A&M over Notre Dame, Penn State, Auburn, Texas and others.
Hot Air, Pests and Fatigue: 10 Reasons Texas A&M doesn't need to play Texas
13 days ago by Olin Buchanan
Every summer, Texas officials and media members attempt to pressure or bait Texas A&M into renewing their football rivalry game. But the Aggies have plenty of reasons to focus on their future instead of the past.
Dr. R. Bowen Loftin honored to receive distinguished alumnus award
18 days ago by Gabe Bock
After being named a distinguished alumnus of Texas A&M University, former A&M president R. Bowen Loftin joined TexAgs Radio to discuss the honor, his time in Aggieland and his thoughts on some of the current problems arising in collegiate athletes.
2021 Katy TE Fernando Garza commits to Texas A&M
19 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Texas A&M landed a verbal commitment from Katy TE Fernando Garza on Wednesday. The 6-5, 245 pounder caught the eye of James Coley and Jimbo Fisher early this spring, and he decided to shut down his recruitment in favor the Aggies shortly after being offered last week.
TexAgs Reunion Series: 2009 National Champion Men's Golf team
19 days ago by TexAgs
In 2009, J.T. Higgins' team brought home a National Championship to College Station. To help pass the time without sports, we got the team together on a Google Hangout to reflect on their favorite stories from that week, Bronson Burgoon's miraculous shot and much, much more.
Texas A&M lands commitment from Westlake Village (CA) DT Victory Vaka
21 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Jimbo Fisher and Company have kept their hot streak on the recruiting trail rolling. On Monday they landed a verbal commitment from DT Victory Vaka, one of the top defensive prospects on the West Coast.
'Make this happen': Sharp wants A&M safely open, playing football in the fall
25 days ago by Olin Buchanan
In a Thursday morning conference call, Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp charged A&M system presidents with developing plans to safely reopen their campuses in the fall. His instructions included finding a way to play football that protects student-athletes.
2021 Charlotte (NC) LB Kaci Seegars commits to Texas A&M
26 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
The Aggies landed another commitment today as Charlotte (NC) LB Kaci Seegars has made the call to Jimbo Fisher and company to give his verbal pledge. The 6-2, 210 pounder becomes the sixth member of the 2021 recruiting class for Texas A&M.
Aggies land verbal commitment from Brooklyn (NY) DE Jahzion Harris
27 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Texas A&M has dipped back into the northeastern United States for their latest commitment as Brooklyn (NY) DE Jahzion Harris has given his verbal pledge to the Aggies. A pass rushing standout, Harris chooses A&M over Michigan, LSU, Ohio State and Rutgers.
Braden Mann selected by the New York Jets in the sixth round
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
After a dominant career that featured a Ray Guy Award for the nation's best punter and two All-American selections, Braden Mann was picked by the New York Jets. Mann is the fifth Aggie punting specialist to be selected in the NFL Draft.
Justin Madubuike selected in the third round by the Baltimore Ravens
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Justin Madubuike has been selected by the Ravens in the third round in the NFL Draft. Madubuike becomes the first Texas A&M player taken in the 2020 draft and the fourth in as many years to be selected in the third round.
Knoblauch: I think my three years at A&M were the best years of my life
1 mo ago by Gabe Bock
Legendary Aggie baseball player and four-time World Series champion Chuck Knoblauch joined TexAgs Radio to reminisce on his baseball career - both in college and the bigs - as well as discuss how he's trying to get involved once again in Aggieland.
Aggie musician Granger Smith still flexing creative muscles during shutdown
1 mo ago by Gabe Bock
Typically on the road playing shows at this time of the year, what does a Texas country musician do during quarantine? We caught up with Aggie musician Granger Smith to discuss his life at home and how he's staying creative by utilizing his home studio.
TexAgs Radio Special Edition: Aggie Muster 2020
1 mo ago by Gabe Bock
The most important day on the Aggie calendar is April 21. In honor of Muster, we heard stories from Jordan Pugh and Brandon Leone, a tribute to Dr. Stephen Holditch, and E. King Gill's on-campus Muster speech from 1964.
Atlanta Dream select Chennedy Carter fourth overall in the 2020 WNBA Draft
1 mo ago by Laura McDonald
Former Texas A&M point guard Chennedy Carter's professional dreams came true on Friday night as the Atlanta Dream drafted her fourth overall in the 2020 WNBA Draft. Carter became the 14th Aggie to be selected in the WNBA Draft.
Former A&M, current Broncos star Von Miller tests positive for COVID-19
1 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Former Aggie All-American and current Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller has a confirmed case of COVID-19, according to his agent. Miller is at home resting and is in good spirits as his condition is not currently life-threatening.
Aggies on the Front Lines: Faces of courage and wisdom amidst a pandemic
1 mo ago by Texas FilmWorks
Over the past month, much of the world's commerce, business and industry has come to a sudden halt. Not the medical field. As the fight against COVID-19 progresses, Aggies across the country find themselves on the front lines in hospitals, clinics and doctor's offices. These are their stories.
Legendary A&M coach D.X. Bible writes to his players after the Spanish Flu, WWI
1 mo ago by Richard Zane
The world in 1919 was recovering from both World War I and the Spanish Flu pandemic. Along with the return to normalcy, Texas Aggie football was gearing up to get back to full-strength and head coach Dana X. Bible wanted each of his best men back for a 1919 run at glory.
Miller, Lechler among those named to NFL's All-Decade team for 2010s
1 mo ago by Richard Zane
Two Aggies - Von Miller and Shane Lechler - were named to the National Football League's 2010s All-Decade team. After starring in Aggieland, both went on to illustrious careers in the NFL, with Von Miller's career still ongoing.
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