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Aggies lead Brazos Valley Bombers to Texas Collegiate League title
2 days ago by Mason Pruitt
Eight Texas A&M baseball players joined the Brazos Valley Bombers this summer, helping lead the team to the Texas Collegiate League championship in a 13-2 win over Tulsa.
Texas A&M to host Florida, play at Tennessee in 2020 schedule additions
3 days ago by Olin Buchanan
The SEC announced Friday that Texas A&M will add both #8 Florida and Tennessee to its 2020 football schedule as part of the adjusted 10-game, SEC-only scheduling model.
Texas A&M ranked #13 in preseason Coaches Poll
4 days ago by Thad Norvell
With every glimpse of normal a welcome sight in a football offseason that has been anything but normal, the Amway Coaches Poll published by USA Today was released Thursday morning. The Aggies rolled in at #13 in the preseason poll after finishing the 2019 season unranked.
For the 12th Man: Philip Gomez and others willing to give up tickets for students
5 days ago by Olin Buchanan
As a season ticket holder since 2000, Philip Gomez '99 is more than willing to give up some of his season tickets to allow for a larger student presence in a limited-capacity Kyle Field in 2020 as he sees football games as a special part of the student experience at Texas A&M.
Marquez Johnson, former A&M walk-on, making waves as an amateur boxer
7 days ago by Gabe Bock
Former Texas A&M football walk-on Marquez 'MITA' Johnson has made the transition from the gridiron to the boxing ring. Johnson shared his path to A&M, playing under Jimbo Fisher and now his chase to become a boxing Champion of the World.
2021 Beggs (OK) safety Kendal Daniels chooses Texas A&M
9 days ago by Jason Howell
Texas A&M added another piece to their future secondary when 2021 Beggs (OK) safety Kendal Daniels committed to Jimbo Fisher and the Aggies. At 6-4, 190 pounds, Daniels adds a unique combination of size and athleticism to the A&M defensive backfield.
SEC announces 10-game, conference-only schedule starting September 26
11 days ago by Olin Buchanan
The Southeastern Conference has announced that the league will be altering its 2020 football schedule to include ten conference games with plans to kick off the season on September 26.
Ross Stripling is excited to start 2020 season in Dodgers rotation
17 days ago by Richard Zane
Former Texas A&M standout, and current starting pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Ross Stripling sat down for an extended conversation this week with TexAgs Radio ahead of his Opening Weekend start.
Fort Smith (AR) cornerback Dreyden Norwood commits to Texas A&M
1 mo ago by Jason Howell
Texas A&M continues to steadily build its 2021 class, today adding Fort Smith Northside corner Dreydon Norwood, who joins Tyreek Chappell and Deuce Harmon as recent commitments at the cornerback position.
Texas A&M adds Philadelphia cornerback Tyreek Chappell to 2021 class
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
The Aggies have had a strong recruiting presence in the northeast since Jimbo Fisher arrived in College Station, and that trend continued today as standout cornerback Tyreek Chappell from Philadelphia (PA) made his verbal commitment to Texas A&M.
Counting on Experience: Mond gives Aggies an edge its 2020 foes don't have
2 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Quarterback is the most valuable position in football, and having one with experience gives a team like Texas A&M a great advantage. This is especially true as teams lost valuable spring practice time. Olin looks at the Aggies' 2020 opponents and how their QB rooms shape up.
Texas A&M pitcher Asa Lacy selected 4th overall by Kansas City Royals
2 mo ago by Gabe Bock
On Wednesday night, highly-touted junior Aggie pitcher Asa Lacy was selected by the Kansas City Royals with the fourth overall pick, making him the highest-drafted baseball player in Texas A&M history. Lacy surpassed Jeff Granger, the fifth overall pick in 1993.
'Gilly' nominated for 2020 SVG College Sports Media Award
2 mo ago by Richard Zane
It was announced on Thursday that Texas Filmworks' documentary film 'Gilly', which chronicles the path of Cullen Gillaspia from walk-on to beloved 12th Man to the NFL, is a finalist for a 2020 SVG College Sports Media Award.
Former A&M All-American Ally Watt ready to continue pro career in the NWSL
2 mo ago by Lia Musgrave
An All-American at Texas A&M, soccer star Ally Watt now has her sights set on the NWSL and her rookie season with the North Carolina Courage. She joined TexAgs Radio to discuss playing in Australia earlier this year, her time at Texas A&M, and much, much more.
Texas A&M University System to reopen campuses in the fall with modifications
2 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The Texas A&M System Regents voted to open campuses in the fall, employing a mixture of face-to-face and online education. The campuses will continue to practice social distancing to ensure best practices are being followed to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.
2021 Denton Guyer cornerback Deuce Harmon chooses the Aggies
2 mo ago by Jason Howell
The Aggies added a big piece to the defensive puzzle today when Denton (TX) Guyer 2021 cornerback Deuce Harmon announced he would spend his college days in the Maroon and White.
Aggies rally to support Dixie Chicken after roof collapses during storm
2 mo ago by Richard Zane
The Dixie Chicken will have to shut its doors for just the second time since 1974 after heavy rainfall and hail caused the roof to collapse on Wednesday. No one (not even Sneaky Snake) was injured in the collapse, and donations have already poured in to help with repair costs.
Southeastern Conference announces it will allow voluntary workouts
2 mo 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
2 mo 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
3 mo 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.
 
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