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Monday Morning Mike: Best college football players in Super Bowl LV
1 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Three Aggies have made Super Bowl 55 in Mike Evans, Armani Watts, and Ricky Seals-Jones. Our CFB contributor Mike Hugunin joined TexAgs Radio to offer his thoughts on what players in the Big Game had the best college career.
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Key Matchups: Texas A&M vs. LSU
5 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Texas A&M and LSU are gearing up for what some expect to be a defensive struggle, but each offense features All-SEC playmakers, too. Billy Liucci provided a look at the key matchups that'll determine the Thanksgiving victor.
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Texas A&M vs. LSU: Players to Watch
5 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Texas A&M and LSU are preparing for a Thanksgiving tilt, and as usual, that means future NFL playmakers squaring off all over the field. From dominant pass-rushers to All-SEC corners and wideouts, these are the players to keep an eye on.
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Texas A&M at LSU: Players to watch
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
In a game pivotal to the ultimate outcome of both teams' seasons, the Aggies and Tigers will feature young and improving quarterbacks, work-horse running backs and defensive talent galore. Who has the potential to determine the outcome?
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The True Test: Aggies gear up to take on Leonard Fournette again
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
A Texas A&M defense hadn't posted a shutout in 11 years — nor stopped the run most of this season — until Saturday night. LSU's Leonard Fournette, however, is a different problem entirely. The Aggies assert they're ready.
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Around CFB: More movement in the Heisman race's final stretch
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
A Heisman Trophy race that once seemed already gifted to Leonard Fournette is competitive again, with a pair of running backs fighting at the top of TexAgs' resident voter's rankings. Meanwhile, the list of potential title contenders continues to thin.
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Role Reversal: Arkansas, A&M going different directions in SEC play
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
On Sept. 26 Texas A&M defeated Arkansas to raise its record to 4-0; the Razorbacks, on the other hand, dropped to 1-3. Since then Arkansas gone 5-1, while the Aggies have floundered. Meanwhile, running backs are still the story elsewhere in the SEC.
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Around CFB: Chaos in SEC, Pac-12 & the shifting Heisman race
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Who is the second-best team in the SEC? At this point, does it even matter? The winds are shifting across the nation, with the College Football Playoff seemingly open to several scenarios. Meanwhile, one man widened his lead in the Heisman rankings by TexAgs' resident voter.
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Around CFB: A new Heisman Trophy front-runner emerges
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
It was a wild weekend in college football, one that saw more structure added to the playoff picture — and the SEC West race. Most notably, TexAgs' resident Heisman voter opines, the trophy could once again be up for grabs.
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Around CFB: Strong debuts, shameful officiating & a two-man Heisman race
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
In righting the ship against South Carolina, Texas A&M may have found its quarterback of the future with Kyler Murray's statement opening act. Meanwhile, Duke has a bone to pick with the ACC. And in the Heisman rankings by TexAgs' resident Trophy voter ... guess who?
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Around CFB: A playoff field narrowed, a two-man Heisman race
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
College football's craziness continued in Atlanta, where Georgia Tech's last-play victory eliminated another unbeaten. Elsewhere, some fell from the ranks of contention (yes, including Texas A&M). In the Heisman rankings by TexAgs' resident Trophy voter, it's more of the same.
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Midseason Awards: Myles Garrett, Leonard Fournette lead SEC's best
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
As the page turns to the season's second half, competition in the nation's best conference is as intense as ever. Some emerging stars have surprised, while others have dominated as expected. Meanwhile, the weekend's Texas A&M-Ole Miss matchup has heavy implications.
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Around CFB: Playoff, Heisman pictures coming into focus
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Oh, Michigan. Elsewhere in America, the ranks of the undefeated and contenders continued to thin, Memphis made its statement and Leonard Fournette solidified his iron grasp on the top spot in the weekly Heisman rankings by TexAgs' resident Trophy voter.
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Around CFB: Emerging contenders & Leonard Fournette's Heisman hold
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
At the season's halfway point, surprise teams have become legit challengers. In College Station, the stage is set to potentially determine the eventual SEC champ. Meanwhile, the Heisman favorite maintains the top spot in the rankings by TexAgs' resident Trophy voter.
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Around CFB: Expectations upended & Heisman separation at the top
6 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Everything we thought we knew about college football heading into week 5 was summarily proven wrong. From a role reversal in the SEC to the current playoff contenders, we're in for a wild ride. The one thing stable, however, is the Heisman Trophy race.
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Around CFB: Heisman-worthy rushers & landscape-changing wins
7 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
An award that has all too often been decided by a competition among quarterbacks has a different group of front-runners (literally) this year, TexAgs' resident Heisman Trophy voter notes. Meanwhile, some current College Football Playoff contenders weren't projected there.
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Wild West: Who will emerge as the SEC's eventual champion?
7 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
If recent history and the eye test are any indication, the Southeastern Conference's champion will likely come from the West Division. The problem with that forecast is the question that comes next. Who in the world is going to win it?
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The Rule of Five: How A&M could combat LSU's run game
7 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
The Aggies will have to dig deep to stand up to the Tigers' running backs. As in, they may have to dive deep into the football annals to find an unlikely source of strength. At this point the question is obvious: why not?
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Texas A&M vs. LSU: Players to watch
7 yr ago by Billy Liucci
The Aggie roster is dominated by young talent, but a pair of upperclassmen have an opportunity to make a difference. Meanwhile, LSU's roster looks awfully familiar. Who will be remembered on Thanksgiving Night?
 
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