A.J. Hilliard
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Texas A&M 41, Western Carolina 17: Defense in review
5 yr ago by Billy Liucci
The Aggies again gave up a big play on the ground, but the numbers otherwise were favorable. Unfortunately, it's hard to tell much about the Texas A&M defense after Saturday's game — but there is something to glean from who got much-needed rest and who impressed in their place.
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Breakdown: A&M's defensive problems against Auburn in a nutshell
5 yr ago by John Harris
It was ugly. It was unfortunate. It was all too familiar. But the most frustrating part of the Aggies allowing 311 rushing yards and 26 points to a bad offense was the simplicity of the breakdowns that led to the Tigers' big plays.
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Aggies seek answers after 26-10 home loss to Auburn
5 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
In what seemed like its last roadblock to arriving in Baton Rouge on a long winning streak, Texas A&M fell painfully flat. During Saturday's aftermath, Kevin Sumlin and his players spoke with the media about what went wrong.
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#19 Texas A&M vs. Auburn: Players to watch
5 yr ago by Billy Liucci
The (likely) biggest challenge on Texas A&M's road to arriving in Baton Rouge at 9-2 will walk into Kyle Field on Saturday in the form of the Auburn Tigers. Freshman quarterbacks, star defensive ends and playmakers out wide on both sides ... but who will make the difference?
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Aggies discuss outlook after 35-28 defeat of South Carolina
5 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
For the seventh straight season, the Aggies are bowl eligible. Between Kyler Murray's first start and a win that put Texas A&M back on track, Kevin Sumlin and his players had plenty to talk about after Saturday's win against the Gamecocks.
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Kevin Sumlin, Aggies discuss loss to Alabama & what comes next
5 yr ago by TexAgs Studios
Defeated in large part by their own errors, the Aggies fell to 5-1 in front of a Kyle Field crowd of more than 105,000. Following Saturday's game, Kevin Sumlin and his players met the media to break down what went wrong and how to respond.
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Texas A&M 28, Arkansas 21 (OT): Defense in review
5 yr ago by Billy Liucci
For yet another season, the Razorbacks had the Aggie defense's number. Or did they? A&M did struggle, but espite what the paper says, the film tells another story — of clutch plays, stout planning and plenty of teachable moments.
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Texas A&M Football weekly press conference: Mississippi State
5 yr ago by Beau Holder
Kyle Field's a stage, and two ranked SEC teams are the players. In anticipation of welcoming Dak Prescott's Mississippi State Bulldogs, Kevin Sumlin and his coordinators and players spoke with the media on Tuesday about the Aggies' 4-0 start and lessons learned from Arkansas.
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#14 Texas A&M vs. Arkansas: Players to watch
5 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Last season's thriller between Texas A&M and Arkansas seems a distant memory with the teams' current iterations headed in different directions. Still, the winner will be determined by which playmakers get the best of their counterparts.
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Texas A&M 44, Nevada 27: Defense in review
5 yr ago by Billy Liucci
In Saturday's performance John Chavis likely saw several things he didn't like. What he also saw, however, were things that could be easily corrected. His Texas A&M defense heads into SEC play with much to prove — but also much to be excited about.
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#17 Texas A&M vs. Nevada: Players to watch
5 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Brian Polian returns to Kyle Field as head coach of the Nevada Wolfpack featuring a dynamic rushing attack and a strong set of tight ends. Kevin Sumlin's Aggies await with key pieces returning and stars looking to break out. Who will make the difference?
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Texas A&M 56, Ball State 23: Defense in review
5 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Game 1: fluke, or sign of things to come? In the second contest of the season, in merely a half of work, the Texas A&M starting defense proved it was the latter. The backups may need experience — but they're in the midst of getting it.
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Sumlin's confidence rising at start of camp's second week
5 yr ago by Olin Buchanan
Though his optimism is interspersed with caution, Kevin Sumlin is feeling good about Texas A&M's progress after Fall Camp's first scrimmage. In saying as much after Monday's practice, he also raised the bar higher.
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Fall Camp Primer: Five Aggies who must take the next step
5 yr ago by Billy Liucci
The outlook is the same for all at the start of fall practices: a spot on the field is up for grabs. Yet, for the sake of Texas A&M's success in 2015, five Aggies who are expected to fill vital roles will be counted on specifically to do so.
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Fall Camp Primer: A&M's five biggest fall position battles
5 yr ago by Billy Liucci
All around Aggieland and beyond, eager eyes will watch Kyle Allen and Kyler Murray duke it out for the title of Texas A&M's QB1 — and for good reason. However, heading into fall camp, competition that will be key to the Aggies' season also litters the rest of the roster.
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30 Players in 30 Days: #23 - A.J. Hilliard
5 yr ago by Gabe Bock
After transferring from TCU, junior LB A.J. Hilliard flashed his potential against South Carolina in 2014 before a season-ending injury. Now healthy, he hopes to be an important part of the A&M LB corps in 2015.
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Jordan Pugh discusses linebackers, A&M's recent recruting success
5 yr ago by Gabe Bock
During Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, former A&M and NFL DB Jordan Pugh shared his thoughts on the linebacker position at A&M, what to expect from the position and how the Aggies are recruiting so well.
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Dissecting Disappointment: A&M-Mizzou, Part I
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Whatever second chance the Aggies afforded their season with the Auburn win, they then squandered. A final look begins with a defense that found a new level of defenseless in the game's most pivotal moments.
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Breakdown: List of concerns after State debacle
6 yr ago by John Harris
If any hope may arise from what Texas A&M put on display in Starkville, it's that the biggest obstacle to its success — and the power to overcome it — lies in its own hands, John Harris reveals in a thorough look.
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Cover Story: The look back & the steps forward
6 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Against Rice, Texas A&M failed to look playoff-worthy for the first time in three games this season — and still won by 28. There are two sides to the same victory, but sharper focus must come in short order.
 
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