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Aaron Torres switches focus from Big Ten's failures to the Pac-12's
1 day ago by Gabe Bock
Now known as the "Voice of Reason" around college football, FOX Sports Radio's Aaron Torres joined TexAgs Radio to offer his thoughts on the Big Ten's decision to reverse course as well as the Pac-12's continuous fumbling of any logical decision.
FOX Sports Radio's Aaron Torres reacts to SEC's revised 2020 schedule
1 mo ago by Gabe Bock
Now that the SEC schedule has been released, it's time to discuss the ins and outs, who got it easy and who has a tough run through the gauntlet. FOX Sports Radio's Aaron Torres joined to share his thoughts from last night's schedule release.
The SEC: It had reasons for starting late, and those reasons haven’t changed
1 mo ago by Andy Staples
While the Big Ten and Pac-12 have already made the move to cancel completely, the SEC is holding firm and sticking by their protocols in an attempt to play in the fall. For the SEC, nothing has changed since two fellow Power 5 conferences bowed out of the 2020 season.
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WATCH: Greg Sankey tells Dan Patrick SEC continues to hope, plan for season
1 mo ago by Richard Zane
Southeastern Conference commissioner Greg Sankey joined the Dan Patrick Show on Tuesday morning to discuss the latest in CFB as the question of "Will we play?" begins to loom larger and larger as the days go by.
Torres: Greg Sankey's leadership 'incredible' as SEC navigates pandemic
1 mo ago by Gabe Bock
Yesterday, the likelihood of a college football season looked bleak, but there is renewed optimism thanks to the #WeWantToPlay movement. FOX Sports Radio's Aaron Torres offered his thoughts on Greg Sankey's refusal to let the Big Ten strong-arm the CFB world.
Monday Morning Mike: SEC's announcement, Pac-12 player demands
1 mo ago by Gabe Bock
TexAgs Radio college football correspondent Mike Huguenin joined the show to offer his thoughts on the Southeastern Conference's decision to go conference only in 2020, and the recent list of demands made by football players in the Pac-12.
Staples: For SEC football in 2020, it just means later
1 mo ago by Andy Staples
The SEC announced on Thursday that the beginning of its 2020 football season would be delayed and would exclude non-conference contests, putting some of college football's most storied rivalries on hold. The Athletic's Andy Staples analyzes the conference's decision.
Andy Staples offers a national perspective on the A&M program
2 mo ago by Billy Liucci
As decision day for the SEC and other major conferences looms on the horizon in regards to the 2020 season, Andy Staples of The Athletic joined the latest LiucciCast to offer his opinions on the national landscape of CFB and the 2020 Texas A&M Aggies.
Harris: Decisions regarding 2020 football schedule can wait a bit longer
2 mo ago by Gabe Bock
Following the decision from the Big Ten and Pac-12 to move to conference-only schedules for the fall of 2020, John Harris of the Houston Texans and FootballTakeover.com explains why the Power 5 conferences not rushing to make a decision are doing the right thing.
Liucci's Take: Thoughts on a potential 'conference only' football season
2 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Should every conference in the country join the Big Ten in playing only in-conference contests this fall, there would certainly be some unique facets to a 2020 college football season. Billy Liucci get creative with what he would like to see if this becomes a reality.
Southeastern Conference announces it will allow voluntary workouts
3 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.
Could football players be in the first wave of students back on campus?
4 mo ago by Seth Davis
Most agree that college football will only return when university campuses begin to resume some semblance of normal, but conference commissioners and other leaders insist many scenarios for how that might work remain viable.
Sankey: SEC will prepare to begin the 2020 football season on schedule
6 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
As all winter and spring sports have been canceled, Southeastern Conference commissioner Greg Sankey says he plans to begin the 2020 football season as planned. However, Sankey did acknowledge that the conference will adjust as necessary.
SEC announces cancellation of spring sports for the rest of 2019-2020
6 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
On Tuesday, the SEC decided to change from postponement to cancellation for spring sports for the remainder of the year. The decision is due to the spread of COVID-19 and was made with the health and wellbeing of the SEC in mind.
Liucci's Take: Cancellations, postponements a tough call, but the right decision
6 mo ago by Billy Liucci
In his first radio appearance since the COVID-19 pandemic began shutting down events and leagues across the nation, Billy Liucci shared his thoughts on the matter and why he believes cancellation and postponement was the correct move.
SEC, Texas A&M making tough decisions amid rapidly-changing coronavirus news
6 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The decisions to cancel the SEC Tournament and subsequently the other NCAA winter & spring championships developed rapidly. Texas A&M athletic director Ross Bjork offered some insight into the decision-making process and what may be next for Aggie athletics.
DEVELOPING: SEC extends suspension date, NCAA may grant extra eligibility
6 mo ago by TexAgs
With a constant stream of new developments in response to public health concerns related to the coronavirus, TexAgs is tracking the major storylines in this updating story.
The Athletic: Beset on all sides by NIL reform, the NCAA has begun to understand its fight
7 mo ago by Nicole Auerbach
The biggest test facing the NCAA today is whether or not student-athletes should be able to profit off their name, image and likeness. With more and more states passing legislation, the NCAA is finally starting to understand the fight that they're in.
For commissioners, Playoff expansion has become an open conversation
9 mo ago by Nicole Auerbach
The playoff debate is a popular topic in college football, and fans aren't the only ones calling for an expanded eight-team field. The Athletic's Nicole Auerbach provides the latest surrounding Playoff discussions among conference commissioners.
From Radio Row: SEC commissioner Greg Sankey fields questions from TexAgs subscribers
1 yr ago by Gabe Bock
During Thursday's edition of TexAgs Radio live from SEC Media Days, the commissioner of the Southeastern Conference Greg Sankey joined to answer questions raised by TexAgs subscribers and radio listeners. The commissioner hit on an extremely wide range of topics.
 
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