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Recruiting Q&A: 2022 must gets, Bryce Foster and more
5 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Over the weekend, TexAgs analyst Ryan Brauninger asked for subscribers to hit him with their questions surrounding Texas A&M recruiting. He covers the Ags' chances of landing LJ Johnson Jr and Bryce Foster, if A&M will sign a five-star recruit this year and more.
Dear Andy: Will decisions over crowd sizes this fall create inequities, conflict?
22 days ago by Andy Staples
The Athletic's Andy Staples discusses the process of how a team determines their interim coach and possible disparities in crowd-size rules due to COVID-19. He also ranks college football stadiums based on their legendary moments as well as readily available spices.
Scattershooting Aggie Football (Part 1): Getting players on campus, recruiting trends
1 mo ago by Billy Liucci
As the NCAA considers allowing players to return to college campuses, Billy Liucci runs down the benefits of that move and takes an in-depth look at the recruiting trends for the Aggies and other programs around the country.
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The questions that need to be answered for college football to return on time
1 mo ago by Andy Staples
Whether or not there is a college football season in 2020 is still up in the air, and many questions need to be answered before teams are allowed to return to the gridiron. The Athletic's Andy Staples attempts to answer a few of those pressing concerns.
Mandel’s Mailbag: Why couldn’t EA Sports make deals to bring back NCAA Football?
1 mo ago by Stewart Mandel
The Athletic's Stewart Mandel fielded another round of subscriber questions and answers them in this edition of Mandel's Mailbag. He answers whether or not NCAA video games will make a return, if there is a precedent for seasons affected by pandemics and much more.
Staples: 10 college football games worth watching while we wait
3 mo ago by Andy Staples
Sports have long been a distraction from reality. With reality canceling all current major sporting events, The Athletic's Andy Staples has compiled ten college football games to watch as fans await the return of normal sports programming. And we added a few just for TexAgs.
Mandel's Mailbag: Which 2020 Playoff contenders made the best coordinator hires?
5 mo ago by Stewart Mandel
Which contenders have the best coordinators? How patient should A&M and Texas fans be with their respective coaches? The Athletic's Stewart Mandel answers those questions and more in this week's Mandel Mailbag.
Dear Andy: Other than Clemson and Alabama, what program would you want to be right now?
5 mo ago by Andy Staples
The Athletic's college football writer Andy Staples again fields questions from readers in this edition of 'Dear Andy.' Staples tackles which programs are the best in college football, the 2019 LSU team's legacy and much more.
Mandel: Will college football’s newfound Semifinal Saturday finally deliver?
6 mo ago by Stewart Mandel
As the Semifinal Saturday games approach, CFB executive director Bill Hancock is hoping for a change of pace that brings more competition, more excitement and larger audiences, and this may be the year that teams deliver.
Monday night musings (on a Tuesday morning): Texas Bowl, recruiting & more
6 mo ago by Billy Liucci
With bowl season upon us, Billy unfurls a series of late-night thoughts on Texas A&M's bowl assignment, the college football playoff rankings, the Aggies' stretch run in the 2020 recruiting class and more.
Mandel: CFP committee got it right with LSU at No. 1
6 mo ago by Gabe Bock
During Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio, The Athletic's Stewart Mandel joined to discuss why he believes the College Football Playoff committee put the right four teams in. Mandel also shared his most intriguing matchups of the bowl slate.
I Was There: The Athletic’s writers relive the most memorable games of the 2010s
7 mo ago by Andy Staples
College football fans have been treated to many incredible moments and games over the last decade. From the "Kick Six" to Johnny Football and many overtimes and Hail Marys in between, The Athletic's staff compiles the most memorable games they've covered.
Around CFB: Breaking down the contenders for the fourth playoff spot
7 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
Undefeated through 12 games, LSU, Clemson, and Ohio State have all but locked up their place in the 2019 CFB Playoff. With one final spot still left for the taking, Olin analyzes the resumes of each of the one-loss contenders still in the hunt.
Ask Liucci, Part 1: Perspective on LSU game, OL development & more
7 mo ago by Billy Liucci
After a less than stellar outing against LSU, Billy Liucci takes on another round of subscriber questions, dealing with the Aggies' struggles against the Bayou Bengals, needed growth along the o-line and in the secondary and much more.
Setting Up Your Thanksgiving Weekend: How to navigate a loaded rivalry week
7 mo ago by Nicole Auerbach
The final weekend viewing guide of the year is a super-sized one, with a fascinating Friday in-store before high-stakes rivalries are renewed. Nicole Auerbach provides a guide for you to maximize your Thanksgiving weekend.
Around CFB: Stroke of luck needed for Alabama to get back to the playoff
7 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The Alabama Crimson Tide are no strangers to making national championship or playoff runs despite having a loss to their name. This year, the Tide will likely need some help in the final two weeks of the season if they are to get back to the college football playoff.
Hop's Saturday Deep Reflections: A&M-UGA, Baylor's win and more
7 mo ago by David Sandhop
David Sandhop takes a dive into happenings all around college football from Saturday's game day, this week discussing the Aggies' loss to the Bulldogs, officiating conspiracies, Baylor's win over Texas and more.
Hop's Saturday Deep Reflections: A&M-South Carolina, OU's comeback & more
7 mo ago by David Sandhop
David Sandhop shares his thoughts after another weekend of college football following an A&M win over South Carolina. This week, Hop highlights a big day from Chuck Oliver, explains what the Paul Bunyan trophy is and much more.
Setting up Your Saturday: Week 12's big games offer little room for error
7 mo ago by Nicole Auerbach
The stretch run is here and with chaos at the top, Week 12 should provide more answers as litmus tests such as Oklahoma-Baylor take the field. Additionally, the top-tier teams will be focused on putting together complete performances.
Setting up your Saturday: The weekend we’ve all been waiting for has arrived
7 mo ago by Nicole Auerbach
LSU-Alabama is undoubtedly the main event on Saturday, however, Weekend 11 offers a full array of games with implications of all sizes and on paper appears to be some of the best matchups this season.
 
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