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Staples: 10 college football games worth watching while we wait
22 days 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.
Aggie club hockey survives late Longhorn rally to secure a 5-4 rivalry win
2 mo ago by Richard Zane
The Texas A&M club hockey team took the ice to face off against the rival Longhorns at Spirit Ice Arena and came out with a big win. With the victory, the Aggies completed a regular season sweep of the Longhorns.
Mandel's Mailbag: Which 2020 Playoff contenders made the best coordinator hires?
2 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.
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Dear Andy: Other than Clemson and Alabama, what program would you want to be right now?
2 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.
Monday night musings (on a Tuesday morning): Texas Bowl, recruiting & more
3 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.
Basketball Thoughts: Texas 60, Texas A&M 50
3 mo ago by Logan Lee
The Aggie basketball team came up short on Sunday against the Texas Longhorns, 60-50, at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth. Logan Lee analyzes the positives and negatives of the Aggies' performance and what the team can improve on going forward.
Photo Gallery: Texas 60, Texas A&M 50
3 mo ago by Lia Musgrave
TexAgs presents a collection of our best photos from Aggie basketball's 60-50 loss to Texas in the Lone Star Showdown in Fort Worth.
Aggies unable to recover from early deficit, fall to Longhorns, 60-50
3 mo ago by Logan Lee
In just the second meeting between Texas A&M and Texas on a basketball court since 2012, the Longhorns got the best of the Aggies. An early offensive struggle was too much for Texas A&M to overcome as they dropped their fourth in a row, 60-50 on Sunday afternoon.
Press Conference: Aggies fall in rivalry renewal with Texas, 60-50
3 mo ago by TexAgs
Meeting for just the second time since the 2011-2012 season, the Longhorns got the best of Texas A&M's squad on Sunday at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth. Following the 60-50 loss, Buzz Williams, Shaka Smart, Josh Nebo and Emanuel Miller spoke with the media to discuss the contest.
FINAL: Texas 60, Texas A&M 50
3 mo ago by Richard Zane
For just the second time since Texas A&M's departure to the SEC, the Aggies and Longhorns meet on the hardwood at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth. Follow along as Richard Zane provides live updates of this afternoon's Lone Star Showdown.
Aggies determined to shoot better, fight harder heading into rivalry renewal
4 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The Aggies will face the Texas Longhorn at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth on Sunday, and it may be their biggest challenge so far in the 2019-2020 season. If the Aggies want to pull out a win, they're going to have to show increased aggressiveness and toughness.
A&M basketball prepping for matchup with Longhorns in Fort Worth
4 mo ago by TexAgs
Buzz Williams, Chuck Mitchell and Quenton Jackson met with the media on Thursday afternoon to recap the Orlando Invitational and preview Sunday's game against Texas at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth.
Hop's Deep Reflections: A&M-LSU, Dabo, Aggie hoops & more
4 mo ago by David Sandhop
David Sandhop offers his opinions from another weekend of college football, including the Aggies' lopsided loss to LSU, Dabo Swinney's postgame meltdown and a look at what A&M's 2020 expectations should be.
Ask Liucci, Part 2: Looking to 2020, national coaching shuffle & more
4 mo ago by Billy Liucci
In part two of Ask Liucci, Billy offers some possible bowl game destinations for the Aggies, looks ahead to expectations for the future, and much more.
Ask Liucci, Part 1: Perspective on LSU game, OL development & more
4 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.
Harris discusses Joe Brady's explosive offense, A&M's Texas Bowl chances
4 mo ago by Gabe Bock
During Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, John Harris of the Houston Texans and FootballTakeover.com shared his thoughts on the beating Texas A&M took on Saturday night and why this season is the perfect time for the Aggies and Longhorns to meet in Houston.
Hop's Saturday Deep Reflections: A&M-UGA, Baylor's win and more
4 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.
Setting up Your Saturday: Viewing plans for 2019’s penultimate full weekend
4 mo ago by Nicole Auerbach
The end of the 2019 regular season is fast approaching, and several teams are looking to lock-in their spots at the top of their respective divisions. The Athletic's Nicole Auerbach analyzes the slate for Week 13.
Club hockey teams at Texas A&M and Texas to take rivalry outside after NHL Winter Classic
4 mo ago by Richard Zane
The historic Cotton Bowl in Dallas will host the club hockey teams from Texas A&M and Texas for an exhibition game on the NHL's Winter Classic ice surface. The January 5th contest between the Aggies and Longhorns will be a free, non-ticketed event.
Bowl game inflation causing credibility problems around college football
4 mo ago by Olin Buchanan
The number of bowl games in college football has steadily increased each decade. With 40 bowl games to fill teams with, it's getting harder and harder to find teams worthy of appearing - or that even meet the minimum requirements.
 
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