- sportal.com.auMay 28 09:30 AM
The Aggies coach says the sophomore will be the No. 1 QB heading into fall, but highly rated freshman Kyler Murray will offer competition.
- Dr. Saturday via Yahoo! SportsMay 08 11:50 AM
Even though this rivalry is dormant, it hasn't stopped both programs from slinging barbs at the other.
- Newschannel 6 Wichita FallsMay 26 04:43 PM
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Texas A&M forward Davonte Fitzgerald is transferring to Minnesota. The Golden Gophers announced the move on Tuesday. Fitzgerald is a 6-foot-7 forward who spent two years playing for the Aggies.
- Bleacher ReportMay 13 11:40 AM
In November 2012, Texas A& M topped Alabama in Tuscaloosa and announced its SEC presence with authority. Since then, though, the Aggies have been more sizzle than steak. A nine-win season in 2013 followed by eight wins last year have relegated the Aggies to more of an afterthought in the most grueling division in college football rather than contender. Based on his coaching moves this offseason...
- WTOK-TV MeridianMay 20 03:13 PM
Alabama Falls Into the Loser's Bracket at the SEC Baseball Tournament in Hoover
- Arkansas Democrat-GazetteMay 29 12:32 AM
LSU, Missouri and Texas A&M will be Arkansas’ permanent basketball opponents, it was announced Thursday at the SEC spring meetings in Destin, Fla.
- Dr. Saturday via Yahoo! SportsMay 19 05:32 AM
AD Joe Alleva told the Baton Rouge Advocate that as long as he's at LSU, there won't be a Thursday home game.
- Dr. Saturday via Yahoo! SportsMay 22 07:08 AM
Hill set Texas A&M's single-game record with 511 passing yards in last season's opener against South Carolina.
- San Antonio Express-NewsMay 20 11:24 AM
(AP) — Nick Banks drove home the go-ahead run and Texas A&M reliever Andrew Vinson left the bases loaded in the ninth, lifting the Aggies to a 4-3 win over Alabama Wednesday in the Southeastern Conference tournament. The Aggies had tied it with a three-run third inning, including RBI doubles by Taylor and Ryne Birk.
- KXXV WacoMay 10 05:18 PM
COLLEGE STATION, Texas – A day after coming back from a five-run deficit, the No. 2 Texas AM Aggies found a six-run hole too much to overcome, dropping an 8-7 decision to the South Carolina Gamecocks Sunday afternoon on Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park. Falling behind 8-2, Texas AM (42-9, 17-9 SEC) had the potential tying run on second base in the eighth inning and third base in the ninth inning ...
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