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The schedule for the 2020 NFL season was released last Thursday evening, May 7, and is set to start on Sept. 10 when the Houston Texans travel to Kansas City, Mo. and take on the defending Super Bowl … more
Although St. Edward’s University was forced to discontinue six of its Division II athletic programs, former Tompkins tennis state champion Anish Sriniketh already planned on this year being his … more
HOUSTON — Until Friday, Kellen Mond had never owned a cowboy hat. But after throwing for 95 yards and a touchdown and rushing for 117 yards and another touchdown to lift Texas A&M to a 24-21 win over No. 25 Oklahoma State in the 13th Texas Bowl on Dec. 27, the junior quarterback earned a late Christmas present. more
Shaka Smart hadn’t seen the rivalry between Texas and Texas A&M first-hand in his tenure with the Longhorns, but he’s watched plenty of old games between the Longhorns and Aggies. more
It’s not been an easy road for Texas A&M thus far. Through six games, the Aggies had already had to deal with three top-10 teams—all losses—and their two SEC wins hadn’t come easy. more
Halfway through the college football regular season, Texas A&M is trying to discover what it’s about after another loss to a No. 1 team. more
On the one hand, Texas A&M can argue that a 31-27 win over Arkansas is an SEC win no matter what anyone says, and not only that, most of the Aggies’ games here at JerryWorld are nail-biters, regardless of rankings or rationale. more
Kellen Mond can play but Texas A&M’s isn’t getting maximum value out of the talented junior. more
At least fans of Texas and Texas A&M could take pleasure in the other’s misfortune last weekend. more
Before becoming the Texas A&M athletic director in July, Ross Bjork only knew Jimbo Fisher by reputation and by common relationships. more
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