One of the grossest things in all of sports is big-time college football recruiting: educational institutions groveling and begging high schoolers to attend, adults directing slush funds towards 17-year-olds, college graduates harassing kids on social media to consider their alma mater. And last night saw just the…
We’re still all trying to figure out how UNI blew a 12-point lead in 44 seconds, but in the meantime here’s the entire sequence compressed into less than a minute of painful, painful video. (Unless you’re an Aggies fan, that is, or one of those insufferable people who cheer for “the SEC.”)
“I wish I could get some time back,” said Northern Iowa’s Paul Jesperson, but the problem for the Panthers wasn’t really that there was not enough time, was it? Up 12 points on Texas A&M, 44 seconds remaining, a Sweet 16 berth within view, just about every metric and every win probability calculator and the experience…
Texas A&M beat Iowa State this afternoon after ending the game on a 16-4 run. Cyclones star George Niang fouled out with 15 points, but was apparently too slow getting off the court for this lil’ fan.
This summer, Kevin Sumlin dismissively quoted the hoary old football platitude that “if you have two quarterbacks, you really have none,” bragging that with Kyle Allen and Kyler Murray on his team, both young, former five-star recruits, the Aggies were in pretty good shape. He maybe shouldn’t have tempted fate; Texas…
According to Dallas police, former Texas A&M wide receiver Thomas Johnson murdered a jogger on Monday morning by hacking him to death with a “large-edged weapon.” Police say there is no clear motive for the attack.
For the second conference game in a row, number one ranked and previously unbeatable-looking Kentucky was taken to overtime by an unheralded opponent, this time Texas A&M. Perhaps the SEC is tougher than we thought?
Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin announced today that Michael Richardson, the overly intense student assistant who hit two West Virginia players during yesterday's Liberty Bowl, has been dismissed from the team.
Spinning away from the rush, then throwing a TD pass into quadruple coverage? That's just Johnny being Johnny!
For the fiscal year ending Aug. 31, Texas A&M received a mammoth $740 million in pledges and gifts, according to an email sent out by chancellor John Sharp. When it's all collected and finalized, it should be an all-time record for a public university. And make no mistake: it's about football.
A.J. McCarron gets slapped with the pejorative "game manager" label, as if taking care of the football and involving the ground game are bad things. Johnny Manziel? Spectacular as always.
Worth remembering Texas wanted to recruit Manziel as a safety, which tells you all you need to know about the Texas defense.
NCAA heavies traveled to College Station on Sunday and met with Johnny Manziel for nearly six hours, grilling him on allegations that he accepted money to sign autographs. Manziel reportedly maintained his innocence, setting up a collision course with the enforcement of an immoral yet immutable rule.