Saturday, July 11, 2020

SEC Basketball Power Rankings: Another shake-up at the top

SEC Basketball craziness is in full swing. Conference play in college basketball is truly a unique endeavor. Better teams routinely lose games that they should have been able to win in their sleep. While most college basketball may be insufferable to watch, there is still drama and insanity on a weekly basis. All over the country, teams are losing games they...

SEC Basketball Power Rankings: Hello, Old Friend

As promised, the SEC Basketball Power Rankings will now be a weekly occurrence. The SEC is most widely known for football – they have two teams playing for a national championship on January 8th. However, it is basketball season, so football can go kick rocks, at least until Monday night. We will all be on the edge of our seats...

Texas A&M Basketball: Aggies limping to conference play

Conference play sits right around the corner. The Aggies are poised to make a run at the title. However, injuries and distractions could change that. 

SEC Basketball Power Rankings: The Grand Unveiling

It is that time of the year. No, not Christmas time but the time of the year where SEC fans place their laser focus on college basketball. With the focus switching, it is time to begin keeping track of the conference’s best and worst teams. In the spirit of Christmas, I will stop beating around the bush and dive right in....

Texas A&M Basketball: The rise to the top 10 and beyond

If you haven't noticed, Texas A&M has emerged as a force to be reckoned with on the court this season. Let's take a look at their rise to the top ten and beyond.  After a roller coaster of a football season, Aggie basketball has been a breath of fresh air. They have sky rocketed to a 9-1 start, the lone...

Texas A&M athletics: A week in review

It's been quite a week in Aggieland. From basketball to football to soccer, everything seems to be going well. Texas A&M Football is coming off a bowl clinching win over New Meexico. Aggie Basketball rocked up the AP Poll after a win over no. 11 West Virginia. Last but not least, Women's Soccer hosts the second round of the...

Texas A&M basketball opens season vs. West Virginia in Germany

No. 25 Texas A&M Aggies RECORD (0-0) CONFERENCE RECORD (0-0) NEXT OPPONENT  UCSB No. 11 West Virginia Mountaineers RECORD (0-0) CONFERENCE RECORD (0-0) NEXT OPPONENT  American University GAME INFORMATION: GAME TIME  5:00 p.m. CT LOCATION  Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany STADIUM  Ramstein Air Base NETWORK  ESPN LINE  EVEN OVER/UNDER   Aggies Key Player PG TJ Starks With JJ Caldwell out to start the season, it will be up to TJ Starks to fill those shoes and be the point guard the Aggies need to open the season. Caldwell will be back...

Former Aggie Guard Caruso Signs Two-Way Deal with LA

Alex Caruso was the cornerstone of Texas A&M Basketball during his time in maroon and white. The College Station native was no stranger to the team, growing up as a ball boy for the Aggies. He then went on to play for the Aggies from 2012 to 2016, with All-SEC Second Team and All-SEC Defensive Team selections at the...

Texas A&M Basketball Aims to Solidify Guard Position with Recruits

Looking for a post-regular season playoff run after failing to make the NCAA Tournament or receive a NIT bid, Texas A&M Basketball has added some fresh faces to the program. The first rookie to join the team is Marquette graduate transfer Duane Wilson Jr. The 6-2, 185 pound guard is looking to rebound after a tough season last year—averaging just...

March Madness with Peyton Siva (Part 2)

Last week, I introduced a series of interviews with former Louisville point guard, and 2013 National Champion, Peyton Siva. Peyton has agreed to take us behind the scenes of his experiences in March Madness week-by-week. If you missed the first installation, where we discussed Championship Week, you can read it here. For our second interview, Peyton and I discussed Selection Sunday,...
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