We’re in the End Game Now…

With the draft looming Shelbie and Aaron explore draftees landing in certain places, make an Aggie avenger squad and talk about the future of Aggie baseball, along with softball. They also address the elephant in the room, dicussing the vacant AD seat at A&M.

We’re Back

After a week long absence due to sickness, Shelbie and Aaron are back to discuss everything Aggie Athletics that happened in the past two weeks. From exciting wins to disappointing losses and everything in between, these two have you covered.

Deflated Basketballs, Baseball Draws, and Made up Brawls

In this third episode, Shelbie and Aaron explore the idea of making an Aggie fight club, talk rivalries, and their mutual hate for cancer and love for the fight of Jonathan Ducoff.

Texas A&M Beats LSU in 7OT Thriller

On Saturday, Texas A&M beat SEC rival LSU 74-72 in 7OT, tying the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game. If you missed the game that fans are calling the game of the year or simply want to relive the excitement, read on for a recap and highlights of the thriller. 1st Quarter (7-7) The majority of regulation was overshadowed...

Takeaways from the Texas A&M win over Ole Miss

The Texas A&M Aggies defeated the Ole Miss Rebels 38-24 on Saturday, securing bowl eligibility for the tenth straight season. After losing two consecutive road games against Mississippi State and Auburn, the Aggies picked up a win at Kyle Field- their first since October of 2015- restoring hope for the future of this team and grabbing bowl eligibility in...

Texas A&M Athletics: Recapping a whirlwind of a weekend

The Aggies had quite the weekend in a number of sports. Missed any of the action? Not to worry, it's time for a recap. 

SEC Football: Week 11 shows us life after divisions are won

Alabama and Georgia may have wrapped up the East and West in Week 10, but the season is far from over. What does Week 11 have in store for us?

Aggie of the Week: Auburn

The Aggies suffered a devastating loss against Auburn on Saturday, blowing a ten-point lead with just over five minutes to play in the fourth quarter. Texas A&M was in control for the majority of the game and appeared to have the advantage both offensively and defensively. The Aggies had a possession time of 38:41, leaving the Tigers with just...

SEC Football: SEC East crown, battle in the Bayou highlights week ten

Alright ladies and gents, we are in the home stretch. What does Week 10 bring us? Here is your weekly rundown of the action coming this week.

Moving Forward After the Texas A&M Loss to Mississippi State

On Saturday, the then No. 16 ranked Aggies dropped to 5-3 after the 28-13 loss to unranked Mississippi State. They have fallen to No. 25 in the AP Poll and come in at No. 20 in the first official College Football Playoff Rankings. Texas A&M ended a three-game win streak on the season and lost its third straight game to...