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Damontre Moore Says He’s trying to Prove That His Stats Weren’t a Fluke

Monday, April 8th, 2013

Since the time he arrived on campus at Texas A&M, Damontre Moore had some big shoes to fill. He spent his freshman year playing behind college football's sack leader, Von Miller, and was looked at as Miller's heir-apparent. When Miller bolted for the NFL, it gave Moore an opportunity to ...

Johnny Football Discusses How Life Has Changed and Folks Making Money Off of Him

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

In a year, Johnny Manziel has gone from someone most of the country had never heard of to a Heisman Trophy winner who is snapping photos with seemingly every celebrity on the planet. It's been a wild ride, and it's not going anywhere. Johnny Manziel joined 790 The Ticket in Miami ...

Kevin Sumlin Says the Texas A&M Aggies are Still Playing Catch-Up in the SEC

Friday, February 8th, 2013

When Texas A&M joined the SEC there were many detractors. Not only was Kevin Sumlin making the leap from the University of Houston in Conference USA but he was bringing a wide-open, high-scoring offense to the toughest and most physical conference in all of college football. After the first SEC ...

Nick Saban Refuses to Even Define the Term “Dynasty”

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

In case you've been under a rock, Nick Saban hasn't been willing to go there when folks start talking about his Alabama Crimson Tide program as a dynasty. After winning its third title in four years Monday night, however, that title seems more and more appropriate. Saban takes his dynasty ...

Kliff Kingsbury On Coaching at Texas Tech: “It means everything to me”

Thursday, December 20th, 2012

Kliff Kingsbury spent four seasons etching his name in the Texas Tech record books. He finished his career in Lubbock with nearly 13,000 passing yards and 95 touchdowns. His resume as a college football assistant is just as impressive as his play on the field during his time with the ...

Johnny Manziel Says He Would Give Up His Heisman Trophy for a Chance to Play for the National Championship

Monday, December 10th, 2012

It was Johnny Manziel's dream ever since he was a young kid to play at the University of Texas. Texas was actually recruiting him to play defensive back and he never received a scholarship offer from them. It's their loss. Manziel ended up going to Texas A&M to play quarterback ...

Even Johnny Manziel Himself is Surprised By His Own Success this Season

Monday, December 3rd, 2012

We've heard plenty about Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel this season, we just haven't heard much from the man himself. After spending the year not being allowed to do media interviews, that ban was lifted last week, giving the redshirt freshman the chance to talk about his fantastic season. If ...

Texas A&M Gears Up For Big Game Against LSU

Thursday, October 18th, 2012

Texas A&M is wasting any time proving it can play in the SEC. The Aggies lost by just three points to Florida to open the season, but they've rattled off five straight victories since then and have themselves in the top 20 in the BCS rankings. But we'll really get ...

Kevin Sumlin Will Make His Texas A&M Coaching Debut One Week Late

Friday, September 7th, 2012

This offseason was an exciting one for the Texas A&M football team. Not only did the Aggies bring Kevin Sumlin back to College Station but Texas A&M was making the switch from the Big 12 to the SEC. The Sumlin era was set to open up last Thursday night against ...

Ryan Tannehill Hopes Understanding of Dolphins’ Offense Leads To Easy Transition

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

It may not have been the only reason that the Miami Dolphins selected quarterback Ryan Tannehill with the No. 8 overall pick in last week's NFL Draft, but it certainly didn't hurt that his former coach at Texas A&M, Mike Sherman, is the Dolphins' offensive coordinator. And he's not alone ...