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A&M Football Student Tickets Sold Out

COLLEGE STATION-Texas A&M, the Home of the 12th Man, offers the largest percentage of student seats in a collegiate stadium with more than 30,000 tickets allocated to students each football season. At this time, the full-season football options for the 2012 season are sold out. A limited number of Maroon three-game packages which includes Florida, […]

Aggie Soccer Starts 2012 With a Win

IRVINE, Calif. – Sophomore Shea Groom contributed two assists as the No. 14 Texas A&M soccer team (1-0) opened the 2012 season with 2-1 victory over UC Irvine (0-2) Monday at Anteater Stadium. The Aggies are now 17-3 all-time in home openers and avenged a 2011 loss to the Anteaters with the win. “This wasn’t […]

Tendinitis Sidelines Cowboys WR Bryant

SAN DIEGO (AP) _ Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant will be treated for tendinitis in his right knee after an MRI revealed no tear to a ligament or tendon.   Bryant injured his knee during a joint practice Monday with the San Diego Chargers.   The Cowboys say Bryant will be evaluated on a day-to-day […]

Clemens Plans Return to Baseball

HOUSTON (AP) _ Rogers Clemens has signed with the Sugar Land Skeeters of the  independent Atlantic League and is expected to start for them on Saturday at home against Bridgeport.   The 50-year-old right-hander was acquitted in June of charges he lied to Congress when he denied using performance-enhancing drugs.   Clemens hasn’t played for […]

Judge Rejects Armstrong Lawsuit Against Anti-Doping Agency

NEW YORK (AP) _ A federal judge in Austin, Texas, has thrown out Lance Armstrong’s lawsuit against the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, an attempt to stop the drug case against the seven-time Tour de France winner.   Armstrong has repeatedly denied doping. His lawsuit claimed USADA lacked jurisdiction and that its arbitration process violates his constitutional […]

Southland Conference Invites Abilene Christian, Incarnate Word

FRISCO, Texas (AP) _ The University of Incarnate Word will join the Southland Conference while Abilene Christian University said it has received an invitation to the league.   The Frisco-based Southland Conference and Incarnate Word said Monday that the San Antonio-based university will become a member on July 1, 2013.   Abilene Christian announced on […]

CS Capital Murder Trial Set for January 7

Jury selection for a College Station an charged with capital murder has been moved back to January 7. Stanley Robertson, 44, is charged in connection with the August 2010 kidnapping and murder of his ex-girlfriend’s mother. Annie Toliver was kidnapped from the College Station Wal-Mart. She was found stabbed to death in Fort Worth. Robertson’s […]

Power Line Removal to Cause Delays on Mitchell Parkway in Bryan

One of Bryan’s busiest roads will see delays Tuesday as workers remove power lines. It’s all part of the new overpass going in on Harvey Mitchell Parkway at Villa Maria. Officials say road closures will begin about 10 a.m. with alternating closures for about an hour and a half. During the closures, both north and […]

Pinto Files for College Station Council Seat

The last day of filing for the College Station municipal elections produced the first multiple candidate race for city council. Arthur Pinto filed Monday for Place 4 and will run against John Nichols. The seat is currently held by Katy-Marie Lyles, who is not seeking re-election. Both Pinto and Nichols have run before. Pinto lost […]

Tannehill Named Dolphins Starting QB

DAVIE, Fla. (AP) _ Rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill has won the Miami Dolphins’ starting job. Coach Joe Philbin announced following practice Monday that Tannehill will start the Dolphins’ opener Sept. 9 at Houston. Tannehill beat out Matt Moore, who finished last year as Miami’s starter. Training camp began with a three-way competition for the job, […]

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