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A&M’s John Thornton retires

Dr. John Thornton, a life-long Aggie, a former student-athlete, coach and administrator who holds three degrees from Texas A&M, has announced his plans to retire from athletics administration. Thornton has been a mainstay in the Texas A&M Athletics Department for more than 31 years, finishing his career as interim athletics director and senior associate athletics […]

BBV – BVSO Season Tickets on Sale

Bravo Brazos Valley visits with Marcelo Bussiki and Mary Koeninger about the upcoming Brazos Valey Symphony Orchestra

Manziel named Aggie starting QB

Texas A&M head football coach Kevin Sumlin announced today that redshirt freshman quarterback Johnny Manziel will be the Aggies’ starting quarterback for the season opener against Louisiana Tech, Thursday, Aug. 30 in Shreveport, Louisiana. The game will be televised nationally on ESPNU with kickoff set for 6:30 p.m. central. “Johnny has performed the best at […]

Finally! SEC releases basketball schedule

Birmingham, Ala. — The 2013 season will usher in a new era in Southeastern Conference men’s basketball as the league welcomes Missouri and Texas A&M while also returning to an 18-game league schedule. The SEC unveiled its 2013 composite league schedule Friday with each of the 126 contests being broadcast live. Almost half of the […]

BBV — BVSO to host Fundraiser Golf Tourney


Larson will bring home Gold Medal

LONDON — Texas A&M sophomore Breeja Larson became the first Aggie swimmer to earn an Olympic gold medal when Team USA’s women’s 4×100-meter medley relay won gold on Saturday. Larson, from Mesa, Ariz., did not swim in the Olympic final for Team USA, but earned her gold medal by helping the relay advance through the […]

Aggie Camille Adams finishes 5th in 200 Fly Finals

Aggies are still looking for an Olympic Medal in London. Texas A&M’s Camille Adams finished fifth in Wednesday’s 200-meter butterfly finals at the London Olympics with a time of 2:06.78. She finished just behind fellow American Kathleen Hersey and 2.72 seconds behind the gold medal winner from China, Liuyang Jiao. Another Aggie, Julia Wilkinson of […]

Open Call for ESPN Commercial Tuesday

An open call for Texas A&M fans of all ages interested in participating in the ESPN College GameDay commercial is set for Tuesday, July 31 at Kyle Field. Participants should enter Kyle Field through Gate 9 beginning at 7 p.m. and filming is expected to conclude around 1 a.m. Minors will need to be accompanied […]

Larson finishes 6th in Olympic Finals; Atkinson 4th

Texas A&M’ Breeja Larson has finished sixth in the Oympic 100-meter Breastroke Finals at London with a time of 1:06.96. However, it appeared that she may not get to swim at all. A collective gasp was heard from the packed stadium when Larson dove into the water alone, ahead of the starting horn in what […]

Penn State slammed by NCAA Sanctions

The NCAA has hit Penn State with a $60 million sanction, a four-year football postseason ban and a vacation of all wins dating to 1998, the organization announced Monday morning in a news release. “These funds must be paid into an endowment for external programs preventing child sexual abuse or assisting victims and may not […]

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