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A&M names Eric Hyman Athletics Director

  COLLEGE STATION – Texas A&M University President R. Bowen Loftin announced today that veteran athletics administrator Eric Hyman will lead Texas A&M into the Southeastern Conference as the university’s new director of athletics. Hyman comes to Texas A&M after serving as athletics director at the University of South Carolina since July 2005. “Eric is […]

Eric Hyman to be introduced as A&M AD Saturday

  It is official, that South Carolina’s Eric Hyman is Texas A&M’s choice as it’s new Athletics Director. He will be formally introduced tomorrow on the A&M campus Saturday at 4 p.m. It will be carried on 1150-AM the Zone.    Hyman himself has tendered his resignation from South Carolina and has issued this statement […]

Middleton drafted by Pistons

  Former Texas A&M forward Khris Middleton id indeed hear his name called last night in the second round of the NBA draft. Middleton was taken as the 39th overall pick by the Detroit Pistons. Middleton pased up his senior year at A&M after averaging 13.2 points a game in an injury plagued junior season.   […]

Ags’ Larson wins; headed to London

 Texas A&M sophomore Breeja Larson out-touched the world’s best breaststroker to earn a trip to the 2012 London Olympic Games with a win in the 100-meter breaststroke at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials on Wednesday. Larson, from Mesa, Ariz., out-dueled two-time reigning world champion Rebecca Soni and current world record holder Jessica Hardy to grab […]

Larson going for Olympic team

Aggie swimmer Breeja Larson is making a splash at the Olympic Trials in Omaha. Yesterday the sophomore  made it through two rounds in the 100-meter breaststroke and today will swim as the 3rd seed in the finals. Larson won her heat of the semi-finals with a time of 1:07. She must finish first or second […]

College Football Playoff is Coming!

After years of begging for it, Division I-A college football fan are finally going to get their playoff. It became official yesterday when the Presidential Oversight Committee gave a thumbs up to the four-team playoff plan that had been offered by the conference commissioners last week. The plan starts after the 2014 season so the […]

Aggie Golfers have strong tournaments

 Two Aggie golfers advanced well at the Women’s Western Golf Assn Amateur Championship in Monroe Michigan before bowing out. Both MaryMichael Maggio and Susy Grunden qualified for the match-play portion of the tournament. Grunden won her first two matches but was eliminated in the Round of 16 by Moriya Jutanugam. Maggio won her first three […]

Tarmoh in Olympic Trial Tie Controversy

Texas A&M sprinter Jeneba Tarmoh is in the middle of a little controversy at the US Olympic trials at Eugene.  Even with all the modern technology to time a 100-meter dash, Tarmoh and her Nike teammate Allyson Feliz tied for third Saturday in the finals, and that means really tied, at 11.068 seconds. There was […]

Sandusky Guilty; taken to jail

Jerry Sandusky was convicted Friday of sexually assaulting 10 boys over 15 years, accusations that shattered the image of Penn State football and led to the firing of Hall of Fame coach Joe Paterno. Sandusky, a 68-year-old retired defensive coach who once was Paterno’s heir apparent, was found guilty on 45 of 48 counts. The […]

BBV-A&M takes science teachers afloat

Texas A&M is taking science teachers from around the country on the JOIDES Resolution this summer: Listen: BBV-A&MNews6-21

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