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Two Aggie Football Players Arrested for Failure to Appear, Another Arrested for Assault

Updated information provided by the College Station Police Department On Thursday April 10, 2014 at approximately 2340 hrs, an officer with the College Station Police Department performed a traffic stop on a 2008 Pontiac in the 2000 blk of Texas Avenue for displaying an expired registration on the vehicle. While conducting the traffic stop, a […]

Chris Johnson Reportedly Signs Two-year Deal with New York Jets

BY BEN EAGLE The Jets have a new home-run threat in the backfield. After lingering on the free agent market, Chris Johnson has reportedly signed a two-year deal with the Jets, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The 28-year-old Johnson has rushed for at least 1,000 yards in every one of his six NFL seasons, and he had a breakthrough […]

Kennedy to Add Abdur-Rahim to Staff

By RICHARD CROOME Texas A&M basketball coach Billy Kennedy will add Amir Abdur-Rahim to fill the vacancy of assistant coach, according to an athletic department member close to the men’s basketball program. The official announcement of the hiring should come as early as Thursday. Abdur-Rahim, 33, spent the last two years as an assistant at […]

Aggie Basketball Inks Illinois Standout Peyton Allen

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The Texas A&M men’s basketball program officially announced Wednesday that it has received the National Letter of Intent from Peyton Allen. Allen, a 6-foot-5 guard, hails from Chatham, Ill., where he played for coach Todd Brakeman at Glenwood High School. “One of our goals this spring was to add a great 3-point […]

Astros Call Up Prized Prospect Springer

HOUSTON (AP) _ Prized prospect George Springer says he will join the Houston Astros from Triple-A Oklahoma City today. The 24-year-old outfielder had 37 homers and 108 RBIs with 45 stolen bases combined in Double-A and Triple-A last year. He was off to a strong start in Triple-A this season. He’s hitting .308 with three […]

Aggie QB Matt Joeckel Transferring To Another School

COLLEGE STATION– Texas A&M graduate and Aggie quarterback Matt Joeckel will take advantage of an NCAA transfer rule to pursue his final year of athletic eligibility at another institution. “Matt is a great Aggie and he has decided to transfer,” Aggie head football coach Kevin Sumlin said. “We wish him all the best.” Joeckel earned his […]

NCAA Legislative Council Approves Unlimited Meals

INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA’s legislative council has approved a proposal to expand the meal allowance for athletes. If approved by the board of directors April 24, Division I schools could provide unlimited meals and snacks to everyone who plays a college sport, including walk-ons. Tuesday’s vote came eight days after Shabazz Napier closed out Connecticut’s championship run […]

Shamier Little, Deon Lendore Each Named SEC Runner of the Week

Shamier Little, Deon Lendore each named SEC Runner of the Week BIRMINGHAM – Texas A&M had a pair of sprinters earn SEC Runner of the Week honors as freshman Shamier Little and junior Deon Lendore received the honor from the conference office today. Little became the 2014 U.S. and collegiate leader with a career best […]

HS Sports Schedule: Tuesday, April 15

BASEBALL Rockdale @ College Station, 7 p.m. (Zone 1150) Lufkin @ Bryan, 6 p.m. A&M Consolidated @ College Park, 6 p.m. Rudder @ Brenham, 7 p.m. SOFTBALL Rockdale @ College Station, 7 p.m. (ZoneHD 95.1-3) A&M Consolidated @ Conroe, 6:30 p.m. Rudder @ Montgomery, 7 p.m. GOLF Region II-5A girls tournament, Cottonwood Creek, Waco TENNIS […]

Texas A&M’s Deon Lendore Receives USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Week Honor

NEW ORLEANS –Texas A&M junior Deon Lendore earned his fifth career National Athlete of the Week honor from the United States Track & Field Cross Country Coaches Association as he recorded a world-leading time of 44.90 seconds in winning the 400 meters at the 35th annual Sun Angel Classic to establish a personal best time. In […]

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