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Mad Hatter May Be Out at LSU

Heading into this weekends match up with A&M there may be some bumpy roads ahead in the Bayou. According to ESPN’s Joe Schad…There is “a very good possibility” that LSU will buy out Les Miles’ contract, a high-ranking source involved in the decision regarding the coach’s future. Miles responded by saying “I dont want to […]

No. 14 California beats Sam Houston State

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) _ Freshman forward Jaylen Brown had 18 points and 11 rebounds, and Tyrone Wallace helped key a big first-half run that led No. 14 California to its fourth straight win to open the season, 89-63 over Sam Houston State on Monday night. Jordan Mathews added 18 points and Wallace had 17 points, […]

Spurs Shut Down High Flying Phoenix

SAN ANTONIO (AP) _ Kawhi Leonard had 24 points and 13 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs held the Phoenix Suns to season-low production in a 98-84 victory on Monday night. Phoenix was averaging 106.5 points per game, but was held to season-lows in the first half (34) and total points and committed a season-high […]

Texans Hoyer Done With Concussion Protocol

Houston Texans quarterback Brian Hoyer is done with the concussion protocol and will start on Sunday against New Orleans. He was injured in a game against Cincinnati Nov. 16 and sat out on Sunday against the Jets.

Pats Get to 10-0

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) _ The New England Patriots remain one of the NFL’s two unbeaten teams, keeping pace with the Carolina Panthers. The Patriots are 10-0 after James White scored two touchdowns in their 20-13 triumph over Buffalo. White put the Pats ahead to stay with a six-yard scoring run with 5:55 left in the […]

Texas A&M’s Babers, Aiple Receive SEC Weekly Honors

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M middle blocker Jazzmin Babers has been named the SEC Player of the Week for the third time this season and also has collected the league’s Defensive Player of the Week award for a fourth time, the Southeastern Conference announced today. In addition, Stephanie Aiple has been named SEC Setter […]

Texans’ Hoyer out of concussion protocol; will start Sunday

HOUSTON (AP) _ Brian Hoyer is done with the team’s concussion protocol and will start for the Houston Texans on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. Hoyer was injured early in the third quarter on Nov. 16 against the Cincinnati Bengals and sat out on Sunday against the New York Jets. T.J. Yates took over […]

Aggie Men’s Basketball Ranked #25 in New AP Poll; Aggie Women come in at #10.

MEN’S TOP 25 1 Kentucky (59) SEC Record: 4-0 PV Rank 2 Points 1,619 2 Maryland (6) Big Ten Record: 3-0 3 1,518 3 Michigan State Big Ten Record: 3-0 13 1,448 4 Iowa State Big 12 Record: 2-0 7 1,297 5 Kansas Big 12 Record: 1-1 4 1,243 6 Duke ACC Record: 4-1 5 […]

Walker Named ESPNW National Player of the Week

Texas A&M women’s basketball’s senior guard Courtney Walker was named espnW’s National Player of the Week on Monday, after averaging 22.5 points and 9.5 rebounds against No. 14 Duke and TCU this week. Walker had her second career double double at No. 14 Duke, helping the No. 12 Aggies to a 72-66 overtime win with […]

Bertolet Matches SEC Record, Earns SEC Weekly Honors

Box Score BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Texas A&M senior placekicker Taylor Bertoletearned Southeastern Conference Co-Special Teams Player of the Week honors on Monday after matching the conference record with six field goals in the Aggies’ road victory over Vanderbilt on Saturday. Bertolet, from Reading, Pa., connected on three three-pointers in each half against the Commodores as […]

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