2012 NFL Mock Draft: Top 5 Texas A&M NFL Prospects

Jeff Fuller

We’re in the middle of the College Football season and it’s time to start looking at prospects for the 2012 NFL Draft. The next draft could be one of the most memorable for Texas A&M, with 7-8 players expecting to […]

New York Times Report: Missouri’s Application to the SEC “Inevitable and Imminent”


In a breaking news report by the New York Times, it appears as if Missouri is moving closer towards an application to the Southeastern Conference. The Times is reporting that a person with direct knowledge of the situation called Missouri […]

Texas A&M Football: Aggies Blow 18 Point Halftime Lead, Mike Sherman is to Blame


The Texas A&M Aggies have now lost in consecutive weeks after holding 17 and 18 point halftime leads. You can pin these losses on the defense all you want, but in my mind 100 percent of the blame falls on […]

Texas A&M Conference Realignment: What is the Move to SEC Really About?

Mike Sherman_2

Having spent a number of days reading articles from the hack college football writers at ESPN and the ensuing comments from Texas fans, it was time for me to explain what the move to the SEC is really about for […]

Texas A&M and SEC Finally Make it Official: Aggies Will Join July 1, 2012

According to Aggie Athletics, Texas A&M University has officially been accepted in to the Southeastern Conference. They will be official members of the league on July 1, 2012 with all sports joining the conference for the 2012-2013 seasons. This move […]

Texas and Oklahoma Board of Regents Meeting Monday

DKR Memorial Stadium

The Board of Regents for the University of Texas and Oklahoma University are each meeting on Monday—gee, I wonder what it could be about! There is no secret that they are meeting to discuss what to do moving forward in […]

LSU Defense Dominates Mississippi State in Thursday Night Showdown

Jarrett Lee

Last night on national television (with only baseball to compete), the LSU Tigers proved why they are the early favorites to bring home the BCS National Championship trophy, despite being ranked No. 2 or 3—depending on the publication. While the […]

SEC Votes to Accept Texas A&M University in to the Conference

Mike Sherman

News broke this morning that the Southeastern Conference schools voted to accept Texas A&M University, who will reportedly begin play in their new home in 2012. The caveat is that the SEC is not liable for any ligitation that could […]

Texas A&M Defense the Story in 46-14 Win over SMU

Ryan Tannehill SMU

In tonight’s 46-14 win over the SMU Mustangs, the Fightin’ Texas Aggie defense was anything but dominant for a while, but was able to get it together eventually. The first half was flat out embarrassing; the only time the Wrecking […]

University of Oklahoma Forcing Big 12 Commissioner Dan Beebe’s Hand?

As rumors began to spread after Texas A&M’s departure from the Big 12 became official, everyone started to speculate on who, if anyone, would be joining the Big 12. Then today reports surfaced that multiple conferences have contacted the University […]

BREAKING: Oklahoma Could Make Decision To Leave Big 12 In Next 3 Weeks

University of Oklahoma president David Boren has apparently received calls from multiple conferences expressing their interest in the Oklahoma Sooners, and the president expects to make a decision on the matter in the next three weeks. “We have some great […]

Texas Football Will Go As Far as Garrett Gilbert Can Take Them

Garrett Gilbert

After a horrible year by UT’s standards, the Longhorns set out to put the 2010 season behind them—but with the recent announcement that Garrett Gilbert will be the starting quarterback, it will be tough to forget that season right away. […]