Troop of Aggies fans help team celebrate win in MississippiOXFORD, Miss. – Texas A&M fans are among the nation's best at following their Aggies all around the nation. Saturday night was no exception as thousands of A&M fans were on hand for the Aggies' 31-24 victory at Mississippi. Immediately after the game the players lined up for the Aggie War Hymn, including freshman quarterback Nick Starkel (No.
OXFORD, Miss. – Texas A&M's defense figured it was taking a big hit when senior defensive tackle Zaycoven Henderson was ejected for targeting right before halftime at Mississippi. The Aggies didn't realize at the time the once-touted Daylon Mack was bent on living up to his former five-star billing in filling the gap – and then some – over the last couple of quarters for the upstart Aggies.
OXFORD, Miss. - Texas A&M senior receiver Damion Ratley pulled freshman quarterback Nick Starkel aside for a little advice a couple of weeks ago - for Ratley's sake as much as that of the strong-armed Starkel. "I'm going to be five yards away from you," Ratley recalled telling Starkel during A&M's home loss to Auburn. "You don't have to throw a bullet." Not long after, Ratley hauled in a touchdown pass from Starkel.
Kevin Sumlin said he’s proud of how his team has responded to ongoing outside speculation about his future with Texas A&M: It’s not like that just started last week. That started in the summer time. All the games have been like that.
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Selecting a term
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