COLLEGE STATION - The Aggies are undefeated in practice, which is the good news for Texas A&M fans. "We understand the urgency of getting better, and before you can win a game, you have to win a practice," A&M coach Billy Kennedy said Monday. In practice, the Aggies resemble an all-star cast, loaded with talent and length and quickness; the bad news starts when A&M must face someone else in Southeastern Conference play. "Guys are getting in the gym and doing extra work," Kennedy said this week.
Photo: Chuck Burton/Associated Press Jimbo Fisher has turned to a Baylor Bear to round out his coaching staff at Texas A&M. Jimbo Fisher has turned to a Baylor Bear to round out his coaching staff at Texas A&M. Photo: Chuck Burton/Associated Press Jimbo Fisher rounds out Texas A&M staff with former Baylor defensive back COLLEGE STATION – Jimbo Fisher has turned to a Baylor Bear to round out his coaching staff at Texas A&M.
Billy Kennedy on A&M fans’ angst: ‘We’re frustrated … there’s been some legit adversity’COLLEGE STATION – Texas A&M made six consecutive NCAA Tournaments prior to Billy Kennedy’s arrival, and one in his six previous seasons. His current team was ranked No. 5 only a couple of weeks ago, but has since fallen to No. 11 and then out of the rankings altogether in the last couple of polls, following an 0-5 start to Southeastern Conference play.
@LSTidwell1@Ben_Baby Absolutely. I should have thrown in Kroger and Perry's and Allied Spring Bank (among others) ... I grew up off Rayford so we either had to go south (Spring) or north (Conroe) on I-45 for groceries and clothes. Usually south, because Weiner's was cheaper than Beall's.
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Selecting a term
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