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  1. For all those teams who chose to leave the Big 12, has it really gotten any better?
  2. Texas officials “will frown” on possible bowl game with Texas A&M: http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2017/11/20/texas-officials-frown-on-bowl-matchup-with-texas-am/ Texas officials have always seemed wary of reviving the series with Texas A&M, which makes sense from the Texas point of view. To Longhorn officials, a rivalry with Texas A&M does more to help those in College Station than it does in Austin. There is some elitism in that line of thinking, but there is also some truth to that as well. But that is the risk of an in-state rivalry for any program in the country. As a fan from a neutral point of view, I can say the day Texas and Texas A&M work out an arrangement to play football against each other again will be a proud day for the sport of college football. It would be a shame to see it have to happen through a bowl game on a neutral field, but if that’s what it takes to make it happen, so be it. Other than the Cotton Bowl, which is not an option this year, the Texas Bowl in Houston would be a pretty good spot to make it happen.
  3. 2015 Whitehouse safety Justin Dunning has committed to Texas A&M, per his Twitter account: JU$TIÑ DUÑÑIÑG™ ‏@JD3ThaTruth33m Happy to say I just committed to Texas A&M University! Glad to be part of the Aggie family! BLESSED All Glory to God! Thank you JESUS #gigem The junior also held offers from Texas, Florida State, Baylor, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and Vanderbilt. Kevin Sumlin and the Aggies now hold verbal commitments from two of the top juniors in East Texas with the versatile Dunning and Gladewater DT Daylon Mack, who pledged to A&M on October 22nd. Congrats to Justin, his family and Whitehouse.
  4. Join us for ... Food, Football, & Fellowship WHEN: Thursday, May 16th, 6:00 - 10:00 PM WHERE: Flyin' Feathers Ranch, Gilmer, TX Guest Speakers B.J. Anderson presents "Aggie Offense" Offensive Line Coach - Texas A&M University Chad Glasgow presents "Horn Frog Defense" Safeties Coach - Texas Christian University For more information, contact: Kyle Preston [email protected] Click here for the full flyer
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