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LSU fires Miles, Cameron, promotes Orgeron - News 3 Tonight

LSU has fired coach Les Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, and promoted defensive line coach Ed Orgeron to interim head coach. LSU athletic director Joe Alleva made the announcement Sunday, saying Miles has done a "tremendous job" and been a "great ambassador" for LSU, but that "it's apparent in evaluating the program through the first month of the season that a change has to be made."

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Sunday Recap: Goal line stand fuels big fourth quarter for Texas A&M - News 3 Tonight

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Texas A&M stopped a long Arkansas drive, scored an AT&T Stadium record-long touchdown two plays later and never looked back on the way to their fifth straight win over the Razorbacks. Click the video for John Wilson's recap of the Aggies Southwest Classic win over Arkansas. GAME 4: Arkansas (#17/18) vs. Texas A&M (#10/13) Texas A&M 45, Arkansas 24 8:15 p.m. | Sept. 24, 2016 AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas ABOUT the win... • Texas A&M improved to 4-0 on the season and 2-0 in SEC play with the 45-24 victory over Arkansas Saturday evening.

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Sunday Night PinPoint Forecast

September's hot hold on the Brazos Valley should come to an end by this weekend as rain and storms, along with a decent cold front approach the area by Monday. Sunday afternoon we got some heavy rain for most of the Brazos Valley. Not expecting any severe activity but could still have some showers linger into the overnight hours. The slow moving cold front arrives Monday and will bring with it another good chance for rain. We could have some pockets of heavier rain, lightning, and gusty winds but will monitor for any severe activity. As that cold front pushes through, we will have drier and cooler temperatures follow behind it. The start of the upcoming week should be a sign of Fall, with temperatures in the 80s and a quick drying trend by late Tuesday into Wednesday.

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Students wow judges at A&M video game competition - News 3 Tonight

College Station, Tex. (KBTX) - 11 universities, more than 200 students, 48 hours, and one mission: to create more than 70 new video games at this year's Chillennium competition at Texas A&M. The two day video game making competition began Friday evening and ended Sunday. Participants had to develop a new video game from scratch. Lauren Lynch and her team tacked traveled 12 hours from Kansas State University to compete. Lynch says since the details about the contest rules aren’t given until the weekend starts, there isn't much prep you can do.

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Kevin Sumlin Raw Press Conference

Kevin Sumlin Raw Press Conference

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Trevor Knight, Daeshon Hall & Armani Watts raw post game following 45-24 win over Arkansas

Trevor Knight, Daeshon Hall & Armani Watts raw post game following 45-24 win over Arkansas

 

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