The A&M Consolidated Tigers suffered their first regular-season non-district loss since 2016 following a 24-17 setback to Willis last Friday and will look to rebound on Saturday night against Lamar Consolidated.
No. 7 Texas A&M football kicks-off conference play against No. 16 Arkansas at AT&T Stadium in Arlington this week. The Aggies are coming off a 34-0 win over New Mexico, but despite the shutout, head coach Jimbo Fisher called his team’s performance “average.”
Texas A&M volleyball prepares to open its 10th season as a member of the Southeastern Conference this week, as the Maroon & White (7-3) travel to take on the Alabama Crimson Tide (8-4) in a 6 p.m. matchup Wednesday at Foster Auditorium.
Texas A&M football wrapped up its final game before the Aggies open up their SEC schedule with a convincing 34-0 shutout over New Mexico. The Aggies are 3-0 and are riding an 11 game winning streak dating back to last year, which is the program’s longest since 1992.
College Station remains ranked #2 in Class 5A Division I. Huntsville dropped to #8 in Class 5A Division II. Franklin remains the top-ranked team in Class 3A Division II. Burton moves into the rankings at #9 in Class 2A Division II, and Calvert stays at #4 in Class 1A Division II.
The kickoff time for the Texas A&M football game against Mississippi State on Oct. 2 at Kyle Field will be decided following the games on Saturday Sept. 25, announced Monday by the Southeastern Conference. The Aggies are slated to kick off at either 5 p.m. on ESPN or 6 p.m. on SEC Network.
The fighting Texas Aggies improved their record to 3-0 with a huge defensive effort against the Lobos from New Mexico. Coming off of a challenging win last week against Colorado, the Ags had a lot of questions to answer in this game and still do.
Clemson and Ohio State slipped to the back of the top 10 in The Associated Press college football poll on Sunday and Penn State jumped four spots to No. 6 after another weekend in which lots of ranked teams had issues.
The Hearne Eagles snapped a 2 game losing streak with a 33-0 win over Snook Friday night at Bluejay Stadium. Eagle junior quarterback Keyshawn Langham scored a pair of first-half touchdowns as they built a 20-0 second-quarter lead.
Texas A&M volleyball (7-3) saw its six-match win streak come to an end Friday night in its toughest test of the 2021 season, taking No. 1 Texas (8-0) to four sets before ultimately falling, 3-1 (25-22, 25-14, 22-25, 29-27), in front of a raucous and historic Reed Arena crowd.
Lee Fedora and his A&M Consolidated Tigers will look to wrap up the non-district portion of their schedule tomorrow night with a victory against Wills. After a pair of wins at home to kick off the season, the Tigers beat Converse Judson on the road last Friday 28-14.
In one of the most anticipated matchups on the Texas A&M volleyball schedule this season, the Aggies play host to the archrival and soon-to-be Southeastern Conference counterpart Texas Longhorns in a 6 p.m. first serve Friday night inside Reed Arena.