Tag Archives: Texas A&M

Johnny Football’s Ties To Louisiana

As stories continue to come out about Johnny Manziel, his family has even become a topic. Seems as if Manziel’s family has been involved in all kinds of shady deals starting in the state of Louisiana. Continue reading

LSU Will Win If….

For LSU to beat the Aggies Saturday morning, the must stick to the game plan. Les Miles is nearly unbeatable when the Tigers do what they do best. Continue reading

Johnny Dangerously

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel will be the most talented player LSU’s defense has faced all season. For the Tigers to win this Saturday, they must keep Manziel from going wild. Continue reading

SEC’s 2012 Schedule Still Has Work To Be Done

The SEC still hasn’t resolved all the issues from adding Missouri and Texas A&M to the league. Will Missouri stay in the SEC East forever?

Both Mizzou and the Aggies will host their first SEC games at home. Continue reading

Rivalries May Be Lost With Addition of Aggies & Mizzou

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Welcome to the Southeastern Conference, Missouri and Texas A&M. Come visit in a decade.

The newly-minted 14-team SEC faces potentially sticky scheduling issues if it goes to a larger divisional slate, tries to protect rivalries and keep marquee nonconference showdowns. Continue reading

Role Reversal

Posted by Ken Washam

Last year Jarrett Lee was the back up quarterback who was sent into the game on passing situations when Jordan Jefferson was struggling. Now the roles are reversed this year as Lee is the starter with Jefferson coming in for special running situations. Continue reading

Tigers Vault Over Sooners to # 1 Ranking

BATON ROUGE — After completing a brutal September schedule that included three road wins against ranked opponents, the LSU football team (4-0, 1-0 SEC) moved to No. 1 in the AP Top 25 on Sunday. Continue reading

Mountaineers Want Statement Game

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP)—The changing landscape of college football has so far left out West Virginia. Continue reading

What Do Monica Lewinsky and Texas A&M Have In Common?

If your answer was both of their fates may be determined by Kenneth Starr, you are correct. Continue reading

Will Adding A&M Help LSU’s Recruiting?

Les Miles seems to think so. I think adding A&M could hurt LSU in certain areas. LSU has recruited the Houston area really well the last decade mainly because of recruits desire to play in the SEC. On the other hand, adding A&M to LSU’s schedule and the added exposure in Texas could open up other areas for LSU to recruit. Continue reading