It may not be as high-stakes as the Alabama game or Cotton Bowl, but Johnny Manziel’s video with basketball trick shot specialists Dude Perfect is still jaw-dropping.
An ESPN analysis of “recruiting migration” trends among Top 20 college football teams found one thing never changes: Texas had the most players in both 1940 and 2010.
This is no way to revive The Battle of the Brazos: Ennis municipal court judge W. Lee Johnson, a Baylor alumnus, was publicly reprimanded for his none-too-subtle post about the A&M QB’s apparent moving violation.
Anybody (including many Aggies) who said they expected Texas A&M’s first season in the Southeastern Conference to go so well is lying. But it’s still funny to look back at all the naysayers.
Does Texas A&M’s Cotton Bowl dominance of Oklahoma mean the Aggies would have had an even better season had they stayed in the Big 12? No.
Twelve years after a high school football injury left him paralyzed, San Marcos’s Chris Canales and his father, Eddie, help out others in similar situations with their organization, Gridiron Heroes.