The day the Texas A&M coach turned 56, his Aggies delivered the upset of the 2021 college football season.
The coach has overseen the rise of Aggies football into a national powerhouse, and the rest of the university stands to benefit.
With a top-six preseason ranking and a spot in the conference UT wants to join, Texas A&M is the state’s dominant college football program.
With UT headed to the SEC and the Big 12 on life support, the state stands to lose its century-old football culture.
With the pandemic spurring officials to keep more high-tech drug manufacturing on U.S. soil, the state stands to benefit.
Texas, Texas A&M, and Baylor are still alive—and in separate regions—with a chance to make the national semifinals in San Antonio.
These distinct initiatives embody something I long wished for while studying at a predominantly white Texas university: a community of color connected through creativity.
Plus, artist Shyama Golden, a podcast connecting Texas A&M AgriLife to an underground mango trade, and plenty more.
Chancellor John Sharp pens a strongly worded defense of the integrity of his university’s work.
Texas A&M wants to transform medicine by training a generation of innovation-minded physicians.
LSU may have won the national championship, but we’d rather focus on arguing over which college football team was the best in Texas.
The show has traveled to the likes of Texas A&M, Baylor, and Texas Tech.
Two 7-5 teams renewing a rivalry that’s never really coming back is what this season deserves.
Plus: highlights from Texas Monthly’s annual smoked-meat extravaganza in Austin.
Sure, they’ve had the better football teams in recent years. But we’re still the better state.
The Panthers backup quarterback is only the second in NFL history to throw for six TDs and no interceptions in his first two games.
On The National Podcast of Texas, the university president talks college debt, diversity, the importance of science, and the strategy behind Jimbo Fisher’s salary.
There's a history of state legislatures intervening in intrastate football rivalries.
A young Aggie just wants everyone to like his Wisconsin-raised sweetheart.
Not bad for a couple of .500 ball clubs!
Podcast: Andy Langer speaks with Texas A&M’s new head football coach about pressure, leadership, and the culture of Aggieland.
The current head of the Department of Energy gave his alma mater a $2.5 billion gig, and they beat out rival UT’s bid.
The Aggies win the headlines. The rest remains to be seen.
They knew him as 12th Man Jesus. He appeared, and it was good.
A Longhorn gives the Aggies their due.
Stay off Twitter, everybody.
It fights AIDS even when it breaks, helps a fella out, and claims to feel better than not using a condom at all.
What a time to be alive.
The future of transportation took another step from science fiction to science fact.
The school, which has owned the trademark on ”12th Man” since 1990, has a history of renting it out to NFL franchises.
Don’t post anonymous shooting threats.
That’s very nice of you, George. Now where is Book Six???
The 101-year-old Aggie tradition found a new purpose on Monday morning.
How else do you react to a 59-0 thumping?
Last year, Baylor was an eight-point underdog against the University of Texas prior to the season. Which lines will completely change this year?
A new list of college rankings from Washington Monthly puts two Texas schools in the top ten—but not the two you might expect.
The sweet onion! The mild pepper! The maroon carrot! These and countless other tasty fruits and vegetables wouldn't exist but for the scientists of the Fruit and Vegetable Improvement Center at Texas A&M, which celebrates its twentieth anniversary this year.
The university partnered with IBM to provide advanced supercomputing systems that can crunch data and solve problems loads faster than the school's current equipment.