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It was senior night in College Station on Saturday as the Texas A&M Aggies outlasted the Mississippi State Bulldogs 51-41. Johnny Manziel had an up and down game going 30 of 39 for 446 yards with 5 TDs but he also threw three interceptions.
At the end of the game, it felt like this was the farewell to College Station for Manziel. Manziel is a red-shirt sophomore and with three years of college in the books, he is eligible for the NFL draft. This off-season, Manziel tweeted about how he "can't wait to leave college station...whenever it may be".
After winning the Heisman trophy as a red-shirt freshman, there isn't a lot that Manziel has left to prove or accomplish on a personal level. Is he the type of player that will come back because of a shot at an SEC or National Championship?
He's definitely not a typical NFL prospect, but with mobile QBs becoming more and more enticing to NFL teams, it only takes one team to fall in ...
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Throughout the season, Texas A&M has been producing a fantastic ‘Ask The Aggies’ video series designed to show fans the fun side of many players on the football team. Each week, a number of players are asked an interesting question, such as which celebrities they would like to party with or the most interesting food they have ever eaten.
Yesterday, the school released another...
Johnny Manziel threw for 446 yards and tied a career-high with five touchdown passes to lead No. 11 Texas A&M to a 51-41 win Saturday over Mississippi State in what could be the Heisman Trophy winner's last home game.
The crowd chanted ''one more year'' late in the game for Manziel, who is eligible for the draft after this season. Whether he comes back remains...
Whether or not Saturday was Johnny Manziel's last home game, the Heisman Trophy winner certainly made sure to soak in every last moment.
Manziel threw for 446 yards and tied a career-high with five touchdown passes to lead No. 11 Texas A&M to a 51-41 win over Mississippi State.
The crowd chanted ''one more year'' late in the game for Manziel, who is eligible...
Welcome to the Fallout - Week 11 edition.
It's the Same Old Song.
Alabama defeats LSU 38-17, ensuring the Crimson Tide will remain atop the BCS standings. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)
Five for Fighting.
Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel scores five touchdowns as he leads the Aggies over Mississippi State 51-41 at Kyle Field. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)
The No. 15 Texas A&M Aggies will host the Mississippi State Bulldogs in a match-up of two SEC schools on Saturday.
Texas A&M (7-2) will look to finish the season strong while Mississippi State (4-4) would love to pull off an upset.
Coverage of the game between Mississippi St. and Texas A&< will air on CBS beginning at 3:30 pm ET from Kyle Field in College...
Will the Aggie defense remember to show up for the game?
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It is the final home game for the Texas A&M Aggies, after a relatively disappointing home season so far, what can we expect from the Aggies tomorrow?
With rumors of a second Heisman on the line for Johnny Football, one would expect his usual performance. JFF, as he is affectionally...
COLLEGE STATION – There was a lot on the statistics sheet Dan Mullen liked reading. The scoreboard, that was another matter. “A lot of people wouldn’t think coming out of it Mississippi State would have more yards,” Mullen said. “But they found a way to get more points.”
If the NFL wants to actually do something about players celebrating too much and possibly taunting their opponents it needs to take a page out of the NCAA playbook.
Mississippi State was refusing to go quietly into the night closing the gap 37-27 with most of the fourth quarter still to play. So on the ensuing play Trey Williams decided it was time to remind...
The Texas Aggie football team ended its home portion of the schedule with a high-scoring win over the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Aggie Websider's David Sandhop provides his quick, first look analysis of the game. What went right, and what went wrong.
The Game: Mississippi State (4-4, 1-3 SEC) goes from one end of the conference all the way to the other, visiting #11 Texas A&M (7-2, 3-2). Kickoff at Kyle Field is 2:30 for CBS telecast. The MSU Network pregame begins at 12:30.
FSTV: Mississippi State pitching coach Butch Thompson talks one-on-one with Gene's Page about his two starting pitchers for the Sunday scrimmage, Trevor Fitts and Dakota Hudson.
Enclosed are the stats and info from Mississippi State baseball's Saturday scrimmage, November 9, 2013.
Enclosed are the stats and info from Mississippi State baseball's Friday scrimmage, November 8, 2013.
FSNextTV: Mississippi State men's basketball players Gavin Ware, I.J. Ready and Dre Applewhite talk about their team's 71-56 win over Prairie View.