Found October 02, 2013 on
The Victory Formation:
It’s October now so it’s already time to award the September Heisman. Past winners include Geno Smith, Darren McFadden, and Chase Daniel (there’s a lot of fun to be had in the Heisman Pundit archives). The last poll on Heisman…Read more →
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Last season, Texas A&M catapulted into the spotlight blowing through the competitors in 12 straight games. They ended their season 11-2, which was impressive due to their newcomer status in the SEC.
Following an intense 45-33 win over Arkansas last week, TAMU gets their first bye week in over a year. When asked about the upcoming break, head coach Kevin Sumlin said he believed...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By KRISTIE RIEKEN AP Sports Writer No. 9 Texas A&M loves having a break this week.
The Aggies needed some time to rest and regroup before diving back into SEC play.
The week off seems like a luxury after the Aggies played 12 straight games last year after their opener was postponed by weather to what would have been an open date.
They are the two biggest programs in Texas, going in two different directions, and yet both could be facing coaching changes at season’s end.
Mack Brown is one of the most successful coaches in recent history. From 1998-2010, a span of 192 weeks, his Longhorns were ranked in the Coach’s Poll. For nine straight seasons (2001-09) he led Texas to 10+ wins.
o Floyd Mayweather doesn’t have as much faith in Johnny Manziel as we thought.
After winning $200,000 on Texas A&M last week and then telling Howard Stern that he would be putting up $300,000 on the arm of Manziel this week, Mayweather tweeted this after the Aggies beat the Razorbacks on Saturday:
When it comes to recruiting big games can be a great time to host players. There is nothing like the glitz and glamour of a big game to impress recruits—especially if you win. Arkansas knows this. That’s why they had about 60 high school players at the game against Texas A&M last week.
What they didn't expect was that their recruits would be star struck by the Aggies...
The Dri4Heisman campaign was set to launch for Kent State jack-of-all-trades Dri Archer. Unfortunately, Archer hurt his left leg on the opening drive for Kent State. After running it out on the sidelines, the Doak Walker (best running back) Watchlist nominee returned on the next drive. The pain obviously Archer knew he wasn't right and went back to the sidelines where ...
My Top 5 SEC Quarterbacks
1. Johnny Manziel – Sophmore – Texas A&M Aggies
The question this offseason was could Johnny Football still produce on the field despite all the off the field issues. I think he has answered those questions. No, he did not beat Bama but he did put up 562 total yards...
Texas A&M returned a Heisman winning Quarter Back in Johnny Manziel and he leads an offense that averages almost 50 points per game. They survived autograph gate and after the first month of the season are 4-1 and ranked 9th in the nation. There is no doubt the Aggies are a very good football team but when it comes to the national championship are they a contender or pretender...