Texas A&M defensive lineman Jay Arnold will retire from football due to chronic shoulder issues. Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle reported the development. A rising junior, Arnold registered 22 tackles and 3.5 sacks across two seasons with the Aggies. He had shoulder surgery in the offseason and as he told Zwerneman, “the shoulder wasn’t going to hold up for another...
The Texas A&M Aggies defensive transition under John Chavis hit a speed bump Thursday, as junior defensive tackle Jay Arnold announced he would no longer be playing for the team due to health reasons. Arnold had undergone surgery on this shoulder this offseason and was expected to provide experience and depth to the Aggies front seven. While Arnold may not have been the most...
It’s been an up-and-down season for the Texas A&M Aggies, but right now, the team is all smiles after its huge win over No. 3 Auburn. After the game, which ended on a bizarre fumble by Tigers quarterback Nick Marshall, the team celebrated wildly in the locker room. Sophomore defensive lineman Jay Arnold posted a great video of his teammates throwing water on each other. #BTHOauburn...
It’s the college football offseason, which means it’s time to start discussing whether or not college athletes should be paid or not. Earlier today, Steve Spurrier already voiced that he wishes players would receive money instead of all of the coaches that are getting big raises (he himself is making $4 million per year now), and the argument is not a new one — players make...
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