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Rankin: Malzahn center of Auburn QB storm

Rhett Lashlee and Gus Malzahn are both right.

Senior Jeremy Johnson is out of the storm.

They’re now in the middle of it.

The Auburn head coach, with the help of his offensive coordinator, must pick a starting quarterback between the fan favorite — John Franklin III — the seemingly odd man out — Sean White — and the most experienced guy who failed to live up the Heisman hype at the start of last season — Johnson. 786 more words

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Women's Sports Column 31 July -5 Aug

It’s Olympics time! Once every four years those of us who love women’s sport revel in the fact that it nearly (I said nearly) gets equal coverage at the Olympics. 1,714 more words

Women's Sport

TAMU War Hymn for Women

Recently, Texas A&M University put on an event called Chalk Talk.  It is an event geared toward giving female football fans access to the coaches and information about the upcoming season.   609 more words

New Texas A&M Water Security Initiative

The Water Security Initiative, started in the College of Geosciences, is now part of the Provost’s Environmental Grand Challenge Program. I am pleased to act as the initiative’s program lead, working alongside partners and colleagues who engage in research on the many dimensions of water security.   213 more words

Water Security

The Battalion Feature

The great journalists over at Texas A&M’s student newspaper, The Battalion, have wrote a feature on us! Check it out.

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And all eyes turn toward Omaha

UPDATE: Congratulations to TCU and Texas Tech on making it to the last eight this year. Three of Big 12’s 10 schools represented in Omaha in 2016. 314 more words

New Arrivals: Tyler Naquin, of, Cleveland Indians

Tyler Naquin was the 15th overall pick of the Indians back in 2012. At the time he was considered the best pure hitter in the draft, and rated a plus defender due to his strong arm and speed. 266 more words