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Posts from January 2013


RRISD Superintendent Announces Plans To Step Down
 
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Body found inside car belonging to suspected Arizona gunman
 
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Alabama Stand Off Reaches Day Number Two
 
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APD to roll out StarChase System
 
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Popular Round Rock ISD superintendent announces early retirement
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AGGIES RALLY FOR OT WIN AT MISSISSIPPI STATE, 55-49

STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) -- Fabyon Harris scored 17 points, Elston Turner added 11 and Texas A&M rallied past Mississippi State for a 55-49 overtime win on Wednesday night.

55 - 49
Humphrey Coliseum • Starkville, Mississippi
Attendance: 6,858
Boxscore: HTML  |  PDF
  1 2 OT  
A&M   (13-7, 3-4) 17 30 8 55
Miss St   (7-12, 2-5) 29 18 2 49
 Stats at a Glance A&M MSU
FG Percentage 47.2 40.0
3-Pt FG Percentage 12.5 33.3
FT Percentage 100.0 68.8
Rebounds 31 24
Turnovers 22 24
Points in the Paint 36 14
Points off Turnovers 21 25
Second Chance Points 6 7
Fast Break Points 14 0
Bench Points 5 3
A&M Leaders MSU
Harris, 17 Pts Ware, 14
Roberson, 12 Reb Borchert, 5
Caruso, 3 Ast three with 2
Roberson, 6 Stl Borchert, 2
Roberson/R Turner, 1 Blk Borchert/Ware, 1

Texas A&M (13-7, 3-4 Southeastern Conference) trailed by 14 points early in the second half but recovered to snap a four-game losing streak. Harris made 8 of 13 shots from the field and Turner sank a crucial fadeaway jumper with 30 seconds remaining in overtime to give the Aggies a 53-49 lead.

J'Mychal Reese scored 10 points, including four in overtime.

Mississippi State's Craig Sword banked in a 3-pointer with 5.9 seconds left to tie the game at 47 and send it into overtime. Gavin Ware led the Bulldogs (7-12, 2-5) with 14 points while Colin Borchert added 10. The Bulldogs have lost five straight.

Texas A&M started the SEC schedule with impressive back-to-back wins over Arkansas and Kentucky, but since then the offense has disappeared. It wasn't much better against the Bulldogs, but some big shots by Reese and Turner in overtime were enough to give the Aggies the win.

Mississippi State coach Rick Ray has preached a deliberate approach during his first season - especially because the roster has just seven healthy scholarship players - so the Bulldogs' 29-17 halftime advantage was nearly perfection.

Mississippi State was very efficient on offense, making 10 of 15 (66.7 percent) shots from the field, including 4 of 7 from 3-point range, and the defense forced 13 Texas A&M turnovers.

But the Bulldogs had trouble taking care of the ball in the second half with 14 turnovers. Texas A&M turned many of those into easy buckets and owned a 14-0 advantage in fast-break points.

The Bulldogs pushed their lead to 31-17 early in the second half but Texas A&M then started a methodical comeback, which resulted in a 16-2 run that tied the game at 33 with 13:30 remaining.

The teams traded blows until Texas A&M was finally able to create some separation when Turner hit back-to-back baskets to push the Aggies ahead 45-42 with 3:54 remaining.

But Mississippi State had one more run remaining and Sword's 3-pointer off the glass tied it at 47. Borchert's jumper pushed the Bulldogs ahead 49-47 at the start of overtime, but they didn't score another point during the final four minutes.


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Aggie Basketball: Hang Time with Billy Kennedy
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Former Rep. Giffords, NRA CEO at Senate hearing
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Fatal accident in Northeast Austin
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Old area code exhausted, 317 the new norm

(512) to be exhausted later this year

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Austin Man Found Dead on Thursday Morning

EMS reports a man was found deceased, as they tried to rescue him in a body of water near Zilker Park.  According to officials, 

a caller reported seeing an individual jumping from a nearby bridge.
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22 year old charged after Lone Star College shooting6
 
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APD Searches For Bank Robbery Suspects

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AGGIES VS. LSU NOTES (JANUARY 23, 2013)

RADIO: Texas A&M Radio Network

  Dave South, Play-by-Play

  Al Pulliam, Commentary

  Local: KJCE-Austin, 1370 AM, 96.3 FM

  Satellite (LSU Broadcast): XM (Ch. 201)

 

LIVE AUDIO/STATS: AggieAthletics.com

 

COLLEGE STATION, Texas - The Texas A&M men's basketball team continues its two-game road trip Wednesday when it travels to Baton Rouge, La., to face LSU in a 7 p.m. contest inside the Maravich Center.

Wednesday's game will be televised by the SEC Network, and a complete list of network affiliates for this weekend can be found HERE.

On the television call will be Clay Matvick and Jon Sunvold. Meanwhile, Aggie fans can all hear all the action on the Aggie Radio Network by tuning in locally on WTAW (1620 AM) or streaming online at AggieAthletics.com.

The Aggies enter the match-up with a 12-5 overall record and a 2-2 mark in SEC games after dropping a hard-fought contest at Alabama on Saturday.

Senior Elston Turner led the Aggies in scoring against the Crimson Tide, making 6-of-13 field attempts to finish with 13 points and record a double-digit point total for the 39th time in 49 career games at Texas A&M.

Also against Alabama, freshman J'Mychal Reese scored 10 points, reaching double figures for the sixth time this season in back-to-back games for the first time during his young A&M career. On the glass, sophomoreKourtney Roberson led the team in rebounds (eight) for the third time in the last four games as the Aggies out-rebounded their fourth straight opponent.

LSU, meanwhile, brings a 9-6 overall record with a 0-4 mark in SEC games into Wednesday affair. The Tigers began the 2012-13 season with nine wins in 11 games, but have dropped road contests at Auburn and Georgia and home games to Florida and South Carolina to begin league play.

The Tigers are led by first-year head coach Johnny Jones, who spent the previous 11 seasons as the head coach at North Texas.

 

TEXAS A&M-LSU SERIES NOTES

  • Wednesday's contest will be the 24th meeting between the Aggies and the Tigers on the hardwood and the first as members of the SEC.
  • The series dates back to the 1916-17 season during the early days of each school's men's basketball program ... LSU earned a 24-15 victory.
  • The last meeting between the schools came on Dec. 20, 2008, when the Aggies defeated LSU 72-61 at Houston's Toyota Center.
  • A&M head coach Billy Kennedy is 0-2 against LSU having faced them once while at Centenary and once as the head coach at Southeastern Louisiana.
  • The series has been dominated by the home team with the Aggies holding a 5-0 record in College Station and the Tigers owning a 7-0 mark in Baton Rouge.

 

 

QUICK HITS

  • The Aggies will be looking to bounce back after suffering back-to-back losses for this first time this year.
  • Texas A&M men's basketball is also searching for its 1,300th all-time victory on Saturday as the program enters the contest with an all-time record of 1,299-1,181 in 101 seasons.
  • Senior forward Jarod Jahns made his first career start last time out at Alabama ... The walk-on who has seen an increase in playing time this season is averaging 12.3 minutes per game.
  • Senior guard Elston Turner enters the LSU game ranking seventh in the SEC in scoring at 16.1 points per game and third the league in 3-point shooting percentage at .413.
  • Turner has reached double figures in scoring in all but one game this season and 39 of 49 career games.
  • As a team, the Aggies lead the SEC on 3-point field goal percentage at .376.
  • In addition to Elston Turner, junior guard Fabyon Harris has been a potent scoring threat for A&M over the last month ... The Chicago native has posted double-figure points in five of his last eight games to boost his scoring average to 9.9 on the year.
  • The Aggies, who struggled rebounding during non-conference play, have held the edge on the boards in each of their first four conference games by a combined margin of 146-110 (+9.0 margin).
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Texas AG urges NY gun-lovers to move to Texas
 
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NRA ad calls Obama 'elitist hypocrite'
The National Rifle Association is pushing its proposal for an armed officer in every school in the country with a new ad that calls President Obama an "elitist hypocrite" for his daughters' security detail.
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17-4A All-District 2nd Team Selections
The following players were honored as second team all-district 17-4A selections.  View the first team selections, here.

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE:

QB - Chris Johnson ('13), Manor

RB - Chandler Crawford ('14), East View

RB - Darian Roberts ('13), Hutto

RB - Donald 'Mookie' Walton ('15), Georgetown

RB - Abe Zepeda ('13), Elgin

WR - Leo Dawson ('13), Connally

WR - Ryan Bedford ('13), Georgetown

WR - Rodney Molette ('13), Manor

WR - Darryl Harrison ('14), Hutto

TIE: TE - Andrew Hill ('14), Connally, Devin Tuggle ('14), Cedar Creek, Hayden Doggett ('13), Hutto

OL - Gabriel Hernandez ('15), Connally

OL - Chad Smith ('14), Manor

OL - Conrad Jonse ('13), Manor

OL - Bryan Boatright ('13), Georgetown

OL - Calvin Anderson ('13), Georgetown

OL - Jacob Shanks ('13), Elgin

OL - Clayton Anderson ('13), Elgin

OL - Elio Garcia ('13), Elgin

K - Edgar Fuentes ('13), Manor



SECOND TEAM DEFENSE: 

DL - Garrett Niemann ('13), Georgetown

DL - Brock Drummond ('13), Georgetown

DL - Christian Rivera ('13), Connally

DL - Jamir 'One Time' Bowser ('13), Connally

DL - Marcus Hudson ('14), Manor

DL - Jimmy De Leon ('14), Manor

DL - Clement Oyewale ('13), Manor

DL - Troy Nash ('13), Elgin

LB - J.T. Biddy ('14), Elgin

LB - Curtis Williams ('14), Manor

LB - Dominique Briscoe ('13), Manor

LB - Ryan Robison ('14), Hutto

LB - Brooks Baack ('14), Hutto

LB - Casey Waites ('13), Bastrop

LB - Chico Martinez ('13), Georgetown

DB - Matt McCullough ('13), Georgetown

DB - Mason Alexander ('13), Georgetown

DB - James Felderhoff ('13), Hutto

DB - Ed'Drick McDonald ('13), Connally

DB - Cole Sneed ('14), Connally

DB - Adrian Contreras ('14), East View

DB - J.W. Smith ('13), Elgin

DB - Aneas Henricks ('13), Bastrop

P - Trey Hicks ('13), Georgetown

PR - Matt Sanchez ('13), Georgetown

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Plastic bag changes set to take effect March 1
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After fires, Bastrop prone to floods

After fires, Bastrop prone to floods

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Austin News: Less Riverside Travel Time Possible

Driving less on Riverside Drive

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Emotional Lewis on last home game in Baltimore
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Last weekend before the 2013 Texas legislature

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93-year-old man killed in rollover accident
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Video: Manziel leads Aggies to Cotton Bowl Win
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Pelosi introduces newly reelected Speaker Boehner
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Hillary Clinton discharged from hospital
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20 vehicles vandalized in Williamson County
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