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Texas A&M starts 2014 at No. 20 in Coaches Poll
The Aggies will open the 2014 season against No. 9 South Carolina in the debut college football game on the new SEC Network, and will face four other teams listed in the preseason Top 25.
Bolt Returning to A&M as Assistant Coach
Texas A&M Baseball has named former University of Nebraska player and assistant coach Will Bolt to the staff.
Crancer Honored as Honorable Mention All-American
Texas A&M golfer Ben Crancer received honorable mention All-America accolades from GolfWeek following an impressive sophomore campaign on the links.
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With NFL training camps opening across the country, 30 former Texas A&M football players are looking to secure spots on the final rosters.
Fabrice Lapierre finishes fourth in Commonwealth Games long jump
A season best leap of 26 feet, 3 inches placed Australian Fabrice Lapierre fourth in the Commonwealth Games long jump final held at Hampden Park Stadium on Wednesday. In the prelims of the 200m, Dominique Duncan placed third to reach the semifinal.
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