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How a Chinese tennis champ stood up to the system
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"I only have 24 hours left to live"
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Locker room attendant may be NFL's focus in Patriots "deflate-gate" scandal
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Your Blizzard 2015 photos
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Obama arrives to pay respects to Saudi royals
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New York teen killed while snow-tubing in blizzard
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Will America's roads and highways ever get fixed?
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ESPN.com/USA Softball Places Aggies at No. 24
The Aggies will start the 2015 season ranked 24th in both major polls.
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Women's Basketball Promos: Frozen February Kickoff - Feb. 1 vs. Auburn
No. 12 Texas A&M women's basketball hosts Auburn in an SEC game at 2 p.m. on Sunday, February 1, which is the Aggies' Frozen February Kickoff game, which features fun for the entire family.
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Aggies Fall at No. 1 South Carolina, 79-61
Top-ranked South Carolina pulled away for a 79-61 women's basketball win over the Aggies on Monday evening in Columbia.
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Aggies Look to Continue Roll Tuesday at Auburn
The Aggie men's basketball team will put its four-game winning streak on the line Tuesday night when it travels to the plains of Alabama to face Auburn in an 8 p.m. contest inside Auburn Arena.
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Texas A&M Falls to TCU, 4-2
The 11th-ranked Texas A&M women's tennis team came up short in its quest to advance to the ITA National Team Indoor Championship, falling to No. 41 TCU, 4-2, in the ITA Kick-Off Weekend championship match at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center.
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