Written by Deb Whitcas The College Football Playoff Committee released their first rankings of the 2022-23 season yesterday placing Tennessee on top. Four new members and nine returning members of the committee, comprised of all college football experts, debated for two days, according to Boo Corrigan, CFP Chairman of 12 years.  “I wish you all could have been in the room. The debate […]

Aggies Win A Nail-bitter vs Arkansas in Arlington

By Garin Turner #23 Texas A&M picked up its third straight win against a top 10 team when they narrowly defeated #10 Arkansas 23-21 last night. Cam Little missed a field goal with 1:30 left in the game as it bounced off the top right goal post and fell in the end zone. The field […]

FBS Defensive Leaders After Week Two Of College Football

While we have had some explosive offensive performances this season already, I don’t think it has come at the expense of great defense. Below you will find a full breakdown of defensive leaders, both individually, and team-based as of September 12th, 2021.  Sack Leaders  1.) Andre Carter II 4.5 : Army (2-0)  2.) Jermaine Johnson II 4 : FSU […]

Texas A&M Makes Their Playoff Case in 41-27 Win over UNC in Orange Bowl

In the last bowl game of the year, it was only right that the game went tooth and nail until the scoreboard struck zero. The 87th rendition of the Capital One Orange Bowl featured the dynamic offenses of No. 5 Texas A&M against No.13 UNC. The 8-1 SEC powerhouse was just short of making the […]

Aggies Comeback Falls Short Against Auburn

COLLEGE STATION, TX— The Auburn Tigers rolled into College Station to take on the Texas A&M Aggies in a battle of CFP hopefuls. With major playoff implications on the line, the Tigers outperformed the Aggies on key drives to gain an impressive win and improve to 4-0 by a score of 28-10, while the Aggies […]