NOBODY SHARKS LIKE TONEY. The current leader for GBH's A&M Football Tweeter of the Year sent out this beauty yesterday. The shark movement is in full flow, and R.C. is on board and so are we, Mr. Hurd.
SHARK'S IN THE WATER. OUR SHARK. Coach Sumlin sat down for an interview with Yahoo's Dan Wetzel. KDS expounds on how A&M's success in its first year in the SEC changed perceptions of the program. They also talk about his playing days at Purdue, coaching at Houston, and of course....the challenges of coaching Johnny Football. Lots of good stuff here, well worth the read.
SHARKS WILL HUNT IN PACKS. In case you missed it, Ranger222 broke down A&M's pack of hammerheads, providing an in depth analysis of last year's running backs and what that might mean for this year's team. A&M's bevy of highly touted running backs should be out for blood in 2013. If you enjoy reading about A&M football, this is basically porn.
SHARKS NEVER SLEEP. When it comes to SEC football, neither does Saturday Down South's Jon Cooper. Jon opines on whether the A&M resurgence is likely to last and also shows our boys some love in his breakdown of the SEC's top cornerback tandems for 2013.
BABY SHARKS EAT EACH OTHER IN THE WOMB. 2014 A&M commit Kyle Allen continues to devour his competition at the Elite 11 camp, displaying impeccable poise and decision making. Wescott Eberts got him to talk about his experience at the camp and his relationship with the A&M staff. SBNation's Rodger Sherman also found time to get an interview with another A&M commit, Dylan Sumner-Gardner.
Currently Allen is ranked #2 at the Elite 11 competition.
1 Blough 2 Allen 3 White 4 Watson 5 Greir 6 Carta-Samuels 7 Chyrst 8 Park 9 Heard 10 Wilkins 11 Rubenzer #Elite11— Elite11 (@Elite11) July 1, 2013
WE'RE GONNA NEED A BIGGER BOAT. DerekAggie06 and OrionHJarvis do yeoman's work on the Around Aggieland show each week, and the nation is taking notice. Great guests, great topics, and great discussion have created a solid base of listeners. This past week the Around Aggieland show was the 3rd most popular sports podcast in the nation according to Stitcher, behind Dan Patrick, but ahead of Rich Eisen and Dan LeBetard. I'd like to think having a certain guest host didn't hurt. Needless to say, you should download and listen every week. I'm hooked.
Have a great Wednesday, Ags. Remember, even if you don't love sharks, you must love JAWS.
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