SENDING PRAYERS TO STILLWATER. Yesterday, there was a tragic event at Oklahoma State University's homecoming parade. It's now reported that four people have passed away after someone drove through a crowd of spectators. We are very sorry that this happened to our friends in Stillwater.
READ THE FINE PRINT. Hey Ag who got a hold of a genie and wished for a better defense, you did good. We got John Chavis, Myles Garrett and a cohesive defensive line. But for goshsakes, you forgot to let them know that you wanted to at least maintain the offensive production. Seriously. This is your fault.
MEH FROM OXFORD. Ags went to Mississippi for their first true road game and half the team lost their ability to play football. In the postgame, Sumlin was asked questions by media treading so softly you'd think they were exploring a bear cave. With that, Kevin Sumlin gave some very generic answers and it doesn't leave you satisfied with anything.
- Team Speed Kills isn't mad at the Aggies, just disappointed.
- String gave a truthful, off-the-cuff breakdown of the problems that stacked up in the loss.
- If you're still feeling sad after those presser videos, Rush used his freshman English class talents to recap yesterday's drives with William Faulkner quotes before he gives you a more technical breakdown with By the Numbers.
- Really we are all concerned with the late-as-hell substitution of Kyle Allen with Jake Hubenak (oh, that's our third string QB?). There is something amiss with the handling of Allen that needs to be addressed.
- Soccer: Aggie Soccer is on the end of their season with their home finale against #13 Ole Miss today at 6. The Ags are looking to finish strong today and continue their scoreless streaks for their opponents playing in Ellis. Watch the game on SEC Network+.
- Equestrian: The team absolutely BTHO New Mexico State this weekend with shutouts in fences and western, with a 6-1 win in hunter. The continuation of the double header wasn't as pristine with Fresno State as it had been with NMSU. The match lead to a tie in competitions won, overall points tie breaker was in the Aggie's favor. Ags are 2-1 going into their home opener against defending national champs, South Carolina.
- Tennis: Ags are in the middle of the USTA/ITA Texas Regional Championships that were being held in College Station. Because it has been raining non-stop in Aggieland, the team moves north along the Brazos and they will finish the tournament at Baylor. Women's team has five players moving on into the next round of 32 and two doubles teams moving on as well.
Myles Garrett watches the Aggie offense dot gif pic.twitter.com/0djWsy4h8v— cuppycup (@cuppycup) October 25, 2015