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It's Monday and Aggie Baseball is still scorching the earth. The Ags bounced back from Saturday's 3-2 loss to pummel Mississippi State yesterday 13-5 thanks to two grand slams. And it appears at least one pollster took notice.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Think it's pretty safe to say who our new <a href="https://twitter.com/d1baseball">@d1baseball</a> No 1 team will be tomorrow. Impressive finish to weekend. <a href="https://t.co/dnfjaWlYGh">https://t.co/dnfjaWlYGh</a></p>— Kendall Rogers (@KendallRogersD1) <a href="https://twitter.com/KendallRogersD1/status/587372953328693248">April 12, 2015</a></blockquote>
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Next up: Abilene Christian on Wednesday at 6:30 at Olsen.
Well at least we don't have this problem. Yet. Springtime means spring games and spring games mean QB BATTLEZ! Here's a snapshot of four of the top competitions around the conference. Fortunately for us, our starting QB slot is firmly cinched up until this summer, when there may possibly be a small amount of speculation when Kyler Murray begins practicing with the team.
Kevin Sumlin touched on several aspects of the team's progress as a wrap-up to spring drills, but was perhaps the most enthusiastic about one particular detail:
We will take this opportunity to point out an observation made by cuppycup at the fictitious Spring Game:
De'Vante Harris put on 160 pounds since the 2014 season and has requested gas money to return home after the scrimmage.
Close enough. GBH is your #1 Aggie Football weight gain source, people.