WHAT QUOTE ABOUT HISTORY AND REPEATING AND MISTAKES Bremond QB and Aggie Football commit Roshauud Paul put the finishing touches on a stellar 47-0 High School career with a 49-21 victory over Iraan in the in the Class 2A Division II state title game. Paul scored six touchdowns and was named offensive MVP.
It's easy @TheKylerMurray— Roshaúud Paul (@roshauudpaul1) December 15, 2016
On a somber note, if the name Iraan sounds familiar, it’s probably due to the excellent New York Times piece about unexpected tragedy during a small town playoff run. Worth a read if you haven’t done so already, along with the recent follow-up about the state final.
MYLES WINS MORE AWARDS Aggie DE Myles Garrett was named a unanimous All-American, becoming only the ninth player in program history to nab the honor. At the risk of creating an endless loop of Daily Bulls, I recommend yesterday’s in-depth discussion of the Browns if you’d like to read up on the likely fate of our sweet Myles.
Quick, without looking... how many of our nine unanimous All-Americans can you name? (you can find the answer here)
If you truly nailed all nine, I want to hear about it in the comments. I'll admit that I only got five - you can pick up your fresh tomatoes on the left, and don’t forget to stretch that throwing arm.
THE TRUE THUNDERDOME AWAITS SEC Baseball is on the horizon, and the league recently announced their TV schedule. You can catch the following games on the tube this season.
A&M’s series finale at LSU on April 1 will be on ESPN2. The second game of the LSU series on March 31 will be on ESPNU, which will also air A&M’s home games with Mississippi State on May 4 and May 6.
The SEC Network will air A&M’s games against Rice, March 21; at Vanderbilt, March 25 and March 26; at Ole Miss, May 13 and May 14; and against Arkansas, May 20.
All other A&M home games will be available online through the SEC Network Plus.
The full schedule is available here for the true Raggies among you.
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