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The Link Farm: 10.28.22

All of the Aggie news we didn’t think was important enough to write about ourselves


The Link Farm is your update on all things Texas A&M. And if there’s something we missed, be sure to talk about it in the comments.

  • Power outage. Due to recent hate speech by Kanye West, Texas A&M has opted to move away from playing his song “Power” when the Aggies enter Kyle Field. I wrote an article about (mostly silly) potential replacement options and No. 2 actually turned out to be correct.
  • Monumental victory. Aggie Soccer ended the regular season with a bang, beating Florida 4-1 to seal a spot in the SEC Tournament and also give coach G Guerrieri his 500th career victory. Guerreri is only the fifth NCAA Division I women’s soccer coach to reach the 500-win plateau and among active D1 coaches he trails only North Carolina’s Anson Dorrance and Santa Clara’s Jerry Smith. After starting 0-4 in SEC play, the Ags went 3-0-3 in their final six games. An impressive turnaround to salvage their season.
  • Standing Room Only. 12th Man Productions’ feature-length documentary about the history of history of Texas A&M’s 12th Man tradition is now available online. Great work.
  • A-maize-ing. The Aggie Corn Maze is once again open for business. A great family-friendly entertainment option if you’re in town for the game this weekend (it’s open on Friday and Sunday but not Saturday).

Happy Friday and #BTHOolemiss