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The Link Farm: 10.4.22

All of the Aggie news we didn’t write about ourselves

Suerte Ampanera, The Madrid Farm Producing Organic Goat Dairy Products Photo By Ricardo Rubio/Europa Press via Getty Images

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.

  • Happy Birthday, A&M! Today is Texas A&M’s 146th birthday! The Agricultural & Mechanical College of Texas opened its doors and became the first public institution of higher education in Texas on this day in 1876,
  • Back in the win column. Texas A&M Soccer ended their recent four-game skid with a win over Rice at home in College Station. Next up for the Aggies is a home game against LSU on Thursday night where they’ll try to notch their first conference win of the season.
  • Swept in Athens. Texas A&M Volleyball wasn’t able to keep up their recent hot streak, falling to the Bulldogs of Georgia in both matches over the weekend. The Aggies will look to rebound when they host the Bulldogs of Mississippi State on Friday and Saturday of this week.
  • Spasojevic-Moko has surgery. The big offensive lineman out of Australia announced he had surgery following the Mississippi State game. He was splitting time with Aki Ogunbiyi at the left guard position this season. Here’s hoping for a swift and complete recovery.
  • 4th after 1. Second-ranked Aggie Women’s Golf are sitting in fourth place after one round at the Blessings Collegiate Invitational. Round 2 will be shown on the Golf Channel from 3:30-6:30 and live stats are available at

Will October lead to a change in Aggie football fortunes after a spotty September?