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Daily Bull 11.15.15: Aggie Sports Update

Wooo playoffs

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FOOTBAWL. Kind of a meh game. Please let us not forget that there was a moment in time where the SEC Aggies were tied with a school that not everyone was confident about what state they were from. Pretty sure that the stands started laughing with how much sadness they had for caring about football so much. But anyway String has your Instant Reaction where the outcomes of the next two games are one big shrug. Rush rounds up your important figures in By the Numbers.


  • Yesterday, Aggie Soccer cleaned up against Washington in the first round of the NCAA Championships. They advance to the next round this Friday in Clemson to play #8 North Carolina. If they win that game they go on to finish the second round with the winner of the Clemson/Ole Miss game. Quarterfinals will be at college campuses (ours because our facilities are nicer) and will be announced next week.
  • Aggie Volleyball is in a nine game win streak and today they plan on extending that to ten in Starkville. Watch today at 1 PM on SEC Network+.
  • Men's tennis has had a setback with power player Arthur Rinderknech falling in the quarterfinals of the 2015 USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships against Cal. Rinderknech has been a star player this past season and is expected to help the Aggies advance to the SEC Championships to defend their title.
  • Women's tennis is wrapping up the fall season in Las Vegas at the Rebel Invitational after a decent semester.

JOHNNY HAS A JOB TODAY. It was announced that Johnny Manziel will start today for the Browns against the Steelers with Josh McCown listed as inactive. Really the Browns should take some realization that their viewership numbers only went up because Johnny is on the team. Will he do well? Maybe. Some are concerned that he is not ready and doesn't have the NFL tempo needed to be successful. Aggies still hope for the best that he will either be great or be just bad enough to get to go to another team.