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There's a lot going on today and that's fantastic. Your Aggie sports (in no particular order) for today:
SOFTBALL. The Aggie Classic kicked off yesterday with your Fightin' Texas Aggie Softball team taking on Penn State and Eastern Michigan and coming up with a back-to-back win. With six starting seniors gone, the team is a bit fresh compared to the recent past, but with five hot new fish on the field and a new hitting coach, the Ags are looking to redeem themselves every game for the 0-13 blunder from last week. Games today against Eastern Michigan at 3 PM and Penn State at 5:15 PM both airing on SEC Network+ (complete schedule here).
BASEBALL. Stop! Stop! He's already dead! Oof, if the Holy Cross baseball team had any hell left in them after theology class, it sure was beat out of them yesterday in Olsen. The 19-2 beatdown included the Aggie RBI opening day record being broken by Ronnie Gideon (3rd, Soph.). The series continues today at 2:05 PM and will be aired on SEC Network+.
BASKETBALL. I'm looking forward to devouring 'gator this weekend both in meal and basketball form. The Florida Gators go looking for love in all the wrong places with their trip to Reed Arena today. Game tips off at 5:30 PM and is on the SEC Network.
HOCKEY. Ah, a not "-ball" sport, nice. The Fightin' Texas Aggie Ice Hockey team plays their final game of the season today at College Station's Spirit Ice Arena against dirty, no-good, rotten t-sips after their 5-2 win in Austin last night. The Ags showed up in full force, even with entertaining mobs behind the goal causing penalties all around. Tonight is Senior Night and will wrap up a decently successful season for the Aggies. Puck drops at 7:30 PM.
*Note: There is a heck-a-ton of sporting events going on in College Station, but not only that, Aggieland Saturday is concurrently happening. If you're coming to College Station really plan for parking and traffic delays.
Disgruntled wealthy Aggies are disgruntled. Turns out that rich people have problems too. Two former Houston Aggie Club presidents George Harris Jr. '78 and Joe E. Harris '82 have filed suit against the 12th Man Foundation for "breach of contract and misrepresentation stemming from its system of reassigning seats" in Kyle Field. This isn't the first suit to be put against the Foundation in Harris County and it looks like more are to follow in other counties.