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"I would hope you would support who we are. Not, who we are not. These six individuals have made a choice to work, a choice to sacrifice, to put themselves on the line 23 nights for the next 4 months, to represent you...That kind of commitment and effort deserves and demands your respect. This is your team." -Coach Norman Dale, Hoosiers.

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AGGIE FOOTBALL PLAYERS TRY FARMING. Wait, the combine is about getting statistics for the NFL to choose college players and not about harvesting our nation's staple products? Weird. Anyway, check out rcb05's run down of yesterday's Aggie NFL Combine performance.

QUICK BOUNCYBALL SHOOTYHOOPS IS ALMOST ON THE TEEVEES. The Men's basketball team is in Columbia, South Carolina looking to take home a win from the Gamecocks. The Aggies are 9-2 playing South Carolina, one more win means that we get to take Sir Big Spur home with us and keep him free-range inside of Kyle Field. Game tips off at 11 AM on the SEC Network.

LET'S GET NOTTE. Aggie baseball plays their 2nd game in the series against Penn State today. Last night's game saw homers from Logan Nottebrok, Blake Allemand, Logan Taylor and J.B. Moss which was impressive with the wind that whipped through Olsen. Game ended with a 9-3 score, seeing the Aggies victorious over Penn. Today's game starts at 2 PM and will air on SEC Network+.

BYWho? Ouch, I think there is a required punishment for making that joke at any point ever, but it's alright because your Fightin' Texas Aggie Softball team pulled out a win over BYU in the Mary Nutter Classic in California last night. The 8-5 victory is the first of a five game run with games today against UCSB at 11:30 AM and Cal State Fullerton at 5 PM. Game's aren't on TV because Cali ain't on the same page as the SEC, PAAAAWWWLL. Instead, you can listen to the games on and

It's 70 degrees in Texas while the rest of the country is frozen, let's get in the pool. Today is the last day of the SEC Championship Swim meet in Auburn. Currently, the overall standings are the Women's team at 2nd place and the Men are sitting a tad bit lower at 8th. The meet wraps up tonight at 6 PM and can be seen on SEC Network+.