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2017 Schedule
8-5, 4th in SEC - West
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Aggies use 2016 season as motivation (4:26)
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Aggies playing with chip on their shoulders (1:47)
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4dEdward Aschoff

SEC's best defensive back duos in 2017

The top secondary duo resides at Alabama in Minkah Fitzpatrick and Ronnie Harrison, but Georgia and Kentucky also have dynamic tandems.

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Breaking down best SEC coaching jobs (3:31)
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6dSam Khan Jr.

The missing piece for SEC West teams

If your favorite SEC West team could add any active player from another team in the group to help put it over the top, who would that player be?

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Players explain why Aggieland is one of a kind (3:38)
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11dEdward Aschoff and Sam Khan Jr.

SEC Ultimate Road Trip 2017: November

Our SEC reporters select the prime games involving the league's teams in each week during the month of November.

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12dEdward Aschoff and Sam Khan Jr.

SEC Ultimate Road Trip 2017: October

Our SEC reporters select the prime games involving the league's teams in each week during the month of October.

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13dSam Khan and Edward Aschoff

SEC Ultimate Road Trip 2017: September

Here's a look at the best games involving SEC teams in each week during the month of September.

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20dRecruitingNation

Class Rankings: Aggies rise five spots

Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin is rolling on the recruiting trail. He added two in-state ESPN 300 prospects in S Leon O'Neal Jr. and DE Max Wright.

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Notable SEC football graduate transfers (2:28)

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 300 prospects Max Wright and Leon O'Neal committed to Texas A&M together in a video posted on social media. The defensive end and safety give the Aggies six ESPN 300 commitments in the class with Wright ranked No. 235 overall and O'Neal at No. 86.

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28dMark Schlabach

Aggies AD: 'Coach Sumlin knows he has to win'

After guiding Texas A&M to three consecutive 8-5 seasons, Aggies coach Kevin Sumlin "has to win this year," athletic director Scott Woodward said during an appearance on The Paul Finebaum Show on Tuesday.

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Woodward has 'all the confidence' in Sumlin (1:55)
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32dKC Joyner

Is Texas A&M a legit CFP sleeper pick?

Texas A&M will find it hard to replace defensive star Myles Garrett, and that's not the Aggies' only issue going into the 2017 season. Do they have enough for a playoff run?

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Safety Justin Evans has officially signed his rookie contract with the Bucs. All that remains to be signed is third-rounder Chris Godwin.

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