Uh-oh, guess what day it is?
That’s right, it’s hump day. And what better way to start off the beginning of the end of your work week than a nice little refresher on all of the top Texas A&M stories from Tuesday?
Before the Aggies’ big showdown with N0. 21 Mississippi State on Saturday, stay up to date on the team with all of the latest news from around the internet.
Following the team’s 4-0 start, Texas A&M’s bowl projections are starting to look pretty enticing. If the Aggies are able to continue winning in impressive fashion, it seems safe to say that fans shouldn’t make any plans for New Year’s Day.
Wide receiver Christian Kirk burst onto the scene through the first quarter of the season. The freshman receiver caught 24 passes for 442 yards and four touchdowns, while coming up big for Texas A&M when the team has needed him the most. He also made an appearance on the SEC Freshman of the Year tracker. Spoiler: he’s somewhere near the top.
Other Texas A&M news from around the web:
One Texas A&M research field in College Station decided to put the “A” in the university’s name to good use. Trying to make a public splash, The Texas A&M Agronomy Society decided to make a corn maze that was equal part corn and equal part school spirit.
Kevin Sumlin remained quiet on his team’s injuries ahead of this Saturday’s Top-25 matchup, according to the Austin American-Statesman. The Aggies health could be a big factor in this weekend’s game, but Sumlin appeared to be playing it close to the vest.
Has Aggies’ offensive coordinator Jake Spavital done a good enough job in his time with the Texas A&M offense? That was the question that Good Bull Hunting over at SB Nation decided to tackle. It’s a good in-depth look at what Spavital has worked with during his time with Texas A&M and if he has done enough with the tools around him.
Great stories from around the SEC:
Nick Saban said he “might still be” in the NFL if the Miami Dolphins had done one thing differently. Of course the Dolphins made their choice and the rest, as they say, is history.
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney took a shot at one team in the SEC while trying to make his point that polls shouldn’t be looked at until later in the season.
Texas A&M will be tasked with slowing down Dak Prescott on Saturday. On the Paul Finebaum Show, Tuesday, Prescott discussed why he decided to come back to Mississippi State for his senior season.