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For many fantasy owners, the playoffs have arrived. This last week and upcoming week is huge. For ESPN fantasy football owners the playoffs begin this week. For Yahoo fantasy owners, this is the final week to try and get in the playoffs. For the top four players of each league, congratulatio…

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Heading into week 10 there were three undefeated teams. After the Bengals loss to the Texans on Monday night only two teams remain undefeated, the Panthers and Patriots. Week 10 also included two big games from former Michigan State Spartans, Jeremy Langford and Kirk Cousins, who were the to…

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Johnny Manziel made his second start of the season on Thursday night. He played a solid game, but he ultimately couldn’t overcome a poor defensive showing by Cleveland and an underwhelming group of receivers, and the Browns (2-7) lost to the undefeated Bengals 31-10.

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Week seven in fantasy was an interesting one. Injuries to Arian Foster and Joseph Randle opened the door for fantasy owners to pick up backups on the waiver wire, and Miami’s 44-26 win over Houston enabled three Dolphins players to make this list after putting up impressive numbers.

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Five teams entered Sunday undefeated and all of them came out victorious. Breakout stars from last year who started this season slowly finally rewarded owners, such as Andrew Luck and Martavis Bryant. Here are the highlights from week six of the NFL and fantasy.

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Week 5 was a roller coaster for fantasy owners. From Jamaal Charles tearing his ACL, to Le’Veon Bell scoring on the last play of the game and helping owners to last-ditch victories.

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Week four of the NFL was full of surprises. After many stars breached the 25 point mark last week, few even came close this week.

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After almost a year and a half after being selected in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft and nearly three years after winning the Heisman Trophy at Texas A&M, Johnny Manziel finally won his first professional football game 28-14 over the Tennessee Titans.

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Texas A&M made its first appearance of the year on The Associated Press’ Top 25 rankings Tuesday. After whipping No. 15 Arizona State 38-17 on Saturday, the Aggies find themselves No. 16 in the country.

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Sophomore quarterback Kyle Allen led the Aggies to 21 fourth quarter points en route to a 38-17 victory over ASU.

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After spending eight seasons on the west coast with the Los Angeles Clippers, former Aggie basketball standout, Deandre Jordan reached an agreement to become a member of the Dallas Mavericks. After averaging a double-double in what was no doubt the best year of his career, Jordan received th…

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It might have been the Lunar Lander suspended above the hall or the casual lunch discussions on astrodynamics, but sometime after I drove onto NASA Johnson Space Center’s campus it hit me – incredible things happen here, and I get the privilege to experience it all for the next 10 weeks.

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If one were to look on the Twitter sphere right now, one would see TCU fans in a rage. Why? Because of a huge blunder by the TCU athletic department, many Aggie baseball fans have managed to buy tickets for this weekend's Fort Worth Super Regional. 

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It’s long been a joke among Aggies that their former conference rival, the University of Texas, has a fan base loaded with people that never attended the school. A popular t-shirt even says, “If you see someone wearing an A&M shirt, they went to A&M. If you see someone wearing a t.u.…

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The two individuals remaining in the NCAA tournament representing Texas A&M both fell Friday in the round of 16 in Waco.  Although they will be going home, Jeremy Efferding and Saska Gavrilovska will both be walking away as All-Americans. 

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A long regular season has come to an end, and postseason awards are beginning to come out for collegiate baseball. Monday afternoon, four Aggies were named to the all-SEC baseball team by the league’s coaches.

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The Texas A&M basketball program landed its first commitment in the 2016 recruiting class. J.J. Caldwell, a 6-foot-1 point guard from Cypress Woods High School in Cypress, Texas, verbally committed to Texas A&M on Sunday as was reported initially by Scout.com.

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Though the class of 2015 has yet to take the field for a regular season football game for Texas A&M, head coach Kevin Sumlin and his staff are already fast at work molding together the football class of 2016.