#5: Kenric McNeal

We continue our Senior Spotlight series with offensive players

Kevin Sumlin Tweets CCM - Aggies Are So Aggie


Texas A&M finished their 2012 college football season with a 41-13 thumping of the Sooners in the Cotton Bowl. The win was the best finish for the Aggies since beating Michigan in the 1995 Alamo Bowl.

GBH Mailbag - Let's talk with Mr. Dave South


We're talking with Dave South tonight on the show. Leave us your questions for him in the comments section and tune in tonight at 8PM for The Around Aggieland Show.

Podcast - OU's Cotton Bowl Fail


Oklahoma's 2012 football season ended in disaster as the Sooners were outscored 27-0 in the final two quarters of the game. Yeah, you bet we've got some stuff to talk about on that.

Gameday Diary: The Cotton Bowl


How faith in Aggie Football was finally restored

OU Offense Disappears In Cotton Bowl Rout


What wasn't expected in Friday night’s AT&T Cotton Bowl was that the OU offense would fall flat on its face.

By the Numbers: The Cotton Bowl


So much win in the Cotton Bowl.

Eventual magic


Oklahoma held Johnny Manziel and the Aggies in check for quite a while in the first half, but the Sooners couldn't take advantage. And you had to know what was coming after that.

Cotton Bowl: A&M Wins in a Rout. Ready for 2013?


In one of the most convincing wins of the bowl season so far, Texas A&M blasts Oklahoma. Is it time to start talking title?

Texas A&M destroys Oklahoma in Cotton Bowl, 41-13

Texas A&M had no issues against former Big 12 foe Oklahoma, and the Aggies were led by quarterback Johnny Manziel in their blow out win.

2013 college bowl schedule: Games this week


Florida faces Louisville in the Sugar Bowl, Oregon and Kansas State pair up in the Fiesta Bowl, and Johnny Manziel leads Texas A&M against Oklahoma in the Cotton Bowl.

2012 Foundation of Facts – Game 13: Texas A&M vs O


See how the OU Sooners stack up against Texas A&M’s Fightin’ Texas Aggies in this week's Foundation of Facts...

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