Jay Arnold

Texas A&M Aggies #96

  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 284
  • Seasons: SO

Debate Time: What was the best catch in the history of Aggie football?


As if you had something better to do

Know Your Enemy: Q&A with former Texas A&M D-lineman Jay Arnold

We talked to a former Aggie to get the scoop before the Texas Bowl showdown in Houston.

A&M Spring Practice resumes!


How is Kyle Allen looking? Does A&M have any scholarship linebackers? What do I do with my hands until the Arizona State game?

The A&M D's a bit all-or-nothing


The Texas A&M is ultra-athletic and terribly young, and while rush end Myles Garrett is very much worth the hype, the front seven overall doesn't make enough plays to keep pressure off of an...

What Needs To Be Said After Yesterday's Debacle


After a loss against Mississippi State, some things need to be put out in the open. Let's discuss some obvious issues surrounding Aggie Football that no one else will talk about.

Sunday Daily Bull


This is the darkest timeline.

Sunday Daily Bull


Congratulations, you made it through watching the Arkansas game. Let's just spend today reflecting on how terrible today isn't and enjoy being 5-0 in the SEC.

Sunday Daily Bull


Mascot defense, JamBoogie celebrations, and Magic in Baton Rouge. Oh and Aggie Football too in the Sunday Daily Bull.

Previewing the Aggie Defensive Front Seven


A review of the depth chart for the 2014 Texas A&M Aggie defense front seven heading into fall camp

SEC move caught A&M OT commit Elbert's attention

Playing in the nation's toughest conference helped Rockwall (Texas) Heath offensive tackle Trevor Elbert consider the Aggies, but what sealed the deal for him?

A&M Spring Practice: Everything you need to know


Kevin Sumlin and the Aggies being spring football this weekend, here's what to look for.

Good Bull Hunting reports from Atlanta


Lucas Jackson chimes in from the Chick-Fil-A Bowl, where he is eating all the damn chicken he can stand, watching practices, and asking terrible questions at press conferences.