Texas A&M beat Arizona St. to open up the 2015 College football season with a 38-17 victory. A&M was firing on all cylinders on defense and special teams. The offense was very good too with Kyle Allen and true freshman Kyler Murray sharing snaps. Here are the highlights from the great win in Houston! I really had fun watching it in person!
I’m really looking forward to this Saturday’s matchup which has my beloved Texas A&M Aggies taking on the Arizona State Sun Devils. I will be at the game in person and can’t wait to see what A&M’s defense looks like under new defensive coordinator John Chavis! I’m also looking forward to the offense under Kyle Allen and Co.!
My favorite sports site, Bleacher Report previews the game in the link below! Enjoy the College Football Season everyone!
My alma mater Texas State, plays Florida State on Saturday at 7:00pm on ESPNNews. Seeing this as the first game on the schedule makes me cringe because I know as much as I would love to see the Cats upset the Seminoles, I just don’t see it happening! It could get ugly pretty quickly.
Even though I know our chances of winning are slim, I was interested to hear Coach Fran’s keys against FSU which are:
- Try to make as few mistakes as possible
- Get a few takeaways on defense
- Play our way with effort and enthusiasm.
- One play at a time, don’t get caught up in the big crowd of FSU.
It’s all about gaining respect from Florida St.
If you are so inclined, here is the video from today’s press conference regarding FSU.
The wait is over!
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American Pharoah became the first horse since 1978 to win the Triple Crown, winning in spectacular fashion.
American Pharoah’s jockey, Victor Espinoza, was riding for his third shot at the Triple Crown. Espinoza lost with California Chrome last year, and again with War Emblem in 2002.
American Pharoah also ends a dubious streak of 13 consecutive horses which entered Belmont with a chance at the Triple Crown but came up short.
You can watch full video of the historic race below …
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Congrats to Miss P!
NEW YORK — Miss P, a 4-year-old Beagle from British Columbia, won Best in Show at the 2015 Westminster Kennel Club all-breed dog show at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday.
David Merriam, a dog breeder and former California state trial judge, picked the winner in the event’s final round. Miss P, representing the hound group, beat six others for the top prize, including the crowd-favorite Old English Sheepdog named Swagger and Charlie, the Skye Terrier that took the Reserve Best in Show honors for runner-up.
“I’m sure she’s hungry,” said Miss P’s handler, Will Alexander. “I’m overwhelmed.”
Owned by Eddie Dziuk and Lori and Kaitlyn Crandlemire of Enderby, Miss P is formally known as Ch Tashtins Lookin For Trouble. This week marked her second showing at Westminster, and her 20th career Best in Show prize. The Crandlemires plan to retire Miss P from competition after her big…
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First Marshawn, Now Kevin.
The Oklahoma City Thunder are having their first rough season since 2009, and with a record of 28-25 at the All-Star break, the team is currently under the microscope of basketball writers and analysts nationwide.
Perhaps inspired by Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch, a number of Thunder players have expressed their frustration with the media this season. Russell Westbrook stonewalled a reporter in January, and now with hundreds of reporters in New York City for the All-Star game, Kevin Durant ripped the media on Saturday.
Durant was asked about the security of Thunder coach Scott Brooks’ job, and Durant wasn’t very pleased with the question. The reigning MVP went on to say that reporters “love us one day and hate us the next.”
“You guys really don’t know [expletive]…. To be honest, man, I’m only here talking to y’all because I have to. So I…
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