Editor's note: This is the fourth part of a weeklong series looking at five position battles to watch in spring practice, which begins Feb. 28 for Texas A&M. Though Texas A&M is saying goodbye to another likely top-10 NFL draft pick from its offensive line, the Aggies expect to have a strong unit up front once again in 2014.
about 428 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | Texas A&M Aggies
During the summer, GigEmNation will take a closer look at returning starters and other key players on the two-deep for Texas A&M -- excluding the Aggies' 2013 recruiting class -- who could make notable impact this fall in our Aggie Snapshot series.
about 651 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | Texas A&M Aggies
Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel has dominated the headlines since last fall, but the Aggies had quite a bit of talent around the Heisman Trophy winner. Some of the Aggies key players last seasons were ones that the college football world knew little, if anything, about prior to last season.
about 785 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | Texas A&M Aggies
In a matter of months, former Texas A&M offensive tackle Luke Joeckel could be hearing his name be among the first called by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in the NFL draft. And while Joeckel (and teammate Damontre Moore, who is also projected to be a high-first round pick) will make Aggies everywhere proud, it's the offensive tackle that didn't enter the draft who has Texas A&M fans breathing a little easier when it comes to 2013.
about 793 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | Texas A&M Aggies
COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- In the SEC, there's no shortage of quality defensive linemen. And most of them are big, fast and physical. Texas A&M offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury said one of the first things he notices about SEC defenses is "the violence" those units play with.
about 990 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | Texas A&M Aggies
As fall practice and the 2012 season approaches, GigEmNation will take a look at where the Aggies stand currently and in the future at each position group. Today, we glance at the offensive line: Current starters: Jarvis Harrison, Luke Joeckel, Patrick Lewis, Jake Matthews, Cedric Ogbuehi This crop should be among the strongest starting offensive lines nationally, particularly at tackle with the combination of Joeckel and Matthews, a pair of future NFL draft picks.
about 997 days ago | Sam Khan Jr. | Texas A&M Aggies