Ex-Cowboy QB’s Son Luke Laufenberg will Play Football for the Aggies
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Content Source:seccountry.com By Brandon Wheeland Luke Laufenberg is full of confidence. The tight end from Liberty Christian School (Argyle, Texas) describes himself as “bigger than a corner if you want to put (him) outside and faster than a linebacker if you want to put (him) inside.” Unfortunately, a sports hernia injury put him on the … Continue reading “Ex-Cowboy QB’s Son Luke Laufenberg will Play Football for the Aggies”

Players Who Get Recruited Too Early Have a High Probability of Decommitting
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Content Source:tuscaloosanews.com By Andrew Bone High school football players are recruited earlier and earlier every year. Some prospects make college commitments before they conclude their freshman year of high school. Offers begin arriving prior to a prospect playing a single down of high school football in some instances. People who don’t follow recruiting closely question … Continue reading “Players Who Get Recruited Too Early Have a High Probability of Decommitting”

Second-string TXHSFB QB Kyle Trask Could Become First-Rate Talent for Florida
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Content Source:seccountry.com By Zach Abolverdi HOUSTON — Every football fan knows the old adage that the backup quarterback is the most popular guy on a team. But that hasn’t been the case at Manvel High School near Houston. The team’s No. 2 signal caller, Kyle Trask, might be a backup once again in 2016, but that … Continue reading “Second-string TXHSFB QB Kyle Trask Could Become First-Rate Talent for Florida”

Texas A&M’s 50 greatest Football Victories: Nos. 50-46
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Content Source:texags.com By Olin Buchanan There have been nail-biters and blowouts. There have been amazing comebacks and improbable upsets. There have been last-minute touchdowns and clutch goal line stands. Through 121 seasons of Texas A&M football, the Aggies have posted 717 victories. One resulted in cotton falling like snow at Kyle Field. Another had a … Continue reading “Texas A&M’s 50 greatest Football Victories: Nos. 50-46”

High Schools Selling Stadium Naming Rights For Extra Cash As National Trend Spreads
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Content Source:ibtimes.com By ALEX GAROFALO To combat tightening funding, high schools across the U.S. are turning to banks and other big businesses — not for loans, but for stadium-naming deals. Public high schools in Illinois and Indiana — taking a cue from college and pro sports — are selling naming rights to their athletic stadiums. In some cases, … Continue reading “High Schools Selling Stadium Naming Rights For Extra Cash As National Trend Spreads”

Texas Tech Lands Commitment from Three-Star DB Quincy Addison Following Visit
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Content Source:sportsday.dallasnews.com By EJ Holland It was a big recruiting weekend for Texas Tech. The Red Raiders hosted a number of key recruits for unofficial visits, including three-star Angleton safety Quincy Addison, who committed just after leaving Lubbock. Continue Reading Here

Texas A&M Offers Ultra-Productive Mansfield Running Back Kennedy Brooks
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Content Source:tamu.247sports.com By Brian Perroni Texas A&M is in good shape with four-star running back Toneil Carter of Houston Langham Creek but the Aggies are also looking at other runners in the class. This weekend, the staff decided it couldn’t pass up to the opportunity to offer Mansfield’s Kennedy Brooks. Continue Reading Here

The Story of Jordan Elliott’s Roller Coaster Ride Recruitment
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Content Source:texas.247sports.com By Chris Hummer Jordan Elliott, Westside Position: Defensive Tackle Height: 6-foot-4 Weight: 306 National Ranking: 115 State Ranking: 18 Position Ranking: 14 To call Jordan Elliott’s recruitment a roller coaster would be an understatement. In fact, by the end of it, Elliott’s mom, Tamara Dean, labeled the process a “nightmare” and called it “one big saga.” Elliott, an elite defensive tackle from … Continue reading “The Story of Jordan Elliott’s Roller Coaster Ride Recruitment”

10 Years in Prison for Former Texas A&M Football Player Isaiah Golden
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Content Source:news-journal.com COLLEGE STATION (AP) — A Texas A&M player kicked off the team following his 2014 arrest in a drug-related case must serve 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to robbery. Ex-defensive lineman Isaiah Golden of Carthage was sentenced Wednesday in College Station as part of a plea deal on three robbery counts. … Continue reading “10 Years in Prison for Former Texas A&M Football Player Isaiah Golden”

Dickinson State Football Adds TXHSFB QB Kyle Michel
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Content Source:thedickinsonpress.com By Colton Pool Kyle Michel of Brennan High School in San Antonio, Texas, signed to the Dickinson State football team, according to a press release Friday. At 6-foot, 185-pounds, Michel led his high school team to back-to-back 6A District championships the past two seasons. Continue Reading Here