Hullabaloo, Caneck! Caneck!: Texas A&M university seeking 5,000 maroon-clad football fans for national commercial
Calling all Aggies: Texas A&M University is seeking 5,000 maroon clad football fanatics for a Midnight Yell Practice reenactment which will be filmed for a national football commercial. The commercial will air during the fall games, Texas A&M Today reported.
Aggies come in at No. 5 in final CFP ranks, fall short of playoffs
4 Notre Dame in the College Football Playoff semifinal originally scheduled to serve as the 107th Rose Bowl, the playoff committee announced Sunday. In the end, those two teams were assigned to the Sugar Bowl semifinal, while the other playoff game will feature the national championship favorites against the final addition to the four-team playoff. But instead of a week amid the pomp and pageantry of the Rose Bowl, the teams will spend their semifinal week in Arlington, Texas. Oregon State beat Duke in Durham, North Carolina, in that version of the Rose Bowl. The festive week of genteel celebrations around the Rose Bowl game had already been mostly canceled.
How the Aggies could make it to the college football playoffs
“In the past four SEC games, the Aggies have led by 20 or more points after the third quarter,” Liucci said. 1 defense in the SEC.”Currently, Ohio State is fourth in the rankings but has been limited to only four games. “If Ohio State plays only five games then they don’t deserve to be in,” added Liucci. The Aggies beat the Gators back in week three but should Florida win out and also beat Alabama in the SEC Championship, then what? “If Florida wins out and beats Alabama then they are in and ‘Bama may just drop a couple of spots,” Liucci said.
Texas universities are moving more classes online, but keeping tuition the same. Students are asking if it's worth the money.
Allie Goulding/The Texas TribuneSarah Ramos has spent her summer anxiously awaiting a fall return to Texas A&Ms campus at College Station. But while school will look different, the tuition rates for many of Texas largest universities, including UT-Austin, University of Houston, University of North Texas and Texas Tech, will stay the same. This summer, nearly all Texas universities went completely online and schools including UT-Austin and Baylor offered reduced tuition while several others waived fees for campus services like parking. Texas Tech President Lawrence Schovanec said that while around 80% of Texas Tech Universitys 1,000 fall courses will be online, tuition will not be decreased in the fall. Theres a misunderstanding that online classes are cheaper, Schovanec said.