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Basketball gave Rudy Woods a way to touch lives, which he did right up until his death.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Thirty-three seconds of arguably the most unbelievable basketball in March Madness more than made up for the first 39 minutes for Texas A&M and the Aggies were still pinching themselves 15 minutes later in a shocked but raucous locker room.
Conference champion. It has a nice ring to it, especially when you’ve waited three decades.
Following is a Q&A with Billy Gillispie, former Texas A&M basketbal coach who is the basketball coach and athletic director at his alma mater Ranger College. Note: The Eagle on Sunday ran two stories on Gillispie, most of the following quotes did not make either story and a few of t…
RANGER — Acie Law IV and Billy Gillisipie will be tied together forever in Texas A&M basketball lore.
Joseph Jones ended his Texas A&M career in 2008 as one of the most prolific players in program history. He ranks in A&M's top 10 all time in points, rebounds and blocks. He started 131 games, more than any player in A&M history except his classmate Dominique Kirk. (Jones missed a…
The story of "The Jiggler," a.k.a. Nathaniel Cooper, actually starts with him being overdressed.
John Thornton was picked to be Texas A&M’s representative among the 2014 SEC Basketball Legends, the Southeastern Conference announced Thursday.
The crowd at Hec Edmundson Pavilion at the University of Washington gasped, then went quiet.
RANGER — Billy Clyde Gillispie leans on the railing of the staircase in a corner of a gymnasium that seats a little more than 1,000 fans. He and his team are waiting for the women’s basketball game at Ranger College to finish so they can take the floor.
Billy Gillispie kids when he asks if soccer teams field 11 players.