James Edward Wiley Sr., a two-way end on the 1943 Texas A&M football team that went 7-2-1 and played in the Orange Bowl, died on July 8 in Dallas. He was 92. Wiley, a sophomore in ’43, was part of the famed “Kiddie Korps,” which was a team of mostly freshman walk-ons who were forced into action because 77 players had to fight in World War II. Wiley also was a sprinter on the track team. Wiley and his brother, A.P. Wiley Jr., founded Wiley Brothers General Contractors. James Wiley was honored by A&M as a Distinguished Alumnus in 1990.

SEC Media Days lineup: A&M junior running back Trayveon Williams, junior center Erik McCoy and senior defensive lineman Kingsley Keke will attend the Southeastern Conference Media Days in Atlanta along with head coach Jimbo Fisher on Monday.

Texas A&M junior running back Trayveon Williams, junior center Erik McCoy and senior defensive lineman Kingsley Keke will attend the Southeastern Conference Media Days in Atlanta along with head coach Jimbo Fisher at the College Football Hall of Fame on Monday.

Texas A&M had 56 student-athletes named to the 2017-18 First-Year Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll, the SEC announced Wednesday. The honor roll requires a minimum 3.0 grade point average.

Ring reunion: Lauren Snyder, Class of 2008, lost her Aggie ring on a visit last year to the San Antonio Zoo. On Monday, a zoo security manager found it, and after a social media message went viral, Snyder was reunited with the ring.

Back to fire school: Thousands of firefighters have begun streaming into Bryan-College Station as the first of Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service's annual summer fire schools kicked off Sunday. About 4,000 firefighters -- from the U.S. and several other countries -- arrive for the c…

EVIAN-LES-BAINES, France — Texas A&M golfers Chandler Phillips and Maddie Szeryk wrapped up competition at the Arnold Palmer Cup on Sunday with Phillips earning a half-point for Team USA, which won the event 38.5-21.5 over Team International.

Season tickets are on sale for Texas A&M men’s and women’s basketball, soccer and volleyball for the upcoming school year. Prices begin at $100 for basketball, $60 for soccer and $50 for volleyball. For more information, visit www.12thMan.com/tickets online or call 1-888-992-4443.

Wind tunnel: The Texas A&M National Aerothermochemistry and Hypersonics Laboratory is in the last stages of building the Hypervelocity Expansion Tunnel. Rodney Bowersox, head of A&M's aerospace engineering department, said the research will help study the aerodynamics and chemistry o…

BOSTON -- Boston Celtics first-round draft choice Robert Williams got a lecture from the team about accountability and said they are moving on from the bad first impression he made by missing a flight and failing to get back in time for summer league practice.

Top 10 finish for athletics: Texas A&M's athletics program finished 10th in the Learfield Directors’ Cup, a two-spot improvement from last year and its first Top 10 finish since the 2013-14 season. 

Sexual assault discussion: Several Texas A&M University administrators met privately Monday with a group representing former and current students who have criticized the school's handling of sexual misconduct allegations.

The Southeastern Conference has hired Texas A&M’s David Batson as its assistant commissioner for compliance, league commissioner Greg Sankey said Tuesday.

Reveille VIII dies: Reveille VIII, Texas A&M's mascot from 2008 to 2015, died Monday. She was 12 years old. She will be buried alongside the previous seven Reveilles in Kyle Field Plaza on the north side of the stadium. Details on the burial have not been announced.

Heading to Boston: Texas A&M forward Robert Williams was selected 27th in the first round of the NBA draft by the Boston Celtics.

Workers continue to put the finishing touches on Davis Diamond, which Texas A&M believes will be the best collegiate softball complex in the country when completed. Now the challenge is building a championship team to play there.