Houston Chronicle beat man Brent Zwerneman joins the show to discuss his observations through Texas A&M's fall camp and his look ahead at the 2019 season.
Former Texas A&M running back Kwame Etwi joins the show to discuss his current internship and search for a pro football home, as well as looking back in his days starting fall camp under head coach Jimbo Fisher.
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey took a moment to discuss new Texas A&M athletic director Ross Bjork and alcohol sales in Kyle Field at the 2019 SEC Media Days in Hoover, Ala.
Texas A&M baseball's newest hire, hitting coach Chad Caillet, was officially announced Wednesday, replacing new Nebraska head coach Will Bolt. Caillet joined the podcast to talk about his decision to move from Southern Miss after 12 years and what he brings to Aggieland. Also, a conversa…
On the week which the 60th edition of the Dave Campbell's Texas Football magazine drops to newsstands, managing editor Greg Tepper joins the podcast to look back on the impact the magazine has made in the state and in Aggieland.
AggieYell.com's Courtney Roland sets the stage for Aggie recruits participating in this weekend's Texas State 7-on-7 tournament at Veteran's Park in College Station. Also, hosts Travis L. Brown and Zach Taylor break down the transfers in and out of Aggie diamond sports.
A day after first and second round selections in the 2019 Major League Baseball Draft, A&M shortstop Braden Shewmake and pitcher John Doxakis break down the emotions of becoming a professional baseball player and look back at their three years in Aggieland.
As the Texas A&M baseball team gears up for the NCAA Tournament, freshman relief pitcher Joseph "Moo" Menefee joins the Podcast to look back on his first season in Aggieland and shed some light into his interesting nickname. Also, The Eagle sports editor Robert Cessna breaks down the Mor…
After diving to beat teammate Robert Grant, Aggie 400-meter hurdler Infinite Tucker went viral internationally. Both Tucker and Grant join the podcast to react to the instant celebrity status and discuss the path back from injury Grant underwent to be a part of the moment. Also, Texas A&…
Texas A&M softball pitcher Kendall Potts discusses the lengthy road to recovery from multiple arm surgeries that took her from Baylor and brought her to Aggieland, as the Aggie softball team prepares to host the SEC Tournament.
Former Texas A&M center Erik McCoy breaks down his journey from Lufkin to the NFL as a preview for the upcoming NFL Draft. Also, a whip around the horn of Texas A&M's diamond sports.
This week, Texas A&M senior infielder Riley Sartain was drafted by the Aussie Peppers as the 18th pick in the 2019 National Pro Fastpitch Draft. She joined the Podcast this week to tell the story of the tearful moment she learned of her pro future.
Mike Barber, a reporter for the Richmond Times-Dispatch, looks back on his time covering Buzz Williams at Virginia Tech and gives a look forward at what Aggie fans can expect with the new coach. Also, the Voice of the Aggies, Andrew Monaco, details his time covering Dirk Nowitzki while servi…
As a ninth-round MLB Draft pick by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in 2016, Michael Barash seemed to have the trajectory towards a Major League future. However, this summer, Barash had a change of heart. Now he is back at his alma mater, finishing his degree and teaching the next generatio…
Former Texas A&M post Tonny Trocha-Morelos breaks down the Aggies' 2018-19 season, looks back at his time under former head coach Billy Kennedy and gives his pick for who should fill the coaching void.
The Houston Chronicle's Brent Zwerneman joins the podcast to give the details on his Tuesday report that stated Aggie men's basketball head coach Billy Kennedy will not return next season.
D1baseball.com's Kendall Rogers makes his podcast debut, breaking down a big weekend for the Texas A&M baseball team at the Shriners Hospital's College Classic and discussing who will fill the rotation void left by freshman Jonathan Childress' season-ending injury.
Texas A&M baseball second baseman Bryce Blaum should have began his career at Texas A&M, but picked Ole Miss instead out of high school, he said on this week's My Aggie Nation Podcast. Two years and a transfer later, he feels at home in Aggieland starting for the maroon and white.
Damon Sayles, recruiting guru for Gig'Em 247, joins the podcast to break down the Aggies' 2019 recruiting class and give his pick on who will make an immediate contribution this fall. Also, Sayles gives his take on the A&M men's basketball team's woes.
Texas A&M junior outfielder Kelbi Fortenberry breaks down the start to the Aggie softball season and gives a verbal tour of newly opened Davis Diamond.
Former Texas A&M center Erik McCoy joins the podcast to discuss his decision to leave early for the 2019 NFL Draft and reflect on his years in Aggieland.
Former Texas A&M 12th Man and fullback Cullen Gillaspia joins the show to look back at the storybook ending to his Aggie career and discuss his efforts to have a future in the NFL.
Former Texas A&M tight end Jace Sternberger joins the show to discuss his decision to leave the Aggies after his junior season and enter the 2019 NFL Draft. Also, Houston Chronicle reporter Brent Zwerneman recaps the Aggies' TaxSlayer Gator Bowl victory and looks at the Aggies' other pla…
A video posted to Twitter on Wednesday by 12th Man Productions gave an inside listen on the conversations between those in charge of running the Kyle Field video presentation during the Aggies' comeback win over LSU (as seen below). As time wound down in regulation, Buddy Kimberlin, director…
So what happened in the mayhem after Texas A&M sealed a 74-72, seven overtime win over LSU? Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle gives his take on the game and breaks down the footage he received regarding the postgame fight between A&M and LSU staffers. Also, Cameron Stahl, a cu…
Fort Worth Star-Telegram columnist Mac Engel recently wrote that Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher's first season was a "bust." Engel joined the podcast to explain his piece and give his thoughts on the future of the Aggie football program.
The football program at UAB has had a tumultuous decade, including two years of inactivity. AL.com's Evan Dudley joins the podcast to break down why the football program was removed and then revived two years later, leading to a successful season this year.
Texas A&M women's basketball coach Gary Blair joined the podcast to preview the Aggie hoops season and give his analysis of Jimbo Fisher and the A&M football team.
Former Texas A&M tight end Michael Lamothe joined the show to give his impressions of A&M's program under Jimbo Fisher and share a few of Mike Sherman's memorable coaching techniques.
Former Texas A&M defensive journeyman Justin Dunning retired from the game of football over the offseason, after suffering four ACL tears in his career. Since then, he has found a passion in talking about the sport he used to play. Dunning joined the My Aggie Nation Podcast to discuss hi…
Former Texas A&M quarterback Jake Hubenak is following a new-found dream of coaching football as the wide receivers coach at Willis High School. The spark of those aspirations came while he was injured last year, coaching up the current A&M quarterbacks. Hubenak joins the show to dis…
Big 12 champion quarterback Branndon Stewart joins the show prior to the 1998 team reunion that will take place Saturday at Kyle Field during the Aggies' bout with Kentucky. Stewart breaks down that team and the "throwback" uniforms the Aggies will wear this Saturday.
Houston Chronicle Aggie beat reporter Brent Zwerneman joins the show to break down A&M's loss in Tuscaloosa and preview the Aggies' trip to Dallas to face Arkansas. Is it a rivalry game? Also, should A&M nix their new Kyle Field theme song? Zwerneman answers it all.
Former Texas A&M tight end Tanner Schorp joins the show, saying he wishes he had one more year of eligibility to play under new head coach Jimbo Fisher. Schorp breaks down the tight end play so far, looks at a matchup with former A&M special teams coordinator Jeff Banks and gives his…
Texas A&M battled No. 2 Clemson to the wire Saturday. So what does that mean for the program moving forward? ESPN's Sam Khan Jr. answers that question and more on this week's podcast.
Longtime NFL reporter, Eagle reporter and A&M former student Charean Williams joins the show to discuss the events surrounding her reception of the Dick McCann Award at the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Also, hosts Travis L. Brown and Zach Taylor give their thoughts on the opening weeks of …
The new football and men's basketball play-by-play man Andrew Monaco joins the show to give his insights on his new gig and what he's seen from new Aggie head coach Jimbo Fisher so far. Also, AggieYell.com's Courtney Roland hops on the show for a fall camp round table.
A&M Consolidated defensive tackle Josh Ellison and Navasota offensive guard Jordan Jefferson break down their decisions to commit to Texas A&M and give their take on the program while at The Eagle's Brazos Valley High School Media Day.
David Ubben of The Athletic jumps on the show to look back at the biggest storylines from SEC Media Days and gives his first impressions of new Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher.
Former Texas A&M defensive lineman Jay Arnold breaks down the relaxing life given to players on the Texas A&M football team, including the scene in the luxurious players lounge. Arnold also gives his takes on sports around the world, including his World Cup pick.
Baseball America's Michael Lananna joins the show to look back at the Aggie baseball season that drew to a close in the Austin Regional. Lananna also previews the Super Regionals and gives his pick for Omaha favorites.
Texas A&M catcher Cole Bedford breaks down the Aggies' trip to Austin to play in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. He also dissects the addition of technology in the SEC to aid in calling pitches.
Texas A&M senior center fielder Erica Russell and former Aggie pitcher and SEC Network analyst Amanda Scarborough set the stage for the Aggies super regional battle at No. 2 Florida.
Former Texas A&M standout and SEC Network analyst Amanda Scarborough previews the College Station Regional of the 2018 NCAA Tournament, which features the Aggie softball team, Baylor, Prairie View A&M and McNeese.
Texas A&M senior first baseman Tori Vidales breaks down the Aggie softball team's new stadium and the distinguished letterman award bestowed upon her.
Former Texas A&M punter Shane Tripucka hops on the podcast to break down his quest to find an NFL job and the meaning of the spring game to players. Also, Aggie shortstop Braden Shewmake discusses his transition to short stop as well as the nervous tendencies of his teammate, pitcher Nol…
Texas A&M outfielder Logan Foster joined the show to talk about his adjustments from moving to Texas from Nebraska and analyze the Aggies' rough patch since the beginning of SEC play.
Former Texas A&M tight end Tanner Schorp said he wished he would have been a participant at Tuesday's pro day in Aggieland. Prior to the 2017 season, Schorp tore his labrum and decided to postpone surgery until after his senior season so he could try to play. Offseason surgery took pro d…
The epicenter of heckling at Blue Bell Park sits on the right side of the balcony in Section 203. Robert White, one of the original members of the rowdy fan group, joined the podcast to discuss a few of the group's traditions and break down the Aggie baseball squad. Also, hosts Travis L. Bro…
Texas A&M center Robert Williams discusses the offseason changes he made to earn a SEC co-defensive player of the year nod this season. Williams also previewed the upcoming SEC Tournament.