Former Texas A&M offensive lineman Avery Gennesy will get his second shot at professional football after he was selected Tuesday by the Houston Roughnecks in the inaugural XFL Draft. He joined the show to discuss the opportunity and give his take on this season's edition of the Aggie off…

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…

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&…

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…

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.

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…

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.  

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…

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…

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.