COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Texas A&M wrapped up spring football on Saturday with the annual Maroon and White game. After 15 practices, there's plenty to take away, but here's five things we learned during the Aggies' spring:1.
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Expectations are on the rise for sophomore QB Kyle Allen, but the Aggies' 2015 will be defined by how new coordinator John Chavis revamps the defense.
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Texas A&M's large 2013 receiver recruiting haul is down to two members.
Coveted receiver also loves basketball, but expects to focus on football in college.
The SEC's nonconference scheduling as a whole is falling behind the nonconference scheduling of schools in the other Power 5 conferences.
Texas A&M freshman Daylon Mack and Texas freshman Cecil Cherry trade jabs on Twitter as the two schools' rivalry remains on hiatus.
Highly-recruited offensive tackle Frank Martin II has cut his list of schools to 10 teams, but most insiders believe USC has a substantial lead.
Paul Finebaum and Chris Low assess the importance of the Texas vs. Texas A&M rivalry and when it will return.
Outside of the January run up to national signing day, no other time sees more commitments than mid-April through the end of May. We look at big spring decisions and questions.
Chris Low discusses whether Texas and Texas A&M will renew their football rivalry.
Charlie Strong and Kevin Sumlin both said they would like to see the Texas-Texas A&M rivalry rekindled.
John Chavis will have his work cut out remaking the Aggies defense, which has finished outside the top 100 in total defense the past two seasons.
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New defensive coordinator John Chavis sees progress in Texas A&M defense, builds confidence among young unit.
Paul Finebaum and Andy Staples talk spring football and the upcoming season for Texas A&M.
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Texas A&M Aggies offensive line in transition under new OL coach Dave Christensen, who is putting emphasis on the details.