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July 24, 2013
Talking Football with Eric Hyman
Texas A&M Football
First year A&M athletics director Eric Hyman couldn't have asked for much more during his first Fall in Aggieland. With 11 wins on the gridiron, a Heisman Trophy winner, and multiple All-Americans, the Aggies were wildly successful in their first season in the SEC. In this edition of the Summer Series, Hyman visits with 12th man TV about the success of the 2012 Texas A&M Football season.

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July 19, 2013
Q&A with Julia Wilkinson-Minks
Texas A&M Swimming & Diving
Olympian and NCAA Champion Julia Wilkinson-Minks saw tremendous success in the pool wearing two caps—one the maroon and white of Texas A&M, and one the maple leaf of her native Canada. She qualified for the Beijing Olympics in 2008, swimming in the finals of the 200-meter individual medley, and returned to the world stage four years later in London. As an Aggie, she capped a stellar career by winning the 100 freestyle at the 2010 NCAA Championships, becoming the first in program history to claim an individual title.

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July 12, 2013
Q&A with Randy Bullock
Texas A&M Football
All-American and Lou Groza Award winner Randy Bullock enters his second year as a member of the Houston Texans. Following a very successful career at Texas A&M, one which saw him set the school's all-time scoring record, Randy was able to live out the dream of playing for his hometown squad when he was selected in the fifth round of the 2012 NFL Draft by the Houston Texans. An injury at the end of fall camp last August ended his rookie season before it began, but rehabilitation and hard work has him back to 100 percent and ready to go for the 2013 campaign. Bullock will officially report to camp with the rest of the Texans veterans on Thursday, July 25.

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July 10, 2013
Cedric Ogbuehi: Get Comfortable
Texas A&M Football
You'll notice Ogbuehi uses the word comfortable quite often. This offense is changing coordinators, while saying goodbye to the best tackle in college football (Joeckel) and one of its best receivers (Ryan Swope). But, Cedric Ogbuehi isn't too concerned. He feels everyone will settle in quite nicely.

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June 28, 2013
Q&A with Lisa Langston
Texas A&M Women's Basketball
Dr. Lisa Langston '86 was a two-sport standout, a four-year (1983-86) letterwinner in women's basketball under the guidance of Coach Cherri Rapp and Coach Lynn Hickey, and earned two letters (1986-87) in track and field under Charlie Thomas and Ted Nelson as well. She earned first-team All-SWC honors in 1985 and was the first Texas A&M selection as the SWC Player of the Week during the 1984 season.

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June 26, 2013
Donnie Baggs: Forging Ahead
Texas A&M Football
Junior linebacker Donnie Baggs reflects on the 2012 season and shares his expectations for the Aggie defense in 2013.

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June 24, 2013
Breeja Larson: The Next Step
Texas A&M Swimming & Diving
With an Olympic gold medal and several national titles to her name, you might wonder what Aggie senior-to-be Breeja Larson may have left to accomplish.

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June 21, 2013
Q&A with John Scheschuk
Texas A&M Baseball
John Scheschuk '99 was the leader of one of the greatest baseball teams in Texas A&M history. A two-time All-Big 12 first baseman, he led the Aggies to back-to-back Big 12 titles in 1998 and 1999. As the co-captain of the '99 squad, John helped A&M rally to a regional title and a thrilling super regional victory over Clemson to earn a trip to the College World Series. The current president of the Texas A&M Lettermen's Association, John and his wife, Kali (Class of '00) and family currently reside in Allen.

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June 19, 2013
Malcome Kennedy: No Choice
Texas A&M Football
As Malcome Kennedy enters the 2013 season, he has "no choice but to be" a breakout player on the Texas A&M football team. Kennedy's strong closing stretch in 2012 means that label has been placed firmly on him.

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June 17, 2013
Pat Henry: More Than The Ring
Texas A&M Track & Field
To Pat Henry, one the most accomplished NCAA track and field coaches of all time, winning championships is secondary. Helping young people take the experience of athletics and go into the real world, that is why he coaches.

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June 14, 2013
Q&A with Jessica Beard
Texas A&M Track & Field
Presented by the Texas A&M Lettermen's Association, 12th Man TV brings you a sit down Q&A with Texas A&M track & field national champion, Jessica Beard.

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June 12, 2013
Julien Obioha: Take Notice
Texas A&M Football
Obioha made 12 starts in his first year of college football (and first in the SEC). He batted down six passes, and pressured the passer four times. Now it's time for more. In 2013, it's time to be fully aware of what Julien Obioha means to the Texas A&M defense.

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June 10, 2013
Just Another Match
Texas A&M Women's Tennis
Sweaty palms. Anxiety. Elevated heartbeat. Nervous energy. Any--or all--would be perfectly understandable.

They were about to play for a national championship, after all.

But that was not the case for the Texas A&M women's tennis team which, in late May, was literally in uncharted waters -- taking the court for the finals of the NCAA Tournament and only 17-time national champion Stanford standing between the Aggies and the title.

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June 7, 2013
Q&A with Acie Law
Texas A&M Men's Basketball
It happens all too often. A team trying to pull an upset that would send shockwaves through its sport just can't quite finish. All they can muster is a "scare" of the heavy favorite. That looked to be the case in Tuscaloosa last November. The Aggies had played brilliantly against the top-ranked--and undefeated--Alabama Crimson Tide through three-plus quarters, but it seemed to be slipping away.

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June 5, 2013
DeShazor Everett: A Firm Grip
Texas A&M Football
It happens all too often. A team trying to pull an upset that would send shockwaves through its sport just can't quite finish. All they can muster is a "scare" of the heavy favorite. That looked to be the case in Tuscaloosa last November. The Aggies had played brilliantly against the top-ranked--and undefeated--Alabama Crimson Tide through three-plus quarters, but it seemed to be slipping away.

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