The Texas A&M women’s basketball team was named the espnW team of the week after a pair of top 15 victories over Kentucky (77-60) and Arkansas (74-73) last week. It was A&M’s first time to beat top 15 teams in back-to-back games since beating No. 2 Stanford and No. 9 Notre Dame to win the 2011 national championship. A&M beat No. 3 Baylor to reach the Final Four that year.
Texas A&M moved up to eighth in this week’s Associated Press women’s basketball Top 25 poll. The Aggies (10-0) moved up a spot after beating Florida 92-67 on Sunday to open Southeastern Conference play.
Texas A&M’s football game at Tennessee at 11 a.m. Saturday will air nationally on ESPN (Suddenlink, Ch. 35), the Southeastern Conference announced on Sunday. The Aggies (7-1) are ranked fifth by the College Football Playoff committee and the Associated Press and USA Today polls.
Texas A&M remained ranked fifth in the Associated Press poll and sixth in the Amway Coaches’ Poll for the third straight week.
Texas A&M is ranked fifth in the Associated Press college football Top 25 poll and sixth in the coaches’ poll, the same spots they occupied last week.
I wasn’t surprised that Texas A&M remained in the rankings.
Saturday’s tornado in Franklin is estimated to have caused at least $3.8 million in damage and destroyed 55 homes, emergency officials said Sunday.
The Texas A&M women’s basketball team is ranked a season-high 17th by the Associated Press. The Aggies (13-4) after last Sunday’s 61-59 loss at then fourth-ranked South Carolina bounced back to defeat Kentucky on Thursday and Auburn on Sunday. A&M’s previous highest ranking was 18th on Nov. 27 after a 4-1 start. The Aggies will play sixth-ranked Tennessee (15-0) at 6 p.m. Thursday at Reed Arena.
The Texas A&M women’s basketball team is ranked 23rd in this week’s Associated Press Top 25 poll. The Aggies (19-6), coming off a 71-69 victory at Tennessee, are ranked for the third time this season.