Locked on Aggies: Taking on the Texas Bowl
COLLEGE STATION - Expectations were that Texas A&M would contend for a New Year's Six Bowl in 2019 under second-year head coach Jimbo Fisher. Instead, the team entered the record books as the first school to face three No.1 programs in a single season.
With a 7-5 record, A&M fell short of the Top 25 rankings and will remain close to home this bowl season. In a familiar residence just 90 miles southeast of College Station, the Aggies will take on Oklahoma State in the 2019 Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl.
Perhaps not the bowl game A&M fans were hoping for, the team still will have plenty to show against another Top 25 opponent. The Aggies are hoping to field a majority of their staff and players want to end the season off on the positive note. With the NCAA leading-rusher standing in their way, the 27th could be must-see TV in NRG.
Locked on Aggies, in partnership with Aggie Maven, is here to bring you an audio element to our Texas A&M coverage. On Monday's show, we break down our initial thoughts and what to expect from Mike Gundy's squad.