Texas A&M Aggies news: Football will host touted recruits, basketball on razor’s edge

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Texas A&M Aggies forward Solomon Washington (13) reacts to picking up a foul in the second half
Texas A&M Aggies forward Solomon Washington (13) reacts to picking up a foul in the second half / Denny Simmons / The Tennessean / USA

Texas A&M Aggies news: basketball trending down, football trending up

Here’s your daily roundup of Texas A&M Aggies news.

Reports emerged a few days ago that the Aggies are set to receive visits this spring from some of the top receiver recruits in the nation, including one committed to a conference rival. If these reports hold up, new Aggie WR coach Holmon Wiggins will have a chance to really make some noise early in the 2025 cycle. It looks like the Aggies may be in a great spot for a top defensive line target, as well.

Johnny Manziel is back in the news after an appearance on Shannon Sharpe’s “Club Shay Shay” podcast. He revealed a lot about his time in College Station and Cleveland, and sounded off on Kevin Sumlin, Kliff Kingsbury, and more, including what he believes to be the biggest thing still holding the Aggies back.

Basketball is headed squarely in the wrong direction after three straight losses, including two to bad teams. Is there any way to get back in the tournament, or are their chances cooked?

More Texas A&M Aggies news

Baseball got a dominant win over Incarnate Word in a midweek game on Tuesday. Sophomore Jace LaViolette is hitting like one of the best players in the nation—let’s hope this pace can keep up into conference play and beyond.

Speaking of the diamond, Jim Schlossnagle and company have announced their starting lineup for this weekend’s series against Wagner. Can the Aggies keep their winning streak alive?

College football news

The expanded College Football Playoff rules have been approved by the Board of Managers. Who gets in? We break that down right here.

Alabama has been having a difficult time hiring coaches, to say the least. This latest round of hires hasn’t exactly inspired confidence in their direction going forward, either.