Texas A&M Aggies news: Wins for baseball and basketball, bad news for Ainias Smith

Your daily roundup of Texas A&M Aggies news for March 3rd.
Mar 2, 2024; Arlington, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies compete against University of Southern
Mar 2, 2024; Arlington, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies compete against University of Southern / Dustin Safranek-USA TODAY Sports

Texas A&M Aggies news: Baseball and basketball notch wins; more college football rule changes?

Here's your daily roundup for Texas A&M Aggies news for March 3rd, 2024.

Texas A&M baseball is on a real heater to begin the season. The Aggies have won ten straight here at the start of the year, and they will look to make it 11 against ASU, who they defeated Friday, in today's game. Tuesday marks a big one, however, as the Aggies will travel to Austin to face the rival Longhorns. Here's why this will be a game between two programs headed in different directions.

The basketball bunch finally got a win with yesterday's game against Georgia. This snapped a five-game losing streak that felt like it might never end. It may be too late for Aggie hoops to make a serious run at the NCAA tournament, but the Ags are hoping that this can spark a stretch run to keep them in consideration.

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According to Ian Rapaport, Ainias Smith has found out, while at the NFL combine, that he has a stress fracture in his left leg. Because of this, he will not be working out up in Indianapolis. Hopefully, he can get everything sorted in time for a pro day in College Station.

On the subject of Ainias Smith, he recently got some good publicity for his stellar special teams ability from the one and only Steve Smith Sr. Check this out:

College football news

It's looking like the 2024 season will see even more changes than we previously thought. A 12-team playoff, massive conference realignment, and now some significant rule changes are being proposed. Catch up on the biggest and most relevant of those here, as well as how they will affect the game.

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