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Texas A&M Aggies School History

Seasons: 118 (1903 to 2020)

Record (W-L-T): 736-474-44

Conf. Championships: 18

Bowl Record: 42 Bowls, 20-22, .476 W-L% (Major Bowls)

Ranked in AP Poll: 31 Times (Preseason), 27 Times (Final), 468 Weeks (Total)

Stadium: Kyle Field (cap. 102,733)

Location: College Station, Texas

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118 Years Table

Rk Year Conf W L T Pct SRS SOS AP Pre AP High AP Post Coach(es) Bowl Notes
1 2020 SEC 9 1 0 .900 16.17 6.37 13 5 Jimbo Fisher (9-1) Orange Bowl-W
2 2019 SEC 8 5 0 .615 10.02 5.09 12 12 Jimbo Fisher (8-5) Texas Bowl-W
3 2018 SEC 9 4 0 .692 13.61 7.15 16 16 Jimbo Fisher (9-4) Gator Bowl-W
4 2017 SEC 7 6 0 .538 3.36 3.05 Jeff Banks (0-1), Kevin Sumlin (7-5) Belk Bowl-L
5 2016 SEC 8 5 0 .615 8.77 3.77 6 Kevin Sumlin (8-5) Texas Bowl-L
6 2015 SEC 8 5 0 .615 9.40 4.47 9 Kevin Sumlin (8-5) Music City Bowl-L
7 2014 SEC 8 5 0 .615 9.96 5.72 21 6 Kevin Sumlin (8-5) Liberty Bowl-W
8 2013 SEC 9 4 0 .692 13.38 5.07 7 6 18 Kevin Sumlin (9-4) Chick-fil-A Bowl-W
9 2012 SEC 11 2 0 .846 20.05 5.13 5 5 Kevin Sumlin (11-2) Cotton Bowl-W
10 2011 Big 12 7 6 0 .538 13.36 7.29 8 7 Mike Sherman (6-6), Tim DeRuyter (1-0) Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas-W
11 2010 Big 12 9 4 0 .692 11.39 4.85 17 19 Mike Sherman (9-4) Cotton Bowl-L
12 2009 Big 12 6 7 0 .462 3.37 2.91 Mike Sherman (6-7) Independence Bowl-L
13 2008 Big 12 4 8 0 .333 -5.38 4.12 Mike Sherman (4-8)
14 2007 Big 12 7 6 0 .538 5.56 3.87 25 20 Dennis Franchione (7-6) Alamo Bowl-L
15 2006 Big 12 9 4 0 .692 6.53 0.99 21 Dennis Franchione (9-4) Holiday Bowl-L
16 2005 Big 12 5 6 0 .455 2.16 3.89 17 17 Dennis Franchione (5-6)
17 2004 Big 12 7 5 0 .583 12.07 8.74 16 Dennis Franchione (7-5) Cotton Bowl-L
18 2003 Big 12 4 8 0 .333 -3.46 5.88 Dennis Franchione (4-8)
19 2002 Big 12 6 6 0 .500 6.40 2.40 23 19 R.C. Slocum (6-6)
20 2001 Big 12 8 4 0 .667 5.96 2.63 24 R.C. Slocum (8-4) Gallery Furniture Bowl-W
Rk Year Conf W L T Pct SRS SOS AP Pre AP High AP Post Coach(es) Bowl Notes
21 2000 Big 12 7 5 0 .583 11.44 5.03 21 R.C. Slocum (7-5) Independence Bowl-L
22 1999 Big 12 8 4 0 .667 9.05 3.05 7 5 23 R.C. Slocum (8-4) Alamo Bowl-L
23 1998 Big 12 11 3 0 .786 16.65 7.86 14 6 11 R.C. Slocum (11-3) Sugar Bowl-L
24 1997 Big 12 9 4 0 .692 7.22 -1.40 14 20 R.C. Slocum (9-4) Cotton Bowl-L
25 1996 Big 12 6 6 0 .500 5.65 2.15 13 13 R.C. Slocum (6-6)
26 1995 SWC 9 3 0 .750 11.28 1.03 3 3 15 R.C. Slocum (9-3) Alamo Bowl-W
27 1994 SWC 10 0 1 .955 14.88 -0.40 15 6 8 R.C. Slocum (10-0-1)
28 1993 SWC 10 2 0 .833 18.10 2.52 4 4 9 R.C. Slocum (10-2) Cotton Bowl-L
29 1992 SWC 12 1 0 .923 12.47 0.78 7 4 7 R.C. Slocum (12-1) Cotton Bowl-L
30 1991 SWC 10 2 0 .833 15.83 0.91 21 9 12 R.C. Slocum (10-2) Cotton Bowl-L
31 1990 SWC 9 3 1 .731 11.80 0.49 13 11 15 R.C. Slocum (9-3-1) Holiday Bowl-W
32 1989 SWC 8 4 0 .667 13.64 5.97 14 20 R.C. Slocum (8-4) Sun Bowl-L
33 1988 SWC 7 5 0 .583 6.19 3.61 10 10 Jackie Sherrill (7-5)
34 1987 SWC 10 2 0 .833 14.25 2.59 15 10 10 Jackie Sherrill (10-2) Cotton Bowl-W
35 1986 SWC 9 3 0 .750 8.84 0.59 7 7 13 Jackie Sherrill (9-3) Cotton Bowl-L
36 1985 SWC 10 2 0 .833 15.46 3.29 6 6 Jackie Sherrill (10-2) Cotton Bowl-W
37 1984 SWC 6 5 0 .545 2.46 -0.54 Jackie Sherrill (6-5)
38 1983 SWC 5 5 1 .500 0.83 -1.44 Jackie Sherrill (5-5-1)
39 1982 SWC 5 6 0 .455 -2.32 -0.14 Jackie Sherrill (5-6)
40 1981 SWC 7 5 0 .583 10.03 4.95 Tom Wilson (7-5) Independence Bowl-W
Rk Year Conf W L T Pct SRS SOS AP Pre AP High AP Post Coach(es) Bowl Notes
41 1980 SWC 4 7 0 .364 4.17 10.35 Tom Wilson (4-7)
42 1979 SWC 6 5 0 .545 15.65 10.38 14 14 Tom Wilson (6-5)
43 1978 SWC 8 4 0 .667 12.20 6.53 16 6 19 Emory Bellard (4-2), Tom Wilson (4-2) Hall of Fame Classic-W
44 1977 SWC 8 4 0 .667 13.16 8.24 9 5 Emory Bellard (8-4) Bluebonnet Bowl-L
45 1976 SWC 10 2 0 .833 21.57 5.98 14 7 7 Emory Bellard (10-2) Sun Bowl-W
46 1975 SWC 10 2 0 .833 16.99 7.41 9 2 11 Emory Bellard (10-2) Liberty Bowl-L
47 1974 SWC 8 3 0 .727 14.58 6.67 20 5 16 Emory Bellard (8-3)
48 1973 SWC 5 6 0 .455 7.24 5.05 Emory Bellard (5-6)
49 1972 SWC 3 8 0 .273 3.89 10.25 Emory Bellard (3-8)
50 1971 SWC 5 6 0 .455 -1.01 3.90 Gene Stallings (5-6)
51 1970 SWC 2 9 0 .182 2.01 11.01 Gene Stallings (2-9)
52 1969 SWC 3 7 0 .300 1.73 8.43 Gene Stallings (3-7)
53 1968 SWC 3 7 0 .300 6.29 7.79 12 12 Gene Stallings (3-7)
54 1967 SWC 7 4 0 .636 11.87 6.96 Gene Stallings (7-4) Cotton Bowl-W
55 1966 SWC 4 5 1 .450 7.72 8.92 Gene Stallings (4-5-1)
56 1965 SWC 3 7 0 .300 3.44 10.34 Gene Stallings (3-7)
57 1964 SWC 1 9 0 .100 0.32 8.92 Hank Foldberg (1-9)
58 1963 SWC 2 7 1 .250 4.44 11.44 Hank Foldberg (2-7-1)
59 1962 SWC 3 7 0 .300 0.02 7.82 Hank Foldberg (3-7)
60 1961 SWC 4 5 1 .450 9.72 7.42 Jim Myers (4-5-1)
Rk Year Conf W L T Pct SRS SOS AP Pre AP High AP Post Coach(es) Bowl Notes
61 1960 SWC 1 6 3 .250 2.86 7.56 Jim Myers (1-6-3)
62 1959 SWC 3 7 0 .300 2.80 6.40 Jim Myers (3-7)
63 1958 SWC 4 6 0 .400 -0.62 6.88 20 20 Jim Myers (4-6)
64 1957 SWC 8 3 0 .727 15.03 6.39 2 1 9 Bear Bryant (8-3) Gator Bowl-L
65 1956 SWC 9 0 1 .950 20.18 6.28 9 4 5 Bear Bryant (9-0-1)
66 1955 SWC 7 2 1 .750 16.74 9.94 8 17 Bear Bryant (7-2-1)
67 1954 SWC 1 9 0 .100 0.13 8.63 Bear Bryant (1-9)
68 1953 SWC 4 5 1 .450 4.99 9.69 15 Ray George (4-5-1)
69 1952 SWC 3 6 1 .350 4.79 8.99 Ray George (3-6-1)
70 1951 SWC 5 3 2 .600 12.15 9.75 6 4 Ray George (5-3-2)
71 1950 SWC 7 4 0 .636 15.32 6.23 12 Harry Stiteler (7-4) Presidential Cup-W
72 1949 SWC 1 8 1 .150 -0.82 14.18 Harry Stiteler (1-8-1)
73 1948 SWC 0 9 1 .050 -1.83 11.07 Harry Stiteler (0-9-1)
74 1947 SWC 3 6 1 .350 6.75 9.65 Homer Norton (3-6-1)
75 1946 SWC 4 6 0 .400 4.81 5.81 Homer Norton (4-6)
76 1945 SWC 6 4 0 .600 4.02 0.42 17 Homer Norton (6-4)
77 1944 SWC 7 4 0 .636 8.32 -0.86 Homer Norton (7-4)
78 1943 SWC 7 2 1 .750 0.80 -9.10 12 Homer Norton (7-2-1) Orange Bowl-L
79 1942 SWC 4 5 1 .450 5.97 2.97 Homer Norton (4-5-1)
80 1941 SWC 9 2 0 .818 15.02 4.39 2 9 Homer Norton (9-2) Cotton Bowl-L
Rk Year Conf W L T Pct SRS SOS AP Pre AP High AP Post Coach(es) Bowl Notes
81 1940 SWC 9 1 0 .900 18.76 5.86 2 6 Homer Norton (9-1) Cotton Bowl-W
82 1939 SWC 11 0 0 1.000 20.96 4.60 1 1 Homer Norton (11-0) Sugar Bowl-W
83 1938 SWC 4 4 1 .500 7.13 3.79 19 Homer Norton (4-4-1)
84 1937 SWC 5 2 2 .667 12.06 7.61 13 Homer Norton (5-2-2)
85 1936 SWC 8 3 1 .708 9.21 2.80 14 Homer Norton (8-3-1)
86 1935 SWC 3 7 0 .300 4.57 5.77 Homer Norton (3-7)
87 1934 SWC 2 7 2 .273 -2.63 5.37 Homer Norton (2-7-2)
88 1933 SWC 6 3 1 .650 5.67 0.37 Madison Bell (6-3-1)
89 1932 SWC 4 4 2 .500 3.56 4.06 Madison Bell (4-4-2)
90 1931 SWC 7 3 0 .700 12.80 3.60 Madison Bell (7-3)
91 1930 SWC 2 7 0 .222 -0.40 5.16 Madison Bell (2-7)
92 1929 SWC 5 4 0 .556 9.53 1.53 Madison Bell (5-4)
93 1928 SWC 5 4 1 .550 3.68 -2.42 Dana Bible (5-4-1)
94 1927 SWC 8 0 1 .944 15.87 -3.35 Dana Bible (8-0-1)
95 1926 SWC 5 3 1 .611 7.16 -0.84 Dana Bible (5-3-1)
96 1925 SWC 7 1 1 .833 8.83 -2.84 Dana Bible (7-1-1)
97 1924 SWC 7 2 1 .750 9.11 -2.79 Dana Bible (7-2-1)
98 1923 SWC 5 3 1 .611 6.54 -1.47 Dana Bible (5-3-1)
99 1922 SWC 5 4 0 .556 2.26 -4.40 Dana Bible (5-4)
100 1921 SWC 6 1 2 .778 6.70 0.59 Dana Bible (6-1-2) Dixie Classic-W
Rk Year Conf W L T Pct SRS SOS AP Pre AP High AP Post Coach(es) Bowl Notes
101 1920 SWC 6 1 1 .813 10.45 -2.43 Dana Bible (6-1-1)
102 1919 SWC 10 0 0 1.000 10.50 -6.70 Dana Bible (10-0)
103 1918 SWC 6 1 0 .857 7.63 -2.37 Tubby Graves (6-1)
104 1917 SWC 8 0 0 1.000 18.92 1.42 Dana Bible (8-0)
105 1916 SWC 6 3 0 .667 2.97 -1.03 E.H. Harlan (6-3)
106 1915 SWC 6 2 0 .750 9.36 -2.15 E.H. Harlan (6-2)
107 1914 Ind 6 1 1 .813 9.34 -5.29 Charley Moran (6-1-1)
108 1913 Ind 3 4 2 .444 -9.32 -6.77 Charley Moran (3-4-2)
109 1912 Ind 8 1 0 .889 17.41 -2.93 Charley Moran (8-1)
110 1911 Ind 6 1 0 .857 17.10 1.81 Charley Moran (6-1)
111 1910 Ind 8 1 0 .889 11.80 -3.20 Charley Moran (8-1)
112 1909 Ind 7 0 1 .938 15.14 2.64 Charley Moran (7-0-1)
113 1908 Ind 3 5 0 .375 -7.90 -1.90 N.A. Marriam (3-5)
114 1907 Ind 6 1 1 .813 10.18 -0.57 L.L. Larson (6-1-1)
115 1906 Ind 6 1 0 .857 7.14 -6.86 Walter Bachman (6-1)
116 1905 Ind 7 2 0 .778 -5.50 -14.06 Walter Bachman (7-2)
117 1904 Ind 4 2 0 .667 -0.56 -5.39 J.E. Platt (4-2)
118 1903 Ind 7 3 1 .682 -9.32 -12.32 J.E. Platt (7-3-1)

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Media reacts to Texas A&M’s win at Tennessee

In their quest for get into the College Football Playoff, the Texas A&M Aggies took care of business today at Tennessee with a 34-13 victory where they ran the Vols into the ground all day long.

The Aggies accumulated over 200 yards on the ground and quarterback Kellen Mond played a clean game outside of one interception as A&M finishes 8-1 in year three under Jimbo Fisher. For Tennessee, it’s a disappointing 3-7 finish in year three under Jeremy Pruitt.

For A&M, the attention turns to what happens in the Big Ten and the ACC, but could this win put them in regardless? The Aggies sure looked good today, and the media had a lot to say about it:

In addition to Mond, Spiller played a big role in this one, helping in the running game throughout the game and chew some clock late. He’s been one of the SEC’s best backs this season.

Somebody on this website compared A&M to Notre Dame and I think they were on to something.
Similar MO when at their best.

The game was won in the trenches, and the comparison here might hold some truth. Controlling the clock, a running game and solid quarterback play is a good recipe for success. Could we possibly see this matchup in a couple of weeks?

First big mistake from Kellen Mond today. Not sure if it was a poor read/throw or if perhaps it was supposed to be a back shoulder throw to Hez Jones, who was continuing upfield. Either way, bad result for #TAMU

A redzone interception was the only mistake from Mond today, but it didn’t prove to be costly in the end. Overall, Mond had a superb day as the Aggies made a very solid case to the committee that they belong.

Kellen Mond on third down this year has been a revelation.

Mond and the Aggies were especially good on third down once again today, and it played a big role in getting them a win at Neyland Stadium. The senior quarterback also showed out with his legs.

An exhausted defense trying to tackle Ainias Smith looks exactly like you’d expect.

This is what A&M does. It wears teams down, and the Aggies have a solid 1-2 punch with Spiller and Smith. The two of them gashed the defense of the Vols all day long, as the Aggies went over 200 yards rushing.

Isaiah Spiller hadn’t caught more than 2 balls out of the backfield all season.

He’s already been targeted 6 times and caught 5 today.

The swing passes from Mond to Spiller were something that was working all day on Knoxville, and it was a smart move to get him more involved in the passing game. Credit to the staff of the Aggies.

Aggies did exactly what they needed to do in this game, but now they sit and wait. Burden of proof always higher for teams w/o conference titles. Let’s see how Buckeyes/Big 12 fare.

It was a sound 21-point victory today over Tennessee for the Aggies, but they will likely need some help to get into the playoff, unless the committee is underwhelmed with Ohio State’s performance today or another window opens in the ACC.

• 8-1 against an all-SEC schedule
• 7 straight wins
• 6 straight wins by double-digit figures

. is that good? I feel like that’s good.

A lot of the arguments against A&M have been about the “eye test” and how it doesn’t blow teams out, but these numbers are convincing.

Ohio State had a criminally weak schedule, didn’t pass the eye test and played just six games. Texas A&M beat No. 7 Florida before winning six straight SEC games by double-digits. Only loss is at No. 1 Alabama with Jaylen Waddle.

I don’t get how this isn’t even a conversation.

A lot of valid points are made here about A&M and Ohio State, and it will be interesting to see if the Aggies can get in no matter what happens in the rest of the conference championship games after the Buckeyes won theirs,

I think it’s a no brainer that Texas A&M is a better team with a better season than Ohio State.

But you know as well as I do that the #CFBPlayoff Committee will feed you a steaming hot plate of ?? ?? tomorrow when it lets the Buckeyes in.

Updated chance to reach the playoff after the noon window games, per the Allstate Playoff Predictor:

Alabama 97%
Ohio State 94%
Clemson 63%
Notre Dame 60%
Texas A&M 47%
Cincinnati 22%
Florida 5%
Oklahoma 4% https://t.co/XyFoCml9Uf

A&M was at seven percent entering today’s game, so that’s certainly an improvement. What the committee decides remains to be seen, but the Aggies have to feel good about the final case they made today.