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Texas A&M Aggies

bruin228

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NCAA Moderator
Texas A&M Aggies

All time record: 752-472-18
Conference titles: 20 (1917, 1919, 1921, 1925, 1927, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1956, 1967, 1975, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1998, 2014, 2015)
National titles: 5 (1919, 1927, 1939, 2014, 2015)
 
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bruin228

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NCAA Moderator
2014-15 Football Season


2014-15 Schedule

(14-0, 10-0)

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{tbody}
{tr}
{td}9/6/14{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#17{/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#21{/td}
{td}W 58-23{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9/13/14{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#16{/td}
{td}W 66-24{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9/21/14{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#13{/td}
{td}W 45-35{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/4/14{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Lane Stadium (Blacksburg, VA){/td}
{td}#7{/td}
{td}W 69-10{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/9/14{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#9{/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#6{/td}
{td}W 31-16{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/18/14{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#3{/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#5{/td}
{td}W 56-37{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/25/14{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#17{/td}
{td}Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium (Norman, OK){/td}
{td}#3{/td}
{td}W 62-21{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/1/14{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#8{/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#3{/td}
{td}W 63-56{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/8/14{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Jones AT&T Stadium (Lubbock, TX){/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}W 52-10{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/15/14{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}W 54-24{/td}
{/tr}
{/tbody}
[/xtable]
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{tbody}
{tr}
{td}11/22/14{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Floyd Casey Stadium (Waco, TX){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}W 59-31{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/29/14{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#19{/td}
{td}Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, LA){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}W 41-7{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}12/13/14{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}AT&T Stadium (Dallas, TX){/td}
{td}#2 {/td}
{td}W 56-23{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}1/6/15{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, AZ){/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}W 56-6{/td}
{/tr}
{/tbody}
[/xtable]
 
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bruin228

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NCAA Moderator
It was a dream first season under Coach Slothrop for the Texas A&M, as the Aggies went 14-0, winning their first conference title since 1998 and their first national title since 1939. Texas A&M played like a juggernaut all season, winning every game by double digits. The Aggies were powered by their high octane offense, which finished in the top five in scoring offense, total offense, passing offense, and red zone offense, passing touchdowns, and rushing touchdowns and the top 15 in rushing offense. Quarterback Nick Starkel flourished under the up-tempo spread attack brought to College Station by Slothrop, finishing with 5,445 yards passing and 49 touchdowns, both new school marks. Starkel was able to spread the ball around to different receivers, with Quartney Davis, Christian Kirk, and Jhamon Ausbon all finishing with over 1,000 yards receiving, and all setting new school records (yards, receptions, and receiving touchdowns, respectively). The rushing attack for the Aggies was no slouch either, with running back Trayveon Williams rushing for 1,508 yards and 18 touchdowns and running back Kendall Bussey finishing with 843 yards and a school record 22 touchdowns on the ground. Defensively, the Aggies were not dominant overall, but fielded one of the best rushing and red zone defenses in the country and also finished in the top 20 in takeaways. Texas A&M will look to defend their title next season thanks to 15 returning starters and an incoming top 25 recruiting class.​
 
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bruin228

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NCAA Moderator


2014-15 SEASON RESULTS

Record

14-0(10-0)
(Big 12 and National Champions)

BCS National Championship
#1 Texas A&M Aggies 56
#2 Auburn Tigers 6

Final Ranking
#1 Coaches
#1 Media




2014-15 AWARD WINNERS

Nick Starkel
Davey O'Brien Award

Daniel LaCamera
Lou Groza Award



2014-15 ALL-AMERICANS

1st Team

QB - Nick Starkel
OG - Connor Lanfear
DE - Michael Clemons
DT - Justin Madubuike
OLB - Anthony Hines III
OLB - Justin Dunning
K - Daniel LaCamera

2nd Team

WR - Christian Kirk
OT - Keaton Sutherland
DT - Daylon Mack

Freshman

OG - Grayson Reed
DT - Jayden Peevy




2014-15 ALL-BIG 12

1st Team

QB - Nick Starkel
WR - Christian Kirk
OG - Connor Lanfear
OT - Keaton Sutherland
DE - Michael Clemons
DT - Justin Madubuike
OLB - Anthony Hines III
OLB - Justin Dunning
K - Daniel LaCamera

2nd Team

WR - Jhamon Ausbon
WR - Clyde Chriss
TE - Aaron Hansford
C - Colton Prater
DT - Daylon Mack
CB - Nick Harvey



2014-15 TEAM STATISTICS

Team Stats

OFFENSE

Total Offense
606.1
(#1)
Passing Offense
395.4
(#2)
Rushing Offense
210.7
(#12)
Scoring Offense
54.8
(#1)
Passing Touchdowns
49
(#1)
Rushing Touchdowns
53
(#2)
First Downs
398
(#1)
3rd Down Conversion Rate
71%
(101/141)
(#1)
4th Down Conversion Rate
78%
(11/14)
(#7)
Red Zone Offense
94%
(97/103; 84 TD, 13 FG)
(#2)

DEFENSE

Total Defense
367.3
(#70)
Passing Defense
263.5
(#126)
Rushing Defense
103.8
(#3)
Scoring Defense
23.1
(#44)
Sacks
41
(#3)
Red Zone Defense
66%
(39/59; 29 TD, 10 FG)
(#4)

TURNOVERS

Turnover Differential
+5
(#22)
Giveaways
18
(16 INTs, 2 Fumbles)
(#74)
Takeaways
23
(15 INTs, 8 Fumbles)
(#17)

TEMPO

Total Plays Per Game
74.6
Passing Plays Per Game
39.6
(53% of plays/65% of yards)
Rushing Plays Per Game
35.0
(47% of plays/35% of yards)



2014-15 Individual Stats

PASSING
Nick Starkel - 432/546 (79%) for 5445 yards*; 49 TD*, 16 INT; 186.6 QBR
RUSHING
Trayveon Williams - 234 for 1508 (6.4 YPC), 18 TD; Long of 54
Kendall Bussey - 123 for 843 (6.8 YPC), 22 TD*; Long of 72
Nick Starkel - 112 for 424 (3.7 YPC), 10 TD; Long of 34
RECEIVING
Quartney Davis - 79 for 1293* (16.3 YPC), 6 TD; Long of 78
Christian Kirk - 96* for 1251 (13.0 YPC), 10 TD; Long of 62
Jhamon Ausbon - 74 for 1034 (13.9 YPC), 11 TD*; Long of 75
Aaron Hansford - 47 for 649 (13.8 YPC), 6 TD; Long of 49
Clyde Chriss - 43 for 540 (12.5 YPC), 11 TD*; Long of 49
Trayveon Williams - 58 for 390 (6.7 YPC), 1 TD; Long of 23
Kendall Bussey - 36 for 307 (8.5 YPC), 2 TD; Long of 34
Hezekiah Jones - 4 for 49 (12.2 YPC), 1 TD; Long of 26
DEFENSIVE LEADERS
Anthony Hines III - 81 Tackles
Michael Clemons - 17 TFL
Michael Clemons - 12 Sacks
Nick Harvey - 5 INT
Anthony Hines III - 9 Pass Deflections
Justin Dunning, Otara Alaka, Anthony Hines III, Justin Madubuike, Roney Elam - 1 Forced Fumble
Roney Elam - 2 Fumble Recoveries
KICKING
Daniel LaCamera - 16/17 FG (8/8 from 17-29, 7/7 from 30-39, 0/0 from 40-49, 1/2 from 50+); Long of 54
PUNTING
Daniel LaCamera - 8 for 356 (44.5 AVG), net of 251, (31.3 Net AVG); Long of 56
KICK RETURN
Christian Kirk - 14 for 413 (29.5 AVG), 1 TD; Long of 99
Kemah Siverand - 8 for 160 (20.0 AVG), 0 TD; Long of 24
PUNT RETURN

Kemah Siverand - 27 for 273 (10.3 AVG), 1 TD; Long of 43

* indicates school record


2014-15 GRADUATING SENIORS

Christian Kirk (#3), WR; Scottsdale, AZ
Nick Harvey (#10), CB; Lancaster, TX
Daylon Mack (#5), DT; Longview, TX
Otara Alaka (#42), LB; Houston, TX
Keaton Sutherland (#78), OT; Flower Mound, TX
Connor Lanfear (#70), OG; Austin, TX
Michael Clemons (#97), DE; Garland, TX
Koda Martin (#75), OT; Houston, TX
Deshawn Capers-Smith (#26), CB; New Orleans, LA
Cullen Gillaspia (#45), LB; Katy, TX



2014-15 RECRUITING CLASS

Joe King, TE; Greenville, TX (82 OVR, :star::star::star::star::star:)
William Fuller, CB; Park City, KS (76 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Maurice Myrick, FS; Dallas, TX (76 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
William Colbert, DE; Dumas, TX (76 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Scott Hudson, DE; Childersburg, AL (75 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Victor Monroe, CB; Kerrville, TX (75 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Preston Purcell, C; Huntsville, TX (74 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Calvin Hicks, QB; Sallisaw, OK (74 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Brian Chavis, OG; Salinas, CA (69 OVR, :star::star:)
Matt Johnson, OT; Mountain View, CA (68 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Thurman Peoples, DT; Spring Valley, CA (67 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Andy Greene, CB; Santa Ana, CA (65 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Kenyon Smith, LB; Camarillo, CA (62 OVR, :star::star:)

 
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bruin228

Well-Known Member
NCAA Moderator
2015-16 Football Season



2015-16 Schedule
(14-0, 10-0)

[xtable=skin1|752x500]
{tbody}
{tr}
{td}8/29/15{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#22{/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#9{/td}
{td}W 69-43{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9/5/15{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#21{/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#9{/td}
{td}W 69-32{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9/12/15{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#22{/td}
{td}Memorial Stadium (Lincoln, NE){/td}
{td}#7{/td}
{td}W 45-35{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9/19/15{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium (Fayetteville, AR){/td}
{td}#4{/td}
{td}W 45-38{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/3/15{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}W 70-21{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/10/15{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#9{/td}
{td}Bill Snyder Family Stadium (Manhattan, KS){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}W 40-35{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/17/15{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#3{/td}
{td}W 62-21{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/24/15{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#3{/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}W 41-10{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/7/15{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Jones AT&T Stadium (Lubbock, TX){/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}W 70-0{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/14/15{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}W 62-22{/td}
{/tr}
{/tbody}
[/xtable]
[xtable=skin1|752x502]
{tbody}
{tr}
{td}11/21/15{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Amon G. Carter Stadium (Fort Worth, TX){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}W 64-21{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/28/15{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#19{/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}W 65-24{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}12/12/15{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}W 55-31{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}1/6/16{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, LA){/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}W 70-13{/td}
{/tr}
{/tbody}
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bruin228

Well-Known Member
NCAA Moderator
The Texas A&M Aggies followed up their first remarkable season under Coach Slothrop with a second similar season, repeating the results of 2014 with an undefeated season, a Big 12 championship, and a national championship. Once again, the team was led by the offense, who led the country in scoring offense, total offense, passing offense, and red zone offense. Quarterback Nick Starkel once again threw for over 5,000 yards with the help of a talented receiving corps led by Biletnikoff Award winner Clyde Chriss and Jhamon Ausbon, who set the school record with 1,415 receiving yards. The Aggies were also no slouch on the ground, again finishing with a top 15 rushing offense thanks to the two pronged attack of Trayveon Williams and Kendall Bussey, who combined for 2,446 yards rushing and 40 touchdowns. The defense took a significant step back yardage wise, but came through in the clutch all year, finishing with the top red zone defense in the country and first in takeaways with 30. The unit also finished with the top rush defense in the country, holding opposing offenses under 100 yards a game. The defense was led by perhaps the best linebacking corps in the country, with all three starters finishing as Butkus Award finalists. Texas A&M finishes the year with 28 wins in a row, placing them in the top 15 winning streaks in NCAA history.​
 

bruin228

Well-Known Member
NCAA Moderator


2015-16 SEASON RESULTS

Record

14-0(10-0)
(Big 12 and National Champions)

BCS National Championship
#1 Texas A&M Aggies 70
#2 Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders 13

Final Ranking
#1 Coaches
#1 Media




2015-16 AWARD WINNERS

Nick Starkel
Davey O'Brien Award

Anthony Hines III
Bednarik Award

Clyde Chriss
Biletnikoff Award

Justin Dunning
Butkus Award

Daniel LaCamera
Lou Groza Award



2015-16 ALL-AMERICANS

1st Team

QB - Nick Starkel
WR - Clyde Chriss

DT - Justin Madubuike
OLB - Justin Dunning
K - Daniel LaCamera

2nd Team

RB - Trayveon Williams
OT - Riley Anderson
CB - Devin Morris
FS - Roney Elam
SS - Larry Pryor

Freshman

TE - Joe King
OG - Andy Tucker
C - Jovon Wilson




2015-16 ALL-BIG 12

1st Team

QB - Nick Starkel
WR - Clyde Chriss
OG - Grayson Reed

DT - Justin Madubuike
OLB - Anthony Hines III
OLB - Justin Dunning
CB - Devin Morris
K - Daniel LaCamera

2nd Team

RB - Trayveon Williams
RB - Kendall Bussey
WR - Jhamon Ausbon
TE - Aaron Hansford
OT - Kellen Diesch
C - Colton Prater
OG - Ryan McCollum
OT - Riley Anderson
CB - Kemah Siverand
CB - Charles Oliver
FS - Roney Elam
SS - Larry Pryor



2015-16 TEAM STATISTICS

Team Stats
(+/- Relative to 2014 Stats in Parentheses)

OFFENSE

Total Offense
642.4 (#1)
(+36.3)
Passing Offense
416.8 (#1)
(+21.5)
Rushing Offense
225.6 (#12)
(+14.9)
Scoring Offense
58.5 (#1)
(+3.7)
Passing Touchdowns
49 (#1)
(+0)
Rushing Touchdowns
57 (#1)
(+4)
First Downs
421 (#1)
(+23)
3rd Down Conversion Rate
68% (#1)
(85/125)
(-3%)
4th Down Conversion Rate
85% (#1)
(12/14)
(+7%)
Red Zone Offense
97% (#1)
(95/98; 82 TD, 13 FG)
(+3%)

DEFENSE

Total Defense
402.1 (#95)
(+34.8)
Passing Defense
312.9 (#126)
(+49.4)
Rushing Defense
89.2 (#1)
(-14.5)
Scoring Defense
25.1 (#52)
(+2.0)
Sacks
27 (#59)
(-14)
Red Zone Defense
60% (#1)
(39/65; 33 TD, 6 FG)
(-6%)

TURNOVERS

Turnover Differential
+15 (#3)
(+10)
Giveaways
15 (#60)
(11 INTs, 4 Fumbles)
(-3)
Takeaways
30 (#1)
(22 INTs, 8 Fumbles)
(+7)

TEMPO

Total Plays Per Game
74.5
(-0.1)
Passing Plays Per Game
38.9
(52% of plays/65% of yards)
(-1%/+0%)
Rushing Plays Per Game
36.6
(48% of plays/35% of yards)
(+1%/+0%)



2015-16 Individual Stats

PASSING
Nick Starkel - 413/518 (79%) for 5645 yards*; 47 TD, 11 INT; 197.0 QBR
RUSHING
Trayveon Williams - 216 for 1389 (6.4 YPC), 24 TD*; Long of 77
Kendall Bussey - 152 for 1057 (6.9 YPC), 16 TD; Long of 71
Nick Starkel - 101 for 488 (4.8 YPC), 12 TD; Long of 51
RECEIVING
Jhamon Ausbon - 87 for 1415* (16.2 YPC), 9 TD; Long of 75
Clyde Chriss - 84 for 1406 (16.7 YPC), 15 TD; Long of 75
Quartney Davis - 85 for 1053 (12.3 YPC), 8 TD; Long of 35
Aaron Hansford - 44 for 658 (14.9 YPC), 4 TD; Long of 68

Trayveon Williams - 58 for 510 (8.7 YPC), 3 TD; Long of 36
Hezekiah Jones - 31 for 405 (13.0 YPC), 8 TD; Long of 33
Kendall Bussey - 33 for 280 (8.4 YPC), 0 TD; Long of 28
DEFENSIVE LEADERS
Anthony Hines III - 75 Tackles
Anthony Hines III - 16 TFL
Justin Madubuike - 7 Sacks
Kemah Siverand - 4 INT
Devin Morris - 10 Pass Deflections
Devin Morris - 2 Forced Fumbles
Dwaine Thomas, Justin Dunning, Jayden Peevy, Roney Elam, Charles Oliver - 1 Fumble Recovery
KICKING
Daniel LaCamera - 22/25 FG (9/10 from 17-29, 4/4 from 30-39, 6/6 from 40-49, 3/5 from 50+); Long of 52
PUNTING
Daniel LaCamera - 7 for 314 (44.8 AVG), net of 218, (31.1 Net AVG); Long of 56
KICK RETURN
Kendall Bussey - 17 for 443 (26.0 AVG), 1 TD; Long of 97
Kwame Etwi - 10 for 302 (30.2 AVG), 1 TD; Long of 101
PUNT RETURN

Kwame Etwi - 30 for 304 (10.1 AVG), 0 TD; Long of 43

* indicates school record


2015-16 GRADUATING SENIORS

Trayveon Williams (#5), RB; Houston, TX
Larry Pryor (#11), SS; Sulphur Springs, TX
Roney Elam (#27), FS; Nederland, TX
Devin Morris (#17), CB; Miami, FL
Colton Prater (#76), C; Bossier City, LA
Daniel LaCamera (#36), K/P; Tarpon Springs, FL
Kemah Siverand (#18), CB; Houston, TX
Justin Dunning (#8), LB; Tyler, TX
Charles Oliver (#21), CB; Farmers Branch, TX
Kendall Bussey (#25), RB; New Orleans, LA
Landis Durham (#46), DE; Plano, TX
Tyrell Dodson (#25), LB; Franklin, TN
Kwame Etwi (#22), RB; Conroe, TX
Dwaine Thomas (#16), LB; New Orleans, LA
Tyree Johnson (#95), DE; Washington, DC




2015-16 RECRUITING CLASS
Mark Jackson, ATH; Coppell, TX (80 OVR, :star::star::star::star::star:)
Kevin Hines, ATH; Winchester, NV (77 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Jason Williams, CB; Lenoir, NC (77 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Gerard Coleman, WR; Jollyville, TX (76 OVR, :star::star::star::star::star:)
John Jones, OLB; St. Rose, LA (75 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Joe Williams, DT; Zachary, LA (74 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Chad Smith, WR; Popular Bluff, MO (73 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Andy Roberts, OG; Allendale, SC (72 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Jonathan Williams, CB; St. Martinville, LA (70 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Manny Barnes, QB; Burlington, KY (69 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Luke Williams, OLB; Carencro, LA (69 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Warren Peoples, RB; Calhoun, GA (67 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Grant Frank, RB; Stanleyville, NC (66 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Justin Young, FS; Salida, CO (63 OVR, :star::star:)
Alfred Rodgers, TE; Picture Rocks, AZ (59 OVR, :star::star:)
 
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