Texas A&M football

The Texas A&M Aggies football program represents Texas A&M University in the game of American football. The Aggies compete in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). Texas A&M football claims three national titles and eighteen meeting titles. The group plays every single home diversion at the recently redeveloped Kyle Field, a 102,733-man limit open air stadium on the college campus. Jimbo Fisher is right now the group’s head mentor.

Texas A&M football
Texas A&M football

Early history (1894– 1933)

Texas A&M first handled a football group in 1894, under the course of head mentor F. D. Perkins. The group assembled a 1– 1 record. W. A. Murray served as A&M’s head mentor from 1899-1901, ordering a record of 7– 8– 1.From 1902-1904, J. E. Platt served as A&M’s head mentor, his groups aggregating a record of 18– 5– 3. From 1909-1914, A&M gathered a 38– 8– 4 record under head coach Charley Moran. Moran’s 1909 group completed undefeated, and everything except one of Moran’s different seasons the Aggies just lost one amusement each year.Under head coach Edwin Harlan, the Aggies arranged a record of 12– 5 out of two seasons and joined the Southwest Conference.

Gathering affiliations

Independent (1894– 1902)

Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (1903– 1908)

Free (1909– 1911)

Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (1912– 1914)

Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association (1913– 1917)

Southwest Conference (1915– 1996)

Huge 12 Conference (1996– 2011)

Southeastern Conference (2012– exhibit)

Titles

National titles

Texas A&M claims three national titles; notwithstanding, there is nobody representing or official body that directs, perceives, or grants national titles in school football and numerous free selectors of titles exist.

The 1919 group completed 10– 0– 0 and was not scored after, procuring a retroactive national title by ten selectors, including the Billingsley Report and National Championship Foundation. Different frameworks retroactively grant the 1919 National Championship to either Notre Dame or Harvard. The 1927 group completed 8– 0– 1, with a tie against TCU in Fort Worth, Texas, gaining a retroactive national title granted by the Sagarin Rating and the Sagarin ELO-Chess. In 1939, the undefeated Aggies were voted No. 1 by the AP Poll shortly after its beginning alongside No. 1 of every 8 of the 12 other real surveys, after the 1939 season. This title is the Aggies’ solitary accord national title.

Season Coach Selectors Record Bowl Opponent Result

1919 Dana X. Bible Billingsley, National Championship Foundation 10– 0 – –

1927 Dana X. Bible Sagarin, Sagarin ELO-Chess 8– 0– 1 – –

1939 Homer H. Norton AP, College Football Researchers Association, Helms Athletic Foundation 11– 0 Sugar Bowl Tulane W 14-13

Top 25 wraps up

The Aggies have completed in the last season rankings of the AP Poll and Coaches Poll 26 times. The AP Poll first showed up in 1934, and has been distributed constantly since 1936. The Coaches Poll began its positioning with 20 groups in 1950– 51 season, however extended to 25 groups starting in the 1990– 91 season.

Texas A&M football
Texas A&M football
Season AP rank Coaches rank

1939 1 N/A

1940 6 N/A

1941 9 N/A

1955 17 14

1956 5 5

1957 9 10

1974 16 15

1975 11 12

1976 7 8

1978 19 18

1985 6 7

1986 13 12

1987 10 9

1989 20 –

1990 15 13

1991 12 13

1992 7 6

1993 9 8

1994 8 –

1995 15 15

1997 20 21

1998 11 13

1999 23 20

2010 19 21

2012 5 5

2013 18 18

Lobby of Fame

Coach Years Induction

Madison A. “Matty” Bell 1929– 1933 1955

Dana X. Bible 1917, 1919– 1928 1951

Paul “Bear” Bryant 1954– 1957 1986

Homer H. Norton 1934– 1947 1971

Quality Stallings 1965– 1971 2010

RC Slocum 1982– 2002 2012

School Football Hall of Fame mentors

School Football Hall of Fame players

Player Position Years Induction

Beam Childress DT 1981– 1984 2010

John David Crow HB 1955– 1957 1976

Dave Elmendorf S 1968– 1970 1997

Joel Hunt HB 1925– 1927 1967

John Kimbrough FB 1938– 1940 1954

Charlie Krueger T 1955– 1957 1983

Jack Pardee FB 1954– 1956 1986

Joe Routt G 1935– 1937 1962

Quality Stallings DB 1954– 1956 2010

Joe Utay HB 1905– 1907 1974

Master Football Hall of Fame players

Player Position Years Induction

Yale Lary S 1948– 1951 1979

 

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