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About Aggie Websider

The Websider.com is the service for serious Aggie sports fans and has set the precedent for Texas A&M sports
and recruiting coverage on the Internet.
Following are just a few reasons to
subscribe to the Aggie Websider:
Daily Recruiting Updates: Football and Basketball recruiting coverage second
to none!
Football, Basketball and Baseball Coverage: Stay updated on Texas
A&M football, basketball, and baseball indepth coverage by our panel of
sportswriters and experts.
'The Zone' Premium Message Forum: An exclusive members only message board
where Aggie Websider experts post their extremely popular 'continuous
tidbits' of the latest Aggie sports information and scoop, and where Texas
A&M (only) fans can talk with other Texas A&M fans or ask the Aggie
Websider experts questions.
Stats: Comprehensive real time football and basketball statistics, scores,
rankings, standings and leaders.
The Aggie Websider is published by a group of Aggies we call
Team Websider that are devoted to following and reporting on Texas A&M athletics.
History
The Aggie Websider was launched in the fall of 1994 by Tony Hooten
'81 and was the first website devoted exclusively to Texas A&M athletics.
David Sandhop and Alan Zepeda joined the Aggie Websider in the
summer of 1996 and Jeff Tarpley joined the Aggie Websider in 2000.
Campus correspondents True Brown and Troy Miller joined the Aggie Websider
in the fall of 2002. In addition, Team Websider includes an extended band of
volunteers and regular contributors which help make the Aggie Websider
the best Aggie community on the web.
In the Spring of 1999, the Aggie Websider became the Texas A&M
affiliate of Rivals.com, the No. 1 College, Recruiting and High School network
of sports sites on the Internet.
The focus of the Aggie Websider in its early years was football
and football recruiting, and the Aggie Websider remains your best
source for recruiting information and football coverage. Recent years have seen
Aggie Websider coverage expand to include extensive coverage
of Aggie basketball and baseball.
A new era in Aggie athletics has just begun with the hiring of new head football
coach Dennis Franchione, new athletic director Bill Byrne, and new university
president Robert Gates. This is a very exciting time for Texas A&M football
and all Aggie athletics.
If you love Aggie athletics and want the very best Aggie sports coverage, you'll
love the Aggie Websider