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"The Pulse: Texas A&M Football" is an all-access pass to Jimbo Fisher and the Aggies team, all from the comfort of your living room. The 12th Man Productions team takes you behind the scenes of Aggie football -- from the hard work put in on the practice fields and in-game emotions to locker room speeches and off-the-field fun. "The Pulse" walks you through the week-by-week lives of the Aggie football players. The 30-minute show premieres every game week throughout the season. Fisher and his staff embrace the grind as they prepare for another season in the SEC.

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Texas A&M hosts the Lamar Cardinals at Kyle Field; linebacker Buddy Johnson accepts a bigger leadership role; kicker Seth Small works to remain consistent.
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Texas A&M prepares its core group of young players for the first road trip of the season, at No. 1 Clemson.
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Classes start on A&M campus; a Thursday night matchup with Texas State kicks off the season.
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Texas A&M Football embraces the grind of fall camp. Jimbo Fisher prepares team for the 125th year of Aggie football.
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