Ryan Plugge

"You play hard for the name that's on your back and you play hard for the name that's on your chest: Texas A&M." - LB Coach Alan Weddell

Twitter: @Pluggery19

Hometown: Dallas, TX

Favorite Sports Media Journalist: Billy Liucci

Favorite Athlete: Dirk Nowitzki

Favorite Team: Texas A&M

If you could cover any sporting event in the world, what would it be: The Super Bowl

Best tradition at your college: The 12th Man

The restaurant you most frequent in your college town: Laynes Chicken

Best class you’ve ever taken: Sport History Seminar

The Cinderella Story: FGCU Eagles

Next team on my Cinderella list is none other than Florida Gulf Coast. This is a team that is not far from the last time they were the Cinderella Team of the NCAA Tournament. In 2012-2013 they stunned everyone with their high flying athletic team. Defeating Georgetown and San Diego State as a 15 seed […]


Conspiracy Behind Johnny Football

The Man. The Myth. The Legend. The Conspiracy? Within the past week, Johnny Manziel has come back into the media light in surprisingly a good way. He said he has become sober and is ready to make life changes. He told everyone he hated how he was in 2016 and that in 2017 everyone will […]


The Cinderella Story: Vermont Catamounts

The Cinderella Story during March Madness is one of the best things in all of sports every year. Small schools getting their moment to shine on the big stage while everyone is watching. People often forget the actual story of Cinderella before the ball she attended though. All the hard work and troubling times she […]


Ryan Plugge: Week 10 Tailgating

Happy Gameday everyone! I recently just traveled to Tuscaloosa for the Texas A&M vs. Alabama game. This wrapped up my traveling for the year as I will not be traveling to Starkville for the Mississippi St. game today and I will be living the life of a college football fan from the couch. I did […]


Ryan Plugge: Tailgating In South Bend

It is always special to me to go to other stadiums and enjoy a game day from someone else’s perspective. That is exactly what I did this past weekend. Texas A&M had a bye week so I decided to “take my talents” to South Bend for the Notre Dame vs Stanford game. I’m sorry I […]


Ryan Plugge: Tailgating A Top 10 Match up Against Tennessee

Remember those movies you watched as a kid or the books you read growing up where everything falls into place perfectly? Let’s just say that is exactly what happened last Saturday for the Texas A&M vs Tennessee game. This was a SEC top 10 match up with College GameDay in attendance. That means that the […]


Ryan Plugge: Tailgating at Jerry World

Top 20 SEC match up against old school SWC foes. Night game kickoff so fans will be enthused. What could go wrong? Well for starters it’s being played at Jerry World in Arlington, which college football games should always be held school campuses. Everything is just better when games are held on campuses not neutral […]


Ryan Plugge: Auburn Tailgate Week 3

Road trips have become one of my favorite reasons why I love the fact that Texas A&M moved to the SEC. Going to these awesome venues to enjoy their culture and walk their campuses are both thrilling and educational. This past week my friend, Chris Paradowski, and I made the road trip to Auburn, Alabama. […]


Ryan Plugge: Tailgating week 2

Morning tailgates. It is a different battle. Are you supposed to go out the night before or do you call it an early night in order to be 100 percent in the morning? No one knows the correct answer. All I can tell you is, in the great words of Ron Swanson, “Never half ass […]


Ryan Plugge: Tailgating

Ryan Plugge: Tailgating Week 1 “College Football is back.” This might be one of the better sentences in the world besides the typical “I do” or the doctor saying, “It’s a boy/girl.” And my goodness it was 5 straight days of solid college football! But as any team would tell you, winning the game starts […]


Photography 101: Texas A&M Football

By Ryan Plugge | Texas A&M Here are some of the great images from Texas A&M football. November 26th 1999 Texas A&M vs Texas This game is one of the most remembered and talked about games in Texas A&M history. It came after the tragedy of the annual bonfire that collapsed at 2:42 a.m. on […]


Fashion 101: Texas A&M Football

By Ryan Plugge | Texas A&M The Texas A&M football team had been very traditional with the maroon and white jerseys throughout it’s history. They would occasionally add grey pants into the equation, but it was typically just the school colors. Along with many other things, the jerseys changed in 2012 when we the Aggies joined the […]


History 101: Texas A&M Football

By Ryan Plugge | Texas A&M University In 2012 the Aggies moved from the Big 12 conference to the SEC. It was a move that cut many ties in the state of Texas in order to join into one of the most dominating and decorated conferences.  The Aggies believed they fit right in with the rest […]