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According to The Big Lead, Texas A&M boosters are doing a lot of boosting...
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"The Austin-American Statesman is reporting that Texas A&M University raised $740 million in donations in the past year (ending August 31), a 70 percent increase over their previous record. That was nearly double the $400 million raised by the University of Texas over the same period."
I'm sure it helps having a program on the rise with a Heisman Trophy winner.
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???gonna need some of that to keep Sumlin around???

They could get another Sumlin tomorrow. Hell, there were three coaches locally that were dis'd by their QB this past Thursday. I apologize for not checking on Friday's results.

In other words, the rest of the conscious universe are thinking it's gonna take most of that to keep Manziel around...
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This years bake sale was very successful jane, it certainly was mary!
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fuel to the fire
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yes, everyone is jumping on the donation bandwagon, because that's something that happens...
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yes, everyone is jumping on the donation bandwagon, because that's something that happens...
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Look, it's been a tough year financially. Some of us are down to our 6th Maserati pick up truck.

We'll do better next year.

Gotta get that oil price up.
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Their endowment is close to 8B. Not shocking since they haven't had much to cheer for until last year.
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I'm sure a good portion of this is related to fundraising for their upcoming stadium expansion.
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Not too bad, especially considering it took the LSU Forever Campaign 4 years to raise the same amount.
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True sign of bandwagon fans
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Wow! That's a lot of signed photos of Johnny Manziel.
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gonna need some of that to keep Sumlin around
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