Dr. Sam Houston Sanders ’22


According to Dr. “Sammy” Sanders, “Texas A&M made me what I am today.” He lettered in football, basketball, and track. He went on to achieve success in football and medicine as a founder of the Mid-South Football Officials Association and [...]

Olin E. Teague ’32


Olin “Tiger” Teague, who died in 1981, commanded the First Battalion, 314th Infantry, 79th Division, during World War II. For six months, he led his battalion through France and into the Siegfried Line in Germany. His combat tour ended with [...]

Oscar S. Wyatt, Jr. ’45


Oscar Wyatt is one of the world’s great entrepreneurs. He began his Texas A&M education in 1941, then volunteered to serve his country as a combat pilot during World War II. He returned to earn a B.S. degree in mechanical [...]