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544dd4479e090_imageIt’s going to be a rough Monday for Texas A&M senior Tadeo Huerta. The 22-year-old from Little Elm said he received a combined nine hours of sleep Friday and Saturday night, fewer hours than he typically averages per night on the weekend. “I like my sleep, so I’m going to be suffering this week,” Huerta said Sunday. “But it was well worth it.” Huerta was one of 75 Texas A&M students who participated in Aggies Invent, a 48-hour event during which time students were tasked with brainstorming, designing and developing a product intended to be used to alleviate some of the challenges faced by first responders in the field. At The Eagle