Preview 2018: Texas A&M Aggies. The $75 Million Chance On Greatness

Preview 2018: Texas A&M Aggies. The $75 Million Chance On Greatness

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Preview 2018: Texas A&M Aggies. The $75 Million Chance On Greatness

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Texas A&M Prediction: What’s Going To Happen

This should be interesting.

Kevin Sumlin left with a relatively full cupboard of good players for Jimbo Fisher to work with. This might just be the most complete A&M team in a long time, but the superstar players aren’t quite there. The talent level isn’t an issue, but when it comes to the headliners, they’re good, not amazing.

Just how much with the coaching change matter? A lot.

Fisher is a terrific head man who assembled a whale of a staff. But after years of severe above-averageness, there’s a whole lot of big things expected from the new guy. And he’ll deliver.

Nah, it’s not time to get ready for the SEC Championship, but expect a more consistent team on both sides. The pass rush will still be there, and the defensive back play will improve. The rushing attack will have more pop, the tight ends will be a bigger part of the puzzle, and the hype will start to kick in early on.

This is a mulligan year. As long as Fisher goes bowling and has one nice win along the way, everything will be fine.

Everything will be more than fine.

Guessing The Preseason Regular Season Win Total Will Be Set At … 7

Clemson, at Alabama, at Auburn, LSU. In Year One under Jimbo, he’ll get a wee bit of a free pass against these four teams as long as the Aggies are competitive. Even so, expect one big win out of the group, possibly two.

Northwestern State, ULM, Kentucky, Ole Miss and UAB – those are must wins to have any sort of a decent season. Split the road games against South Carolina and Mississippi State, and demand a win over Arkansas in Jerry World. Do all of that, beat one of the big guys, and an eight-win regular season isn’t pushing for anything crazy.

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