Breaking down and analyzing the 2021 Texas A&M Aggies football schedule with the best and worst case scenarios. 2021 Texas A&M Football Schedule: Analysis, Best, Worst Case Scenarios

2021 Texas A&M Football Schedule: Analysis, Best and Worst Case Scenarios

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2021 Texas A&M Football Schedule: Analysis, Best and Worst Case Scenarios

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2021 Texas A&M Football Schedule: Analysis, Best and Worst Case Scenarios

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Breaking down and analyzing the 2021 Texas A&M Aggies football schedule with the best and worst case scenarios.


2021 Texas A&M Football Schedule

Sept. 4 Kent State

Sept. 11 at Colorado (in Denver)

Sept. 18 New Mexico

Sept. 25 Arkansas (in Arlington)

Oct. 2 Mississippi State

Oct. 9 Alabama

Oct. 16 at Missouri

Oct. 23 South Carolina

Oct. 30 OPEN DATE

Nov. 6 Auburn

Nov. 13 at Ole Miss

Nov. 20 Prairie View

Nov. 27 at LSU

Dec. 4 SEC Championship (in Atlanta)

Games vs. The East: at Missouri, South Carolina

Missed Teams From The East: Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Vanderbilt

2021 SEC Composite Schedule, Best Games Each Week

Texas A&M Aggies Football Schedule Analysis: Everything is set up nicely to build into another amazing season. As long as the Aggies don’t gack against Colorado on the road, they should be 3-0 with ease before going into the Arkansas game.

Considering the dates with the Buffs and Hogs are technically in neutral sites, the Aggies don’t get 100% pure road game until facing Missouri in the sixth game of the year. More than that, the only true road games at Mizzou, Ole Miss, and LSU – that’s not bad. Alabama and Auburn are at home, and missing Georgia and Florida from the East is huge.

Best Case Scenario: 11-1. There will be a misfire along the way, but even if there’s a loss to Alabama, everything else might work out. At the very least, there’s no excuse to not get fired up for the potential of being at least 10-1 going into the regular season finale at LSU.

Worst Case Scenario: 8-4. Let’s set the bar high considering how many massive breaks the A&M schedule has. Losing to Alabama and at LSU wouldn’t be a shocker, and playing at Ole Miss is dangerous and Auburn and at Missouri won’t be layups.

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