Five storylines: Texas A&M vs. SCSU 

September, 20, 2012
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Texas A&M returns home to host FCS opponent South Carolina State at 6 p.m. on Saturday at Kyle Field. The Aggies (1-1) are coming off their first win of the season, which came at SMU last week. Let's take a look at five storylines for the Aggies as their next game approaches:

1. Consistent approach
The Aggies are facing an opponent that is on a different level and won't be able to match them in terms of talent or depth. But coach Kevin Sumlin said that the Aggies are in no position to take anyone lightly or change their approach. If the Aggies approach this game like they have the last two, it should be over in a hurry. Last week, the Aggies took a quarter to get on track offensively against SMU. Offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury said the unit's main objective is to start quickly (like it did against Florida). So that will be something the Aggies look to accomplish this week.

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