SEC West will be tough climb for Aggies

April, 8, 2013
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Texas A&M crushed outsider expectations in its inaugural SEC season, finishing tied for second in the SEC West with a win over eventual BCS champion Alabama and an 11-2 record.

While the Aggies had tremendous first-year success and are bringing back many key players -- namely Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Johnny Manziel -- they aren't necessarily the "team to beat," according to Mark Schlabach. There will still be a rugged battle for the top spot in college football's toughest division.

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