SEC West will be tough climb for Aggies

April, 8, 2013
4/08/13
11:30
AM ET
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.

Read the full story here .

SPONSORED HEADLINES

Comments

You must be signed in to post a comment

Already have an account?

Top Aggies Commit Looking Around?
Texas A&M commit Kyler Murray, the nation's top dual-threat quarterback, recently visited Oklahoma. National recruiting analyst Gerry Hamilton discusses Murray's status with the Aggies and which programs have the best chance to flip him.
VIDEO PLAYLIST video

SEC SCOREBOARD

Saturday, 10/25