Texas A&M future power rankings 

June, 18, 2013
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It's a good time to be an Aggie. Considering where Texas A&M was in late 2011 -- in the midst of a 7-6 season, one in which the Aggies began the season ranked in the preseason top 10, in the middle of a coaching change and with the whole world wondering whether they knew what they got themselves into by going to the SEC -- things right now look pretty darn good.

After an 11-2 debut season as an SEC member, a Heisman Trophy winner at quarterback, a dominating win over Oklahoma in the AT&T Cotton Bowl and a top-10 recruiting class in 2013, Texas A&M has picked up a ton of momentum and appears to be at the beginning stages of realizing the potential that lay in College Station, Texas, all along.

Recruits Miss Lone Star Showdown
National recruiting analyst Gerry Hamilton spoke with top prospects at Nike's The Opening regional in Dallas. The findings were overwhelming: Players want the game back.
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