Five storylines: Texas A&M vs. Missouri 

November, 21, 2012
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COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Texas A&M approaches its regular season finale, hosting fellow Southeastern Conference newbie Missouri. These teams are familiar with each other since both were in the Big 12 and they've met each of the last two seasons. Here are storylines to keep an eye on for the Aggies:

1. A 10-win season
Regardless of the result, the Aggies' season will be considered an impressive one because of what they have already accomplished. But hitting the 10-win mark will be significant for these Aggies because it would be the first time since 1998 that a Texas A&M football team has accomplished that feat. And you would have been hard-pressed to find someone outside Aggieland that would have predicted a 10-win season for the team in its first season in the SEC.

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