Texas A&M boasts offensive weapons
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- A Texas team with a strong ensemble cast and a penchant for Friday night fireworks. Where have we seen this before?
At least from the outside, No. 7 Texas A&M lacks the requisite off-field drama that sustains the serialized show set in fictional Dillon, Texas. But beyond being merely entertaining, the on-field product this season is nuanced enough to suggest that the Aggies could finally make a run at the award that has long eluded an otherwise premier ...
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