SEC Football: Predicting the Records for Each Team in 2015

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Sep 20, 2014; Dallas, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies mascot Reveille VIII on the sidelines during the game against the Southern Methodist Mustangs at Gerald J. Ford Stadium. Texas A&M beat Southern Methodist 58-6. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Texas A&M: 6-6 (3-5)

Losses: vs Arizona State (in Houston), @ Arkansas, Alabama, @ Ole Miss, Auburn, @ LSU

Breakdown: Boy, if Texas A&M could have an entire army of Myles Garrets playing defense for them, they’d probably win it all. That guy is a bona fide monster. The problem for Texas A&M is that they don’t have 11 Myles Garrets.

Another problem for A&M is that they don’t have much experience at quarterback as Kenny Hill has transferred to TCU following his loss of trill. The Aggies have plenty of talent to go around between sophomore Kyle Allen and incoming freshman Kyler Murray, but that’s the thing, they’re underclassmen. Kyle didn’t see the field much until the end of the season when Kenny started to struggle, and Kyler hasn’t seen the college field at all (so many Ks).

Ultimately, the mix of inexperience and the brutality of playing in the SEC West will have its effects on the Aggies.

(Now would be the time to go to the restroom or get a drink as we switch gears from the SEC West to the SEC East, that’s what I’m doing.)

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