Ole Miss football faces Texas A&M on Saturday in Oxford. Here is your first look at the Texas A&M Aggies.
Texas A&M Season So Far
|09/04||Kent State||W 41-10||Home|
|09/18||New Mexico||W 34-0||Home|
|10/02||Miss State||L 22-26||Home|
|10/23||S Carolina||W 44-14||Home|
|11/20||Prairie View A&M||12:00 PM||Home|
|Stat (per game)||Texas A&M||Ole Miss|
|Total YDS Allowed||317.8||432.7|
|Pass YDS Allowed||194.7||237.3|
|Rush YDS Allowed||123.1||195.3|
Texas A&M Injuries and Suspensions
(!)[QB] 09/13/2021 – Haynes King is out indefinitely (Tibia)
[OL] 10/07/2021 – Luke Matthews is out indefinitely (Shoulder)
[DB] 10/06/2021 – Brian George is out for season (Undisclosed)
[DB] 10/06/2021 – Myles Jones is out for season (Foot)
[WR] 10/18/2021 – Hezekiah Jones is out for season (Shoulder)
[QB] 11/06/2021 – Zach Calzada is probable Saturday vs Mississippi (Shoulder)
[S] 11/06/2021 – Keldrick Carper is “?” Saturday vs Mississippi (Undisclosed)
[S] 11/06/2021 – Brian Williams is “?” Saturday vs Mississippi (Undisclosed)
Challenges for Ole Miss
This one’s another tough challenge for Ole Miss. Texas A&M has a solid offense but where they really make their money is with their defense. The Aggies are 16th nationally and third in the SEC in total defense. A&M defenders have intercepted 10 passes so far this season. They allow opponents to convert on just about 33 percent of third-down situations. A big reason for the Aggies’ defensive success is defensive lineman Tyree Johnson who has 17.5 sacks during his career at A&M including eight this season. To have a shot at earning a win the Ole Miss blockers must account for players like Johnson.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:00 PM CT (7:00 PM ET). You can watch this SEC football game on the ESPN Network.