Vanderbilt First Look: Texas A&M

Vanderbilt-Texas A&M first look

Vanderbilt visits Texas A&M on Saturday in College Station. Here is your first look at Texas A&M.

Texas A&M Season So Far

This will be the Aggies first game of the 2020 season. Texas A&M finished the 2019 season with an 8-5 (4-4 SEC) record.

Sept. 26Vanderbilt12Texas A&M17
Oct. 3Texas A&M24Alabama52
Oct. 10Florida38Texas A&M41
Oct. 17Texas A&M28Mississippi State14
Oct. 31ArkansasTexas A&M
Nov. 7Texas A&MSouth Carolina
Nov. 14Texas A&MTennessee
Nov. 21Ole MissTexas A&M
Nov. 28LSUTexas A&M
Dec. 5Texas A&MAuburn

Texas A&M Injuries and Suspensions

Date Pos Player Injury Status
09/21/20 LB Anthony Hines III Personal is out for season
09/04/20 TE Baylor Cupp Shoulder is out indefinitely
09/03/20 CB Elijah Blades Personal is out for season


Challenges for Vanderbilt

Vandy gets a reprieve from having to play in front of 100,000 screaming Aggie fans. The Commodores will still have to play very well in order to steal a win in College Station. Texas A&M is one of the SEC’s leaders in returning starters from 2019. In Kellen Mond, the Aggies could have the best quarterback in the SEC.

Vandy, with a good number of returning defensive starters and a couple of prominent graduate transfers, may be able to slow the Aggies some. The big question mark is for Vanderbilt’s offense is the inexperienced offensive line. Look for two or more freshmen to see action on the line on Saturday. Those kids may not block the right guy but at least maybe they can block someone.

Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:30 PM CT (7:30 PM ET). Watch on the SEC Alternate Network.

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