Texas A&M First Look: Mississippi State

Texas AM-First-look-Mississippi State

Texas A&M visits Mississippi State on Saturday in Starkville. Here is your first look at Mississippi State.

Mississippi State Season So Far

DateVisitorPtsHomePts
Sept. 26Mississippi State44LSU34
Oct. 3Arkansas21Mississippi State14
Oct. 10Mississippi State2Kentucky24
Oct. 17Texas A&M28Mississippi State14
Oct. 31Mississippi StateAlabama
Nov. 7VanderbiltMississippi State
Nov. 14AuburnMississippi State
Nov. 21Mississippi StateGeorgia
Nov. 28Mississippi StateOle Miss
Dec. 5MissouriMississippi State

Mississippi State Injuries and Suspensions

 
None reported.

Source: boydsbets.com

Challenges for Texas A&M

It looks like there is a lot of parity in the SEC West. Alabama and Texas A&M at first glance, appear to be the two teams vying for a championship game berth. Yes, A&M does have a loss already but Alabama with its shaky defense may go down somewhere along the way. Unfortunately, though, A&M has lost to Bama already which means if the Tide were to lose one more game and the Aggies won out, Alabama would still make the SEC Championship game. All the Aggies can do is play their best ball and hope Bama slips twice, which is unlikely to happen. This weekend the Aggies get Mississippi State in Starkville. In shocking LSU, we thought that Mike Leach had performed a miracle in transferring his wide-open passing offense from Washington State to Mississippi State. However, State has since lost twice in a row and on Saturday in Lexington, the Bulldogs never managed one even one offensive score. If you are A&M you do whatever Kentucky did against Mississippi State defensively.

Saturday‘s game kicks off at 3:00 PM CT (4:00 PM ET). Watch on the SEC Network.

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