Mississippi State First Look: Texas A&M

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

Texas A&M Season So Far

Sept. 26Vanderbilt12Texas A&M17
Oct. 3Texas A&M24Alabama52
Oct. 10Florida38Texas A&M41
Oct. 17Texas A&M28Mississippi State14
Oct. 31Arkansas31Texas A&M
Nov. 7Texas A&M48South Carolina3
Nov. 14$ Texas A&MTennessee
Nov. 21$ Ole MissTexas A&M
Nov. 28LSU7Texas A&M20
Dec. 5Texas A&M31Auburn20
Dec. 12$& Ole MissTexas A&M
Dec. 19& Texas A&M34Tennessee13
Dec. 19@& Ole MissTexas A&M
Jan. 2Texas A&M41North Carolina27
$ Game postponed
& Game rescheduled
$& Rescheduled game
that was postponed.
@ Game canceled

Texas A&M Injuries and Suspensions

Blake Smith TE Out For Season – Knee
Erick Young DB Ques Sat – Arm
Grayson Reed OL Out For Season – Leg
Jhamon Ausbon WR Out For Season – Personal
Baylor Cupp TE Out For Season – Shoulder
Elijah Blades DB Out For Season – Personal
Anthony Hines III LB Out For Season – Personal

Source: boydsbets.com

Challenges for Mississippi State

The Bulldogs opened the 2020 season by defeating the 2019 National Champions. It’s been rough though since that marquee victory. After gaining over 600 yards offense in the opening victory, State managed just 295 yards total offense in a 24-2 loss at Kentucky on Saturday. The big head-scratcher is how did State hold UK to less than 160 yards total offense but allow 24 points? Turnovers answer the answer to that question. State quarterbacks K.J. Costello and Will Rogers combined to throw six interceptions, one of which was returned for a Wildcat touchdown. State’s challenge is to make their offense more productive and less destructive.

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

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