The national media makes its Texas A&M vs. Missouri score predictions
Texas A&M football fans have had a wild swing of emotions this season. The Aggies began the year ranked just outside the Top 5 in both major polls and then moved in after an opening win over Kent State.
In Week 2, starting quarterback Haynes King went down with an injury on the second drive of the game at Colorado as Zach Calzada replaced him. It took a very late touchdown for the Aggies to escape with a 10-7 win over a struggling Pac-12 team. After a shutout of New Mexico, the Maroon and White lost its first two SEC games to Arkansas and Ole Miss as the offense looked anemic.
Having fallen out of the rankings, Texas A&M was a huge underdog at home to then-No. 1 Alabama last …
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