Texas A&M Football: Why 2012 Defensive Line Should Tremble at Playing the SEC

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Texas A&M Football: Why 2012 Defensive Line Should Tremble at Playing the SEC
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In a few days Texas A&M will officially enter the Southeastern Conference. The Aggies' inaugural season will present a huge test for their defensive line.

The league of champions is also the league of dominant offensive and defensive lines. While the Aggies' O-line returns all five starters, the defensive line lost two starters and is switching to a new 4-3 scheme. The switch in schemes means that a thin defensive line got even thinner.

The Aggies' O-line will be one of the toughest in the league while the D-line may be one of the weakest. This is a look at why Aggie fans should be wary about their defensive line in 2012.

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