Texas A&M Football: How Aggies Can Win SEC West in Inaugural Season

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Texas A&M Football: How Aggies Can Win SEC West in Inaugural Season
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The expectations for the Texas A&M football team are modest as the Aggies enter their inaugural season in the Southeastern Conference. Everyone is undefeated during the offseason, and it is time to look at how the Aggies could shock the nation and win the SEC West in 2012.

Obviously the moon and stars would have to align correctly for the Aggies to pull this off. The SEC West features three of the top five teams in the nation in Alabama, Arkansas and LSU. Texas A&M could be a legitimate top-10 team and still wind up as the fourth best team in the West.

The Aggies are not expected to be a top-10 or even top-25 team in 2012. They have some major questions facing their team as they enter the 2012 season. Let's ignore those questions and take a look at what would have to happen for A&M to win the SEC West.

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