Texas A&M Football: Why La Tech Postponement Could Ruin Aggies' Season

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Texas A&M Football: Why La Tech Postponement Could Ruin Aggies' Season
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The worst case scenario for the Texas A&M Football team happened on Tuesday afternoon, when the August 30 game scheduled against Louisiana Tech was postponed. The game will be played on October 13 when both programs have open dates.

Contrary to popular belief, the worst case scenario for A&M is not losing the opening game against Louisiana Tech—it is not playing the game at all.

Now, the first pass that redshirt freshman quarterback Johnny Manziel throws against Florida will be the first pass of his career. The eight true freshmen in the two-deep will see their first collegiate action against a team that won two of the last six national championships.

This was the nightmare outcome for A&M coaches, players and football fans. This simple change in date for the Louisiana Tech game could derail the season.

This is a look at why postponing the Louisiana Tech could ruin the Aggies' 2012 season. 

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