When Texas A&M and Missouri joined the Southeastern Conference back in July, the general consensus was that Missouri was father along as a program. Eleven games into the season, it has become apparent that the Aggies are poised to win an SEC title before Missouri will.
The Aggies have gone 9-2 through the first 11 games of their inaugural season in the SEC. Missouri has struggled to a 4-6 record. The two teams will meet on Saturday in the season finale for both programs.
The Texas A&M football program has always been referred to as a "sleeping giant." The giant has awakened under new head coach Kevin Sumlin. He has the Aggies poised to be one of the top programs in the country.
This is a look at why A&M will win an SEC title before Missouri does.