Texas A&M Football: 2013 Recruiting Class Makes Aggies Legit BCS Contenders

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Texas A&M Football: 2013 Recruiting Class Makes Aggies Legit BCS Contenders
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The Texas A&M football team is currently ranked No. 9 in the BCS Poll and will finish the season ranked in the top 10 if it defeats Oklahoma in the Cotton Bowl. With the talent coming to Aggieland in the 2013 recruiting class, the Aggies will be legitimate BCS title contenders in 2013.

As with anything else in college football, nothing is set in stone. Arkansas entered the 2012 offseason as a national title contender, and one famous motorcycle ride later, became an also-ran in the Southeastern Conference.

The Aggies will have to weather a trio of juniors considering the NFL draft while keeping their coaching staff from being poached by rival programs. They also have to deal with the inevitable last-second decommits that tend to plague programs close to signing day. 

With the talent returning and the large number of players joining the program in this class, Texas A&M should make a serious run at the national title. This is a look at why the Aggies are primed for a run at the BCS title game.

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