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Texas A&M Football: Way Too Early Game-by-Game Schedule Predictions for 2013
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The Texas A&M Football team had a spectacular inaugural season in the Southeastern Conference in 2012, finishing 11-2 and ranked as the No. 5 team in the country. The Ags face a tough, but somewhat favorable schedule in 2013 as they attempt to improve on their successes in 2012.

The SEC slate is always going to be challenging. When you play in the league of champions you are going to face two or three top 10 teams on a yearly basis. Depending on which poll you look at, the Ags are going to play three top 25 teams in 2013.

Vanderbilt and Ole Miss are considered borderline top 25 teams. Most have LSU ranked outside of the top 10 right now because of their tremendous personnel losses from the 2012 team.

The silver lining for the Aggies is that they get to play eight home games. It is always an advantage to get teams at Kyle Field, although the Aggies were a perfect 6-0 away from home in 2012. If the Ags can hold serve at home in 2013, then they will compete for an SEC title.

This is a game-by-game breakdown of the Aggies schedule in 2013.

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