How Texas Would Fare If Longhorns Played Texas A&M's 2013 Schedule

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How Texas Would Fare If Longhorns Played Texas A&M's 2013 Schedule
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Things are difficult enough for the Texas Longhorns. Having to travel the road playing a schedule full of teams that are on the rise in the Big 12 is no easy task.

But what if we went ahead and threw a monkey wrench into the equation by giving the Longhorns the Texas A&M Aggies' schedule? I know you are likely thinking that because Texas finished 5-4 in its own conference last season, there is no way it could compete with an SEC schedule this year.

Texas does return a boatload of starters from last year, and there would be no better way to prove this program is back by playing some of the best teams in the country.

So with that said, let's flip this bad boy.

Instead of the Aggies' opponents traveling to College Station, they will now play the road game inside Darrell K. Royal - TX Mem. Stadium. Of course, Texas will say goodbye to its Big 12 foes for a season and have to travel to the places Texas A&M is scheduled to go.

Will Texas fall flat on its face?

The results are quite surprising.

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