Texas A&M Football: Coach Kevin Sumlin's 5 Biggest Concerns Post-Spring Practice

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Texas A&M Football: Coach Kevin Sumlin's 5 Biggest Concerns Post-Spring Practice
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The Texas A&M Football team completed its spring season with the Maroon & White Game on April 13. The team put on a good show, but there were enough issues with the Aggies' performance to keep head coach Kevin Sumlin concerned about the immediate future.

The Texas A&M offense was prolific behind sophomore quarterback Johnny Manziel, as should be expected. The defense struggled to contain the offense, but for the most part it did a solid job against the run. 

The Aggies had a lot of players sit out the spring game due to injury. Five projected starters from the front seven on defense did not play because they were recovering from injuries. 

The offense outplayed the defense during the spring game, leaving a lot of question marks about the depth of the defense as the season approaches. Most Aggie fans are expecting Texas A&M to compete for a conference and national title in 2013.

They will not be a championship football team without a championship level defense. This is a look at the biggest concerns facing Sumlin after the Ags' performance during the spring game. 

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