Can Texas A&M Wrestle the State Away from the Longhorns for Good?

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Can Texas A&M Wrestle the State Away from the Longhorns for Good?
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Texas A&M, through its instant success in the SEC, has become the headliner of the realignment movement in college football. After decades living in the shadow of the Texas Longhorns, the Aggies have tangible hope that shadow is fading.

The SEC has supplied the last seven national champions in a row, and the Aggies came close to getting into the national championship game this past season.

Without losses to Florida and LSU, the Aggies would have been in the SEC title game against Georgia by virtue of their win over eventual national champion Alabama.

With all these things working for the Aggies, can Texas A&M take the state of Texas away from the Longhorns permanently?

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