Coach Sumlin's Biggest Challenges for Texas A&M in 2013

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Coach Sumlin's Biggest Challenges for Texas A&M in 2013
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The Texas A&M Football team turned in a surprising 11-2 record during their inaugural season in the Southeastern Conference in 2012. There are a number of challenges facing Aggie head coach Kevin Sumlin as he and his team prepare for the 2013 season. 

Sumlin led the Aggies to a top five finish in his first season at A&M. There is not much room for improvement after a season like that. 

The Aggies' coach has repeatedly pointed out that the team finished third in the SEC West. The A&M football team will have to make great strides in all phases of the game in order to meed or exceed their performance in 2012.

Texas A&M lost a very talented group of seniors to graduation from the 2012 team. The key to success in the 2013 season is replacing the leadership and play from that group.

This is a look at the various challenges facing Sumlin as the Aggies approach the 2013 season.  

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