The Texas A&M football team had one of the best offenses in the nation in 2012. If new Aggie offensive co-coordinators Jake Spavital and Clarence McKinney want to see a repeat of that success in 2013, they will have to overcome multiple obstacles.
The Aggies averaged 558 yards per game in 2012 and set a Southeastern Conference record with 7,621 total yards. Texas A&M proved that a hurry-up spread offense can put up prolific numbers in the best defensive conference in the country.
Kliff Kingsbury was the Aggies' offensive coordinator in 2012. He was able to bond with freshman quarterback Johnny Manziel and help the Ags to a record-setting season.
Spavital will have to step in and prove that he is up to that challenge in 2013. McKinney and Spavital will have more weapons to use than Kingsbury did, but they also have to live up to a pretty high standard.
This is a look at the biggest challenges that are facing McKinney and Spavital in 2013.