The Texas A&M football team is poised for a historic season in 2013. The Aggies have a schedule that is ideal for a making a run to a national championship.
The 2013 version of the Aggies will be ranked in the top five of the polls when the season begins. They are in a great position to end up in the BCS title game in January of 2014.
The Aggies play only four road games in 2013. They played six games on the road in 2012, including a three-game stretch of Auburn, Mississippi State and Alabama that helped define the season. With eight home games in 2013, including a September 14 matchup with defending national champion Alabama, they should have plenty of opportunities to attract the interest of the pollsters.
The 2013 schedule is a challenging one, but it is manageable because of the large number of home games. If the Ags can take care of their business at home, they have a very real chance of winning their first national championship since 1939.
This is a ranking of Texas A&M's 2013 schedule from the easiest games to the hardest games.