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Texas A&M Football: Biggest Strengths and Weaknesses Heading into Fall Practice
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The Texas A&M Football team will enter the 2013 season with their first legitimate chance to win a national title since 1995. If the Aggies are able to accentuate their strengths while addressing a few areas of concern on their team, the 2013 season could be one for the ages for the fans of Texas A&M. 

A lot of factors go into winning a national title. Ideally a team will start the season ranked in the top 10, and also have a schedule that allows for an undefeated season. 

The Aggies will start the season ranked in the top 10, and feature a schedule with eight home games on it in 2013. They will start the season in a great position to make a national title run. 

The Ags do have some weaknesses on the team that need to be fixed. There are some unknowns at a few positions and some depth issues that need to be taken care of. 

Whether or not the coaches and players are capable of fixing these issues will help dictate the outcome of the 2013 season. 

This is a look at the Ags' strengths and weaknesses as they enter fall practice. 

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