The Texas A&M football team is loaded for a championship run in 2013. Led by the returning Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel and All-American offensive tackle Jake Matthews, the Ags have one of the most talented teams in the country.
The Ags return a lot of skill-position talent from an offense that set SEC records for total yardage in 2012. The defense has some holes to fill after graduating a very talented senior class, but should still be among the top half of the SEC.
The prospects for the season are in a state of flux right now as there are concerns over sophomore quarterback Johnny Manziel's eligibility. If Manziel plays then the Aggies are legitimate national title contenders.
There is no timetable for when the investigation into whether Manziel signed autographs for money will end. The results of the investigation could range from no punishment, to suspension for multiple games or the entire season.
If he sits, then the Ags will make a bowl game but will struggle to compete in the West division of the SEC. The Ags' prospects for 2013 will be largely determined by who lines up under center during the Aggies' first game on August 31.
This is a detailed guide to the Texas A&M football team's 2013 season.