Texas A&M Football: Why the Aggies Would Beat Alabama If They Played Again

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Texas A&M Football: Why the Aggies Would Beat Alabama If They Played Again
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The Texas A&M football team lost to the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide 49-42 during the fourth week of the season. If the two teams met today, the Aggies would come away victorious. 

Both teams have improved since they met earlier in the season. The Aggies have made multiple personnel changes since they faced the Tide. 

They have different starters on both sides of the ball. Those changes and the simple maturation of a young defense have made the Aggies a better team. 

Alabama has been dominant on both sides of the ball since they faced the Aggies. The Tide defense allowed 42 points to Texas A&M and 36 points combined in their seven other games. 

This is a look at why the Aggies would beat the Tide if the two met on the field today. 

 

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