Texas A&M vs. Missouri: 10 Things We Learned in Aggies' Loss

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Texas A&M vs. Missouri: 10 Things We Learned in Aggies' Loss
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The Texas A&M Aggies wrapped up their regular season with a 28-21 loss to Missouri on Saturday. The loss drops the Aggies to 8-4 on the season, 4-4 in SEC play.

Quarterback Johnny Manziel, coming off the worst performance of his career against LSU last week, completed 24 of 35 passes for just 195 yards. Manziel also rushed the ball 11 times for 21 yards. Missouri's defense consistently put pressure on Manziel and he didn't get a lot of help from his receivers.

The Aggies' defense was outstanding in the first half, holding the Tigers scoreless for much of the half. However, things changed on Missouri's first drive of the third quarter and A&M struggled to slow the Tigers down for most of the second half. 

The loss ends a disappointing regular season for a team that came into 2013 with national title aspirations. While it may not be of much comfort to Aggie fans, three of the team's four losses came to teams currently ranked in the Top Five. 

Here are 10 things we learned in Texas A&M's loss to Missouri on Saturday. 

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