Texas A&M Football: Aggies' Late-Season Struggles Are Cause for Concern

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Texas A&M Football: Aggies' Late-Season Struggles Are Cause for Concern
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The Texas A&M football team lost the last two games of the regular season to finish with an 8-4 overall record. The late-season swoon is an indication that some changes need to be made in Aggieland. 

With head coach Kevin Sumlin locked down for another six years, the foundation of the program is rock-solid. However, Sumlin needs to make some tweaks here and there to keep the program running at an optimal level. 

The Aggie coaches had the luxury of taking over a senior-laden team in 2012. When defensive leaders like Sean Porter and Jonathan Stewart graduated, the defense struggled immensely in 2013. 

A thumb injury transformed Aggie quarterback Johnny Manziel into a mere mortal in the last two games. His inability to be special exposed some weaknesses in the Aggies' play-calling. 

This is a look at why Aggie fans should be concerned about the team headed into the 2014 season. 

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