Texas A&M Football: Are Aggies' Defensive Problems Scheme or Talent Based?

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Texas A&M Football: Are Aggies' Defensive Problems Scheme or Talent Based?
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The Texas A&M football team had an extremely porous defense in 2013 because the Aggies did not have the requisite size and talent to compete with the top teams in the SEC. 

The easiest thing to do as a college football fan is to blame the coach when your team fails. There are Aggie fans out there who think that Texas A&M defensive coordinator Mark Snyder should be replaced after the poor showing from the defense in 2013. 

This is not an issue with coaching or with scheme. It is simply a case of not having the right players in place to successfully hold up against an SEC schedule. 

This is a look at why the Aggies' defensive issues in 2013 were related to a lack of proven talent on defense, and how those issues can be resolved.

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