Texas A&M Football: What Will the Aggies' Defense Look Like in 2014

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Texas A&M Football: What Will the Aggies' Defense Look Like in 2014
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Daeshon Hall and Darian Claiborne defense against Missouri

The Texas A&M football team had one of the worst defenses in the nation in 2013. The 2014 version of the defense will have a completely different look, as increased depth and experience will lead to better play on the field. 

Aggie head coach Kevin Sumlin was forced to go with a youth movement on defense in 2013 because of injuries and an overall lack of depth. The Aggies played 10 true freshmen on defense and special teams in 2013.

That Aggies will be paid back for dealing with those freshmen's growing pains in 2013. In 2014, the Aggies will return a bigger, stronger and more experienced unit on the defensive side of the ball. 

Defensive coordinator Mark Snyder had to scale back his defense in 2013 because of the inexperience on the unit. In 2014, he will be able to use his full package on defense. 

This is a look at what the 2014 Texas A&M defense will look like. 

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