Oklahoma State vs. Texas A&M: Live Scores, Highlights and Analysis

Michael Taglienti@@miketag98Featured ColumnistSeptember 23, 2011

STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA - OCTOBER 16:  Running back Keith Joseph #4 of the Texas A&M Aggies carries the ball during the game against Oklahoma State Cowboys at Boone Pickens Stadium on October 16, 2004 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Texas A&M beat Oklahoma State 36-20. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
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Oklahoma State 30, Texas A&M 229 Final

The No. 7 Oklahoma State Cowboys travel to Kyle Field for a Top 10 showdown with the No. 8 Texas A&M Aggies. This game marks the first Top 10 matchup at Kyle Field since 1975. 

The Aggies feature a formidable senior threesome on offense in QB Ryan Tannehill, RB Cyrus Gray and WR Jeff Fuller. The Cowboys counter with QB Brandon Weeden, RB Joseph Randle and WR Justin Blackmon.

The team most likely to win this game is the one whose defense steps up. Whoever wins the turnover battle should win the game. Both offenses are prolific and will score some points. This game will come down to which defense can get the big stop when they have to.

Brandon Weeden enters the game having thrown six interceptions in three games. The Aggies lead the nation in sacks with 11 after two games. The Aggies have not given up a sack yet this season. OSU has one of the best offensive lines in the country.

The winner of this game will start their conference slate 1-0 and will be the favorite along with Oklahoma to win the conference title.

OSU has beat A&M the last three years in a row.