Texas A&M Football: 7 Things That Must Be Fixed Before 2012

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Texas A&M Football: 7 Things That Must Be Fixed Before 2012
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As the A&M faithful look upon one of the most disappointing seasons ever for the Aggies in recent memory, they all realize one thing. If things don't start to pick up soon for Texas A&M football, the Aggies' record will be much nastier than 6-6.

Whether that comes as a coaching change, scheming, game plans or just overall player performance, many things need to be different moving into the inaugural SEC season. With the Aggies entering the toughest division in the nation, it's actually frightening to think they remain at the same level of competitiveness next year.

Many things must be fixed for next season. The university has already realized that in their firing of head coach Mike Sherman, looking for a replacement to lead them into the Southeastern Conference. So what other big things need a new look in Aggieland? 

Check out seven things A&M must change if it wants to be known as any kind of threat in 2012. 

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