Texas A&M Football: 2012 SEC Schedule Leaked, Tough Road for Aggies

Larry BurtonSenior Writer IDecember 12, 2016

COLLEGE STATION, TX - NOVEMBER 24:  Ryan Tannehill #17 of the Texas A&M Aggies leads his team on to the field prior to a game against the Texas Longhorns  at Kyle Field on November 24, 2011 in College Station, Texas. (Photo by Darren Carroll/Getty Images)
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Larry Burton (Syndicated Writer)

Billy Liucci of TexAgs.com (h/t FBSchedules.com) recently leaked what Texas A&M's 2012 SEC football schedule will look like, and it appears the Aggies are in for a rough time, especially at home next season.

Let's take a look at who they'll play and give an early look at how they're likely to fare with a way-too-early prediction of their final record.

Starting with their home schedule...



Florida: The Gators are due to be better, and this game could go to Florida close.

Alabama: They'll be steamrolled. Welcome to the SEC.

LSU: The Tigers are going to lose a lot to graduation, but LSU still has enough talent to topple the Aggies.

Arkansas: Getting better every year, the Razorbacks will slash the Aggies.



Ole Miss: They should be able to take the woeful Rebels in this game.

Mississippi State: Should be a good game, but the Bulldogs defense wins a close one.

Auburn: Should be a good one, but Auburn has a lot of young talent. Close loss for A&M.

Missouri: Can Missouri do it again? Close game won by the Aggies.


Projected SEC Results: 2-6


The incoming first-year A&M coach won't make a bowl, and next year will be tough, but the Aggies will settle into the SEC by year three and start competing seriously.

Texas A&M has it much tougher than Missouri, which gets most of the SEC cupcakes.