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A Look Ahead: Texas A&M Offense

Texas A&M RB Cyrus Gray

Are you feeling melancholy as a result of FWS (Football Withdrawal Syndrome)? Sure, there's a handful of bowl games left on tap, but the end of the season is both near and inevitable...and, of course, SMU won't take the field again until the fall. Don't fret, because we're going to - at a minimum - whet your appetite with a look ahead at the 2011 schedule.

Let's examine the Mustangs' schedule for Fall 2011: AT TEXAS A&M: The Aggies entered the 2010 season ranked No. 35 by one of the leading preseason publications, and they've exceeded those expectations. A&M is 9-3 and ranked in the Top 20 as they prepare for this Friday's Cotton Bowl matchup with LSU. The burning question for the Aggies this offseason surrounds the intentions of junior WR Jeff...

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