Texas A&M Football: 2015 Preseason Predictions

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Nov 27, 2014; College Station, TX, USA; The Texas A&M Aggies corps of cadets march before a game against the LSU Tigers at Kyle Field. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Week 11 – Home vs. Western Carolina, Kyle Field College Station, Texas

A rare win on home turf will come during week 11 for the Aggies. There is not much to say about their season at this point, besides it has been a huge disappointment.

Western Carolina will not beat an SEC team this season and especially a team that will rally behind trying to keep their head coach his job. Kevin Sumlin has been moderately successful since taking over the program when the Aggies entered the SEC, but for most of his tenure he had the extremely talented quarterback Johnny Manziel.

Coach Sumlin will have people start to question his abilities to coach a high-performing team in a tough conference and I’m predicting Sumlin will face the type of scrutiny Will Muschamp saw at Florida after some less than successful seasons.

Kyler Murray will show the coaching staff and the fans in this game what he has learned through almost a full season of practices and waiting his turn to take over the first-team reps. Murray will account for four total touchdowns as the Aggies win big over the Southern Conference opponent.

Record after week 11: 4-6

Next: Week 12: Vanderbilt