Texas A&M Football: 2015 Preseason Predictions

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Sep 27, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies defensive tackle Ivan Robinson (89) and Justin Manning (55) celebrate with the Southwest Classic trophy after the game against the Arkansas Razorbacks at AT&T Stadium. The Aggies beat the Razorbacks 35-28. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Week 4 – Sept. 26: Arkansas, AT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas

Last season in the Southwest Classic, the Aggies narrowly escaped with a victory over the Razorbacks behind the arm of quarterback Kenny Hill. Hill threw for 386 yards and four touchdowns in the win, including a 25-yard touchdown pass in overtime to seal the game for the Aggies.

This year, they won’t have a player like Hill who will take over the game when it matters most. Who will the Aggies rely on? Two senior running backs that will be winded after carrying the workload in a game when Allen turns the ball over 3+ times? Two place kickers that have game experience only conducting the kickoffs?

None of the above.

The Aggies will lose a close game to the Razorbacks this season as they open up SEC competition. The Razorbacks will be heated up after a loss to Toledo in week two and won’t let an over hyped A&M  team keep them from getting off to a fast start in the SEC West.

Record after week four: 2-2

Next: Week 5: Mississippi State