4. Texas A&M is who we thought they were
The Aggies entered the season with high expectations.
Head coach Jimbo Fisher secured the top overall recruiting class just a couple years ago and many fans were hoping Texas A&M would take the next step.
But once again, the Aggies are not reaching expectations, especially against the top teams on their schedule.
Through the first half of the season, Texas A&M has had two real tests to measure where the program currently stands —both being losses.
In Week 2, they played Miami and lost 48-33 and in Week 6 they played Alabama and lost 26-20.
While the latter matchup against the Crimson Tide was close, it adds another loss to a schedule that doesn’t guarantee seven wins.
Texas A&M has Tennessee, LSU, and Ole Miss left on the slate.
Maybe they get a win against one of those teams but it looks like another 7-5 or 8-4 regular season is in the cards.
Different year, same story — the Aggies are missing something.