After an upset win over the Auburn Tigers, Aggies coach Kevin Sumlin hopes to keep things chugging along against another Tigers team.
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The Missouri Tigers go on the road to take on the #24 Texas A&M Aggies in Week 12 of College Football.
Thanks to Georgia’s loss to Florida several weeks ago, the Missouri Tigers now control their own destiny for the SEC East division title and a place in the SEC Championship game. But with losses to Indiana and Georgia on their resume, it is unlikely that even winning the SEC title would get them into the College Football Playoffs. Nonetheless, with games against Tennessee and Arkansas as the final two regular season games for Missouri, their road to the SEC championship game will be much less daunting if they can pick up the win over the Aggies.
The Aggies suffered a lot of problems with QB Kenny Hill which forced them to make a change after suffering through a 3-game losing streak that culminated in a 59-0 blowout loss on the road against Alabama. But after beating the Auburn Tigers on the road, the Aggies triumphantly return to College Station with freshman QB Kyle Allen to make some magic and improve their standings in the SEC and maybe even earn a place in a major bowl game if they can impress against LSU in their season finale.
Prediction: Texas A&M – The Aggies were able to beat the Auburn Tigers on the road – a better defense, a better QB, and arguably a better head coach than Missouri has right now. As fun as it might be to think that Missouri can get the win on the road and end the new streak the Aggies are riding, Texas A&M is just too talented offensively to lose this game at home.