2015 Texas A&M Aggies Schedule

2015 Texas A&M Aggies Schedule

courtesy of the Cheetah Guide– Everything You Need… To Beat College Football

(2014 Record: 8-5)
Total Returning Starters: 17 (8 offense, 7 defense, kicker, punter)

Projected Spread

Projected Win %

Arizona State

PK

0.5

Ball State

-21+

1

Nevada

-21+

1

@ Arkansas

2

0.47

Mississippi State

-4.5

0.63

Alabama

7

0.3

@ Ole Miss

7

0.3

South Carolina

-8

0.74

Auburn

1

0.49

Western Carolina

-21+

1

@ Vanderbilt

-14.5

0.87

@ LSU

10

0.23

Power Rating: 82.5

Win Total: 7.53

 

General Outlook: Johnny Football provided plenty of entertainment for College Station in his 2 years as a starter and it looked like the entire program suffered a hangover following his departure. Kevin Sumlin and the Aggies dropped to 8-5 last year despite a blistering 5-0 start. 35 PPG would typically mark a great season for an offense, but the numbers were actually A&M’s worst since 2010. The good news is 15 starters return and we should start to see Sumlin’s strong recruiting really show in year 4. QB Kyle Allen is back after taking over for Kenny Trill midway through 2014 along with lead RB Tra Carson. The Aggies are absolutely stacked with talent and experience at WR with Josh Reynolds, Speed Noil, and Ricky Seals-Jones all returning as well. The much-maligned defense gets a huge boost with defensive coordinator John Chavis coming in. Chavis will inherit 7 returning starters including the entire defensive line, but he has his work cut out for him with a stop unit that has struggled in consecutive seasons. The Aggies may not be ready to make a run in the West again, but they will be hard-pressed to struggle as much as they did a year ago. I expect the Aggies to play spoiler in 2015.

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Win Total Take: We’ll see how much the Aggies have improved right off the bat as they’ll face off against Arizona State in Houston in the season opener. Hosting South Carolina and making a trip to Vandy marks arguably the best East draw of any West team, but the Aggies likely will be catching points in 5 of their 6 games against West opponents themselves. While I think this team bounces back some this season, their win total of 7.5 juiced -210 to the over has no appeal to me so I’m staying away.

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