The bye week is the perfect time for Texas A&M football to install the triple option. It might sound absurd, but an Aggie flexbone offense could be dangerous.
Don’t get carry carried away. The flexbone offense takes more than two weeks two implement and it certainty would be a surprise for both Texas A&M’s opponents and fans alike. But since there is a weekend without football, it’s worth asking the question: What could make this offense better?
As a thought experiment, we take a look at what would happen if Texas A&M Football were to install the flexbone offense that teams like Georgia Tech, Georgia Southern, and every service academy run.
This fun little exchange with the fine folks over at Yellow Jacked Up (the Auburn fan in me sides with anyone who doesn’t like Georgia, but I’m not about to get mushy with Tech) shared this exchange with us and got me thinking about installing the Flexbone offense at Texas A&M. Obviously, this would be a seismic shift from our current strategy and would take years to implement, but this is college football, and football is fun. So we are going to install the flexbone at Texas A&M.