Texas A&M Football: Predicting the 2018 season through maroon glasses

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September Games

September has the two toughest tests of the season by quite a long shot for Fisher’s squad. It’s a good thing he has experience against the two head coaches.

Clemson – Sept 8, 2018 – Kyle Field

Clemson presents a unique challenge in a top five opponent coming to Aggieland. That hasn’t happened since Virginia Tech came to town in 2002. Fisher went 4-4 against Dabo Sweeney in his eight years at Florida State, but he never had the 12th Man behind him in those matchups.

Clemson has not seen an atmosphere like Kyle Field, aka the greatest and loudest stadium in college football. It will rattle them.

Final Score: 31-3 Ags

Alabama – Sept 22, 2018 – Bryant-Denny Stadium

The defending national champions welcome the Jimbo Fisher Aggies to Tuscaloosa early in 2018. Good thing for this Aggie team is they are used to winning in September, having started at least 5-0 in each of their 8-5 seasons under Sumlin.

This means Fisher just has to be, at minimum, an average coach and the Ags will step up to the task. Thankfully he’s the best coach in all the land. Pay attention to the final score, Ags. #Revenge

Final Score: 59-0 Ags

Arkanasas – Sept 29, 2018 – AT&T Stadium

A&M hasn’t lost to Arkansas in any of their SEC meetings this decade. Enough said.

Final Score: 63-7 Ags

Overall record: 7-0