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

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November Games

November. Half of you reading this right now just got pissed off, and the other half held back tears. The month of November has been a thorn in every Aggie fans’ side, and the crux of the reasons for Sumlin’s firing. He rarely won the important games.

Fisher won a national title at Florida State.

Auburn – Nov 3, 2018 – Jordan-Hare Stadium

The third stadium in a row that can’t seem to settle on one name, Jordan-Hare has never bothered the Aggies. Sumlin was 3-0 at Auburn, one of the few impressive feats he accomplished at the helm of the Aggie program.

Fisher and his squad will step on that field with a ton of confidence. Enough to blow away a team that might even be contending for second place in the SEC West.

Final Score: 38-7 Ags

Ole Miss – Nov 10, 2018 – Kyle Field

Ole Miss is spiraling out of control with the situation regarding their former coach and have yet another year of a postseason ban. It’s likely a 5-7, 6-6 type year for the Rebels.

Final Score: 52-3 Ags

LSU – Nov 24, 2018 – Kyle Field

Call me crazy, but I am not scared of a team coached by a man with a frog face. Didn’t think I’d be able to clown on a team that hasn’t lost to A&M since it moved to the SEC? Ye of little faith.

LSU doesn’t have an inspiring offense and somehow manages to win 10 games most years. It’s annoying. But we will finally be running an offense that can match LSU’s physicality on defense instead of Sumlin’s sideline to sideline joke of an offense.

Final Score: 23-3 Ags

Overall record: 12-0