Texas A&M Football: 3 Aggie implications after Week 9 SEC action

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The Texas A&M football team may not be the best SEC team, but there aren’t many hotter teams in the country

With teams like Michigan, Kentucky, and Ole Miss losing, something becomes abundantly clear in college football. A few teams are playing their best football at the right time, while others are trending in the wrong direction.

One of the teams that is peaking just in time is the Texas A&M football team. In its last three matchups, Jimbo Fisher’s squad has outscored its opponents 120-66. One of those opponents was the No. 1-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide and the other two were respectable SEC squads.

Sure, Texas A&M had a rough patch early in the year. Okay… it was worse than a rough patch — this team looked like it would win six games on the year, but that team is gone. The Aggies in the second half of their season have looked like an entirely different team.

When you’re talking about the hottest teams in college football, there are only a few schools ahead of Texas A&M. Those teams are listed below.

  • Georgia, Cincinnati, Oklahoma, Ohio State, and Michigan State

Outside of that list, I’m not sure you can claim that anybody looks like a better football team right now.

Unfortunately, the Aggies are still not at Georgia’s level. Heck, nobody is at Georgia’s level this season. After the Bulldogs’ 7-point win over Clemson in Week 1, their lowest margin of victory on a seven-game winning streak has been 17 points.

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The Aggies aren’t there yet, but the Georgia Bulldogs would not be happy to see the Texas A&M football team opposite them in Atlanta in a month.