Texas A&M Football: Game-by-game predictions for the 2022 season

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player. Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. Florida Gators. 9. Nov. 5. Home. 840

There are a lot of variables in play for the Week 9 matchup against Florida. Florida has a maybe NFL Draft prospect at quarterback in Anthony Richardson, but there is a lot of projection involved in that theory.

With a new head coach in town as well, I think Florida will need to take some time getting comfortable under Billy Napier. They will run the ball, there is no doubt about that.

I believe in the Aggie defense to have a good gameplan in place. With Durkin’s aggressiveness, and against a quarterback with less than 100 pass attempts in his college career, I think they will force Richardson to make mistakes and the offense should carry on as usual against a questionable defense.

Prediction: Florida 10, #6 Texas A&M 35

player. 842. Scouting Report. Away. Auburn Tigers. 10. Pick Analysis. Nov. 12

The history of these two schools is very interesting to say the least. The Aggies have won the last two matchups, but are 6-5 against the Tigers overall. The weird part about this series is that the away team almost always win.

In 10 games not at a neutral site, the away team has won eight times out of 10. This year, the Aggies go into Auburn, and I think history repeats itself once again.

Auburn has bottom of the SEC defense, and their quarterback isn’t much to worry about. The Aggies shouldn’t have any problem with Auburn, but it will be close because playing in Auburn is a tough environment regardless of how history stacks up. The Aggies move to 9-1 and 6-1 in conference play.

Prediction: #6 Texas A&M 24, Auburn 14