Ranking Everyone In Division for Texas A&M Football
It is a great mercy that I won’t have to do this ranking after a Texas A&M football game next week. It might be too much for me to bear. However, this week, I have to run down one through seven once more following a heartbreaking loss for the Aggies. All I do is give!
Let me finish: all I do is give Mississippi State the bottom spot in the rankings! Let’s see if we can go wire to wire with this one, gang. I believe in us!
this is definitely going to come back to bite me later when they beat Texas A&M football at kyle field huh
What a halcyon two weeks where I gave Auburn the benefit of the doubt for looking good against UGA. Now that Vanderbilt has done the same thing and Auburn has lost at LSU, it’s time to put them back down here. Sorry guys!
Learning nothing from my previous mistakes, it is now Arkansas that I am ranking higher than I normally would due to their performance in a loss. KJ Jefferson briefly caught fire against Bama on the road, so it ended up a three point loss rather than an 18 point loss. Good enough for fifth! Excited to see what I am now very originally calling this “dark triad” of winless SEC West teams to have a little round robin here before the end of the season.
I still kind of think the defensive issues for the Tigers are too much for them to make enough noise. The same could be said of the offensive issues for Texas A&M football, though, or the defense for Ole Miss. I’m just not sure where to rank anyone because it kind of seems like everyone is bad!
Ole Miss Beat a Good Team Challenge has been deferred for another couple of weeks, as they had a bye yesterday and will be facing off against Auburn next week. Tune in soon for the continued drama of the Ole Miss Beat a Good team Challenge.
Everyone sucks and everything is bad. Why can’t this Texas A&M football team play offense? What has happened to the game I love? Why do I do this every week? Even through all these questions, I know one thing: I am not ranking them below Ole Miss or LSU unless and until they lose to them. Or like Mississippi State or something. So get used to it!!!! Everyone in this division is so bad this year
If I had to predict right now what next week’s game against Tennessee would look like for the Crimson Tide, I would say that it’s going to look exactly like this week against Arkansas: get up big early and just kind of fall asleep until there’s about three points separating you and them. If I’m wrong, I’m wrong! But I don’t care. Nothing matters any more. All is toil and travail.