5 Big Predictions for Final 2023 Home Game for Texas A&M Football
This is an easy win upcoming for Texas A&M football vs. ACU, but that doesn’t change the fact that it’s a huge game of interest now, with fans eager to see if Jaylen Henderson can replicate his breakout performance and to witness Elijah Robinson’s first game as head coach of the Aggies. Let’s get to some predictions.
Jaylen Henderson Notches 5+ Total TDs for Texas A&M Football
This isn’t too bold, as Henderson gained 4 scores against a much better defense in Mississippi State. I think the Aggie offense will move up and down the field with ease tomorrow morning, and Henderson will be just as efficient as before.
Defense for Texas A&M Football Scores
The Aggie defense was lockdown against Mississippi State for the most part. Shemar Stewart’s fumble return for a touchdown was the cherry on top of a great night for the Ags, and I think they’ll make it two weeks in a row someone from the defensive ranks scores.
Texas A&M Football Pitches a Shutout
You never know in the modern era of college football—as explosives continue to proliferate, it’s not out of the question that the Wildcats could hit something over the top, especially in the waning moments of the game. But I think it will be tough enough for them to get a first down conversion against this defensive front that they won’t have the time to look downfield.
GBD Notches Multiple Sacks
I think we’ll see some of the backups early in the third quarter, including Gabriel Brownlow-Dindy. He’s a destructive force whenever he sees time, and I think he’ll break into the backfield more than once. Plus, who better to be the head man on the headset than his position coach for most of the year? Elijah Robinson, I’m sure, would love to see Dindy break out in this one.
Marcel Reed Scores More than Once
We saw the talented and speedy freshman for a couple of drives late against the Bulldogs, but he should have far more chances against a far worse defense in this one. I’d love to see Reed carry one into the end zone, and I think he will—I also foresee him finding a receiver for a score in the late third or early fourth quarters.