Texas A&M Football TEs Have Big Game vs. Oklahoma State
As I just mentioned, the Aggies will be operating on a somewhat thin WR corps. That does not mean, however, that the Aggies will be threadbare at pass-catcher overall. Jake Johnson has transferred out of the tight end room, but the Aggies still have Max Wright, Theo Ohrstrom, and Fernando Garza. I particularly would like to see the big Swede get a chance at some catches—his physical gifts are undeniable, and I think he can really break out in a big way if given the chance.
Micah Tease Makes a Big Play for Texas A&M Football
Back to the depth issue at receiver. The Aggies are down to only three scholarship wide receivers for this gaem: Moose Muhammad, Jahdae Walker, and Micah Tease. Now, if that is the bottom of the barrel for the receiver room, the Aggies are in a great position: that's three that could be a formidable starting group on any other team. I think they'll still be able to operate well against this Cowboy secondary. I've especially got my eye on Micah Tease for this one. He's seen the field a bit this year, but only has recorded one catch so far. His explosiveness has been something that insiders have spoken about, and I'd love to see him pick up some big YAC on a catch to announce himself on the scene ahead of next year.
Cowboys Barely Break 20 Points vs. Texas A&M Football
Oklahoma State has been a strange team this year. They put up only three points vs. UCF and seven points vs. South Alabama, but beat Oklahoma and destroyed Cincinnati. One thing that is clear, though, is that if you can stop the run against them, you have a great chance of keeping them from scoring. If the Aggies are able to handle Ollie Gordon—a tall order indeed—then they will have a great shot at stopping the Cowboys from scoring. I think Texas A&M football will do just that.