Three Reasons Texas A&M Football Triumphs over Oklahoma State in the Texas Bowl

Texas A&M football has a tall task ahead, but they are more than up to the challenge.

Nov 11, 2023; College Station, Texas, USA; Texas A&M Aggies offensive lineman Kam Dewberry (75)
Nov 11, 2023; College Station, Texas, USA; Texas A&M Aggies offensive lineman Kam Dewberry (75) / Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports
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New Faces for Texas A&M Football Will Make Big Impact; Get 2024 Off to Roaring Start

At the end of the day, due to the significantly depleted roster the Aggies are coming into this game with, there's not much you can take away from a loss. On the other hand, though, a win would go a long way for Texas A&M football here, especially if some of the young talent seeing the field is able to impact the game in a big way.

So who might be able to take advantage of this chance? I've got my eye on the defensive tackle duo of Gabriel Brownlow-Dindy and David Hicks, for one. Hicks, a true freshman, has seen a little bit of time in the rotation, whereas Dindy has mostly seen cleanup duty thus far. They, along with Albert Regis, will be responsible for plugging the middle against experienced and dynamic back Ollie Gordon. How each performs in this audition will tell us a lot.

A guy on the opposite side of the ball I want to see have a big game is Micah Tease. The receiver, who was a signing day flip from Arkansas in late 2022, has sky-high potential, and has game-breaking ability in the open field. I would love to see Henderson find him alone in the secondary and let the young pass-catcher go to work. For that matter, I'd also love to see TE Theo Mehlin Ohrstrom get his shot at a couple of catches. "The Swede" has eminently impressive measurables, and I want to see those turn into on-field production headed into next year.

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