Texas A&M’s defensive coordinator anticipated problems in last Saturday’s opener against Rice.
Mark Snyder had known for at least two weeks what the fans discovered just before game time. About 30 minutes before kickoff, the Aggies announced the suspension of three defensive starters. Three others already were sitting out all or parts of the season opener. Two more, including Deshazor Everett, who missed the first half because of disciplinary issues, were ejected from the game in the fourth quarter. Plus, defensive end Julien Obioha left with an unspecified injury.
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