Texas A&M is a preseason national title contender. Really. It’s a logical prediction, at least for those who pine for college football in July, considering the Aggies return Heisman Trophy quarterback Johnny Manziel and surprisingly had few problems dealing with last year’s premiere in the Southeastern Conference.
Yet for A&M, such a lofty preseason ranking is rare. For good or bad, the Aggies historically have hovered under the radar as teams across the country kick off August training camps.
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