Texas A&M Aggies: Top five must-see games for 2015

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Oct 11, 2014; College Station, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies head coach Kevin Sumlin before a game against the Mississippi Rebels at Kyle Field. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Last season the Texas A&M Aggies had their worst season since joining the SEC, but this season will likely produce different results, as the Aggies will play their most difficult games in front of the 12th man in College Station.

The Texas A&M Aggies opened their 2014 campaign on national television against the South Carolina Gamecocks, the first live football game on the SEC Network. The Aggies dominated the Gamecocks, and former quarterback, Kenny Hill had a field day, tossing three touchdowns and throwing for over 500 yards in a 52-28 defeat of the South Carolina Gamecocks.

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Texas A&M went on to defeat a tough Arkansas team in overtime, but then lost three straight games to SEC opponents, granted they were all top ranked opponents.

A&M went on to defeat the third ranked Auburn Tigers at Jordan-Hare, but lost two more SEC games after that, finishing the season with a bowl win over West Virginia.

This season could produce better results with sophomore quarterback, Kyle Allen looking to start his first full season with the Aggies, and the A&M defense should look better with the hiring of defensive coordinator, John Chavis, from LSU.

The Aggies face a much more difficult non-conference schedule as they open their 2015 season with the Arizona State Sun Devils in Houston, but other than that, the Aggies schedule appears normal, as their rotational east opponent this season will be the Vanderbilt Commodores.

Kevin Sumlin’s Aggies are must watch television, and with Kyle Allen leading the offense, this team could be even more exciting than the days of Johnny Manziel.

Here are the Aggies’ top five must-see games for the 2015 season.

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