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Texas A&M Football

Defense in Review: Texas A&M 52, New Mexico State 10

October 31, 2016

• In all honesty, there isn't a ton to analyze or break down following the Ags' performance against New Mexico State. As far as lesser-conference competition goes, the Aggie offense is a decent one that puts up a lot of yards through the air and features a major-conference caliber and possibly future NFL tailback.

A&M defensive coordinator John Chavis referred to the New Mexico State offense as 'spooky' last week, getting into the Halloween spirit early.

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