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Texas A&M Football

Aggie secondary showing signs of improvement during spring practices

March 23, 2019
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No aspect of Texas A&M’s football team needs to show progress this spring more than the secondary.

Last season the Aggies struggled mightily in pass defense. They allowed an average of 253.2 yards per game. Only Ole Miss and Missouri were more generous. No SEC team surrendered more touchdown passes than A&M (26).

Therefore any positive news from the secondary is more than welcomed — even if it’s just three days into spring drills.

 
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