Dallas Shipp (BigD03)
So Kansas comes into the weekend with the No. 7 rush defense in the country, but that's going to change by 10:00pm on Saturday night. Jorvorskie Lane, Stephen McGee and Mike Goodson will run the ball against a Jayhawk team that hasn't faced any real competition. The Aggies did it to teams like Oklahoma and Texas last year and they'll do it again to the Jayhawks. The only way Kansas will win this game is if the Aggies turn the ball over. They'll eat the clock and keep it pretty low-scoring, pounding the interior line into exhaustion by the fourth quarter.
Texas A&M 27 - Kansas 23
Chip Winfrey (AgE2theBONE)
So is KU for real? Does beating, or losing to, A&M offer any kind of answer to that question? Hard to say. But the Jawhawk's success so far this season does not merit a foregone conclusion that KU will roll into and out of Kyle Field picking up an easy win in the process. It's become exceedingly difficult to predict A&M games, for one has no way of knowing whether we'll get the offense we used to beat OSU, or the one we used to sabotage the Tech game. If we get the one that "works," then the offense will rack up points, and the defense will be able to give KU's offense enough opposition for the Ags to outscore them. I like to believe in miracles, so I'll go with Franchione sticking to the I Formation and pounding KU's defense on Saturday. You gotta believe, right?
Texas A&M 32 - Kansas 27
David Sandhop (Hop)
On paper it doesn't look like a good match-up for the Aggies. The Jayhawks
are not only on a roll and nationally ranked, but they are sporting a
stout run defense. Well, that run defense hasn't faced the likes of
Jorvorskie Lane and the Aggies' Top 10 rushing offense. Plus, you have the
Kyle Field factor, and a Kansas team that for the first time is the
hunted, not the hunter in terms of playing on the road as a favorite with
a lot at stake. The Aggies will play looser, and at home I think they have
enough to get it done.
Texas A&M 23 - Kansas 20
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