Hop's Game Prediction:
We keep hearing about the explosive OSU offense, and I agree it is, but there hasn't been much talk about an OSU defense that is porous. I think you'll see a more aggressive offensive gameplan from the Aggies and they will hit some big plays. Look for Jeff Fuller to have a big game. Jamie McCoy could also hurt OSU in the middle of the field. The Aggies will need a positive turnover margin to win the game in Stillwater. Otherwise, I think the Ags will fall short in a shootout... but it will be closer than expected.
Texas A&M: 31
Oklahoma State: 38
Dallas' Game Prediction:
The Aggies will have an uphill climb this week in Stillwater as their porous defense tries to contain one of the most explosive offenses in the country. Freshmen Ricky Cavanaugh and Trent Hunter had decent performances against the one dimensional Army team, but it is unlikely that they and the rest of the Aggie D will have similar results against OSU. Look for the cowboys to score early and often, and possibly even more late, as the Aggie defense wears down. The Aggies only hope is to effectively run the ball and keep the Cowboys off the field. Based on the O-Line's performance so far this year, don't count on that either.
Texas A&M: 10
Oklahoma State: 41
Taylor's Game Prediction:
The tone of this game will be decided early. If A&M has the start they did against Army, with 3 quick 3 and outs, this game could get ugly to the tune of a 40 point loss or more. If, however, A&M can get up early, and put the Pokes in a position where they need to somewhat abandon the run, they may be able to keep it close. Michael Bennett's questionable return will play a big part into how effective A&M can be at attacking the OSU backfield, but regardless, State is going to get theirs. A&M may score some points, but Gundy's offense is for real.
Texas A&M: 17
Oklahoma State: 45
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