TeamWebsider OSU Game Predictions

It'stime once again for the best game predictions on the Internet as TeamWebsider gives you the inside scoop on the klahoma State game. Aggie WEbsider's David Sandhop, Taylor Hamm, and Paul Wargo join former collegiate coach Brad Adcock to predict the game.

Here are Team Websider's fearless predictions for the Oklahoma State game. The majority of the team has the Aggies getting the job done while the young Mr. Wargo still feels this A&M team needs more seasoning before they are ready for a statement win over a ranked team.

Brad Adcock

Aggies 31
Cowboys 28

The Ags learned last week that a few mistakes can take you out of a ball game quickly. Ryan Tannehill's drop and Jerrod Johnson's fumble was a 21 point swing in the game and really put A&M behind the 8-ball. A&M will not see a DL (especially the DE's) like Arkansas' except for Texas and maybe OU's the rest of the way. The OL has struggled, but the unit will show progress this week and subsequently against Baylor, ISU, CU and KSU later in the year. We will move the ball well this week and score. On defense, I know the sky is falling attitude out there, but with Dez Bryant out and with the Cowboys previously losing their top 3-4 receivers in the offseason for various reasons, they are very thin at receiver and will have troubles throwing the ball. Sometimes these national polls and writers do not do their summer work to see all this transpire in the offseason. I think A&M will put enough pressure on QB Zac Robinson to keep him from making the perfect throws he will need to make with young, second tier receivers. I think the team shows us some maturity and bounces back from the Arkansas game and starts off the conference season 1-0.

Paul Wargo

Aggies 35
Cowboys 45

Texas A&M will be in a dogfight against the Cowboys on Saturday morning. Offensive line play improves as well as Jerrod Johnson's throwing. A&M plays a great game offensively but defensive mistakes, miscommunication, and lack of experience prove to hurt them as OSU puts up more points than the Aggies in a shootout.

Taylor Hamm

Aggies 41
Cowboys 38

Saturday sets up for a big bounce back game for the Aggies. The loss of Dez Bryant, Kendall Hunter's uncertain status, and a hungry Aggie team is too much for the Cowboys at Kyle Field. If A&M can cut down on their penalties and play 60 minutes of focused football, they should be able to start off Big 12 conference play unblemished. A&M made more moves to the offensive line that I feel will benefit this team moving forward. Opening up conference play at Kyle Field will help the freshman get back on their feet after the embarrassing loss to Arkansas in Dallas. The match-up between Von Miller and Russell Okung should be fun to watch and whoever wins this battle overall will undoubtedly be the winner on the field. I expect this to be a very high scoring game and it will be a nail biter.

David Sandhop

Aggies 27
Cowboys 24

The A&M football team had control of the Arkansas Razorbacks in the first quarter until some untimely mistakes caused the young Aggies to unravel. Lesson learned. The team is back in the friendly confines of Kyle Field, and now face a Bryant-less Cowboy team. Not only that, but top rusher Kendall Hunter is questionable for the game and all-conference candidate Parrish Cox is also not 100%. The Cowboys are classic under-achievers even at full strength, so taking away well over half of their receiver production. The secondary won't have to worry about a playmaker in the defensive backfield, so expect the Aggies to crowd the box with safeties and see what happens. Take away the primary offensive weapons like Bryant and Hunter, and the Cowboys are an average offensive unit with a good left tackle. The Von Miller v. Russell Okung math-up will be very entertaining, and the winner could have a big say in the outcome of this game. There won't be as many points scored as many think. This is Big 12 football, so expect the defensive intensity to rise.

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