September 18, 2009
A&M five keys to victory
A revamped and young Texas A&M football team will get another test Saturday at Kyle Field at 6 p.m. when the Aggies take on Utah State. USU has a few weapons on offense, namely quarterback Diondre Borel and running back Robert Turbin who can make some noise against an A&M defense that held New Mexico to 231 total yards and 21 yards rushing in the season opener.
A&M, however, should still have the upper hand against the Aggies from Logan, Utah in the first ever meeting between the two schools that share the same nickname. Below are five keys to an A&M victory:
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