Basically, A&M looks exactly like a 2012 Oklahoma St or a 2013 Kansas St. I would say that if they were in the Big 12 this year that they would have no more than 1 loss. In the SEC, they are currently in 5th place overall.
I would say they would have 3-4 losses in the Big 12. Best offense they faced put up 57 on them, and they needed all 59 points to win. Now imagine what Baylor, WVU, Oklahoma puts up on them.
It's hilarious how everyone is slobbish A&M's knob when fact of the matter is, they beat alot of bad SEC teams and pulled an upset over a Bama team that is way too slow defensive to defend against the spread.
A&M signature win is on the road against Bama. Their 3 other SEC wins comes against teams likely NOT going bowling, Ole Miss, Auburn, & Arkansas.
Then you factor in a 4th SEC win over Mizzou, another team not going bowling, and you see the truth behind that 6-2 SEC record.
Throw in 4 rent a wins over LTU, SMU, SCSU, and Sam Houston and you have the most over hyped 10-2 team in the country.
All in all, the SEC is top heavy, with a plethora of suck below. Who knows how good teams like Scar, A&M, even UGA & UF are. The top of the SEC is good. The middle half, like A&M, are living off the SEC's reputation. In a normal year, A&M is probably a 4-5 loss SEC team.
SEC strength is becoming a huge farce this year built upon non existing OOC schedules and bottom dwellers.
This post was edited on 11/23 at 5:40 am