Texas A&M-New Mexico: Surprisingly Strong Offense Drives Aggies Victory

Posted by Jim Cowan on September-7-2009 Add Comments

Of course, as we all know, there are a lot of teams who consistently choose to pad their offseason schedule with a lineup of tomato cans. Florida plays Charleston Southern University, a (formerly) D-II school with a blistering enrollment of 3,000 kids. It's no surprise they're able to put up 60-plus points.

Tennessee is the same deal except that Western Kentucky is D-I and has 17,000 more students. But still, no surprise Lane Kiffin wanted to make a statement in his first game at Neyland. 

The same argument can also be made for Texas A&M's game one against the New Mexico Lobos.

New Mexico is not what anyone can consider a football powerhouse. Nevertheless, they are not the level of scrubinni as Florida I...

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