By SI Wire
August 18, 2014

The Texas A&M Aggies finished 2013 in fourth place in the SEC West, with a 9-4 (4-4) record. 

The Aggies lost Johnny Manziel, Jake Matthews and Mike Evans to the NFL, so they will have a new look offense when the team takes the field in 2014. The offense will be led by Kenny Hill, who was named the starting quarterback on Aug. 17.

STAPLES: Texas A&M TEs hold key to replacing Manziel


08/28/14: South Carolina Gamecocks (A)

09/06/14: Lamar Cardinals (H)

09/13/14: Rice Owls (H)

09/20/14: SMU Mustangs (A)

09/27/14: Arkansas Razorbacks (Neutral site)

10/04/14: Mississippi State Bulldogs (A)

10/11/14: Ole Miss Rebels (H)

10/18/14: Alabama Crimson Tide (A)

11/01/14: Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks (H)

11/08/14: Auburn Tigers (A)

11/15/14: Missouri Tigers (H)

11/27/14: LSU Tigers (H)

- Josh Sanchez

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