In leading the SEC in scoring offense for the second straight year, Texas A&M made nearly every game entertaining … and close.
The Aggies defense last season was ragged. The Johnny Manziel-fueled offense piled up points out of necessity because defensively, A&M was awful, ranking last in scoring and total defense.
“I mean, could we get much worse?” asked senior cornerback Deshazor Everett.
Probably not, after surrendering more than 40 points in a game four times.
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“To give up as many points as we did as a defense was embarrassing,” Everett said.
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