You know, part of me feels bad for the Texas A&M Aggies. Last year the Aggies had one of the hardest schedules in all of football. They had to play the No. 1 team three different times (at Clemson in week two, home against Alabama week seven, and at LSU to close out the regular season) and lost all three by a combined 121-45. If all that wasn’t enough, the Georgia Bulldogs rotated onto A&M’s schedule and the Aggies came up short in Athens.