Brian Kelly says youth has limited talented Texas A&M team in 2022

Jimbo Fisher signed the No. 1 recruiting class in the country last season. Adding those guys along with the talent he already had, and some experts predicted Texas A&M may make the college football playoffs for the first time ever.

Unfortunately for Fisher, that isn’t how the cookie crumbled. This has been a rough year for the Aggies as they currently are 4-7 overall and currently have the worst record in conference play of any SEC team at 1-6.

A team that some expected to win the league is now ranked behind Vanderbilt, Missouri, and Auburn. Brian Kelly said that Texas A&M will be one of the most talented teams LSU has seen this season, but it has been limited by its youth.

“It’s a young football team, it’s a very talented football team, but it’s young,”

The Tigers will take on the Aggies Saturday night in College Station, Texas. Even though they are 4-7, LSU can’t overlook A&M and look ahead to Georgia because Jimbo can ruin the Tigers’ playoff hopes.


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