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Pocket Bullets ParisBy: Pocket Bullets Paris

We sure had a lot of losers this weekend! In what is now being called “Upset Saturday,” there were a lot of losers in college football,  a lot of losers in the rankings, a lot of losers in the SEC West. As Texas A&M went down to defeat against Mississippi State in Starkville, almost all of you who made a prediction of the final score of that game lost because you, like the pundits, picked the Aggies.

In fact, we had only two who chose MSU in our contest.

Unfortunately for Aggie fans, Dak Prescott and the Bulldogs were just about perfect, and the Ags not only had around 14 dropped balls and many errant passes, but were not impressive on defense or special teams either. There’s a lot to fix, and next Saturday the Ags face Ole Miss . . . the team with the biggest upset in the SEC, beating Alabama. So, Texas A&M dropped from 6th to 14th in the rankings, while MSU and Ole’ Miss jumped to a tie for 3rd. Among the other losers? Oregon, Oklahoma, USC, LSU. One thing is certain, there will be even more surprises before this season close

Roulette Casino Drinking GameWe want to congratulate Rudolph, even if he did favor the Bulldogs instead of our team, the Fighting Texas A&M Aggies. Rudolph was the first to predict the win for MSU  and takes home the Casino Roulette Shot Drinking Game from the Texas Poker Store!

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Pocket Bullets ParisBy: Pocket Bullets Paris

After their awesome come-from-behind victory last week against the Razorbacks, the #6 Texas A&M football team travels to Starkville this Saturday, Oct. 4, to take on their next SEC opponent, the #12 Mississippi State Bulldogs, who have one of the best rushing defenses and sack attacks in the country. Not only are they probably the largest team the Ags will face all season (yes, even bigger than the Hogs) but, according to Kenny Hill, “they do so much stuff up front, it makes you think more. It’s going be tough just holding up protection.”

On the other hand, The Aggie’s offensive line is more than up to the challenge. And, if the O-line can hold off some of those big guys long enough for Hill to make some moves, there just may be a whole lot of passing yards from A&M’s powerful receivers, who will probably be able to overpower MSU’s secondary. Still, MSU has Dak Prescott, a complete quarterback who is off to a great start, beating LSU in Death Valley before last week’s bye. So, is it a high-scoring game? Too close to call?

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