Texas A&M was picked third in the SEC West when media votes were tabulated at SEC Media Days, but the excitement and intrigue surrounding the Aggies should put them near the top of everybody's interest list in 2019.
Jimbo Fisher's first year at the helm wasn't great on paper. After all, an 8-4 regular season with a few highs and lows has become par for the course for the program. But a second-place finish in the SEC West and an established coaching staff that knows how to develop talent makes the 2019 edition of Aggies football interesting to say the least.
How can you not be pumped about quarterback Kellen Mond and this offense? Mond, entering his second season in Fisher's quarterback-friendly system, threw for over 3,000 yards last season while adding 12 passing touchdowns and three picks against teams that were ranked in the AP Top 25 at the time of the game. He added 474 rushing yards and 7 rushing touchdowns to his resume, proving that Fisher and Mond work well together and play off each other's strengths. What's more, he was money when it counted most.