Texas A&M Vs. SMU 2012: Schedule, Game Time, Odds And More

Texas A&M had a rough start to their SEC campaign, losing 20-17 to the Florida Gators in their first game of the season after their original opener got postponed. They will be facing slightly easier competition in game two of their campaign as they travel to Dallas to take on SMU.

The Mustangs have had an up and down start to the year. They fell in their first game of the season, on the receiving end of a 59-24 beating from Baylor. They then beat Sam Houston State 52-0, but the Aggies will pose a much larger threat than any FCS school would. Young duel threat quarterback Johnny Manziel will be expected to have another solid day to start of his career with the Aggies. Manziel went 23-30 for 173 yards and added a rushing touchdown in his first game as game manager for Texas A&M.

Game time, TV channel: 2:30 p.m. CT, FSN

Point spread: Texas A&M favored by 10.5 points.

For news, discussion and more:

For more on Aggies football, visit Good Bull Hunting, plus SEC blog Team Speed Kills and SB Nation Houston.

For more on SMU football, visit SB Nation Dallas. And you should probably start reading Big East Coast Bias.

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