The Texas A&M Aggies have been watching tape of Boise State to prepare for their first SEC conference game against the Florida Gators, according to Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle.
The move makes sense since current Gators offensive coordinator Brent Pease came from Boise State last season. And with Florida using a vanilla game plan against a lesser Bowling Green team last Saturday, the Aggies prefer to go straight to the larger body of work for scouting assistance.
Here's what A&M defensive coordinator Mark Snyder has to say on the subject:
"I've watched Brent Pease over the years at Boise, and I know his offense has a lot more to it than what I saw Saturday [against Bowling Green]. It was a typical first game. You want to establish the line of scrimmage, run the football, play-action pass, things like that."
A&M safety Steven Terrell also acknowledges in the article that the team has been watching Boise State tape since as late as last week stating "whatever most coordinators do at their last stop, they bring with them."
The Aggies kick off their season at 2:30 p.m. CT at College Station against the Gators (1-0).
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