One week after getting a dominant 58-10 win over Arkansas in the first ever win for the Aggies as members of the SEC, Texas A&M is favored to get a second conference victory when they travel to face the Mississippi Rebels on Saturday.
Similar to Arkansas, the Rebels have had an uncharacteristically bad start to the season with blowout losses to each Texas and Alabama. In their 2012 conference debut last week against the Crimson Tide, Ole Miss managed only 14 points.
However, given that those points came off of 13- and 16-play drives, it was a good sign for the Rebels offense against a strong Alabama defense. To win on Saturday though, they'll likely have to manage more points than 14 and have to slow the Aggies' freshman quarterback Johnny Manziel.
Through four games, Manziel has accumulated 1,094 yards passing with 10 touchdowns and has yet to throw an interception.
Time, Location: Saturday, Oct. 6 at 6 p.m. CT, Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Oxford, MS
Spread: Texas A&M is favored by 12 points