SHSU vs. Texas A&M 2012 viewing guide: Previews, TV schedule and more

Mike Zarrilli

Will the Aggies be able to build off last week's unforgettable performance or will they fall to the dreaded "trap game?" All-day-long Saturday coverage right here.

After their upset of No. 1 Alabama last week, the surprising Texas A&M Aggies will be getting a bit of a break this Saturday as the Division I-AA Sam Houston State Bearkats are set to pay a visit College Station.

Upon second glance though, the Bearkats might not exactly be the pushover they seem. Sam Houston State is ranked No. 3 in the FCS Top 25 poll and has won seven straight since opening the season 1-2.

Yes, the Aggies have the stats on their side (10-0-1 all-time against the Bearkats) but Texas A&M has only played Sam Houston State once in the last 70 years so history is little help.


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The Bearkats have a potent offense that averages an Oregon-esque 490.3 per game and specializes in hanging 40+ points an opponent. Then again, it's probably not wise to bet against Johnny Football.

Game Time: 3:30 p.m. EST

Location: Kyle Field, College Station, TX

TV Schedule: ESPN 3 or PPV

Radio Schedule: WTAW 1620 or XM 201

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