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2018 Schedule
2-1, 3rd in SEC - West
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ESPN reporters pick Week 4's biggest games

Can Texas A&M threaten No. 1 Alabama? Will Stanford or Oregon take the lead in the Pac-12 North? Our experts pick those Week 4 games and more.

Williams showing patience and maturity (2:51)
Mond progressing quickly under Fisher (2:40)
QB pressure will be key for Aggies (2:59)
Herbstreit expects Texas A&M to challenge Bama (2:16)
Crimson Tide, Aggies ready to face off (1:59)

Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Saban thinks Jimbo Fisher has done a nice job since taking over at Texas A&M. "They're a completely different team than they've been in the past," he said, noting that they're in more regular formations while still incorporating the spread.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

ESPN's Playoff Predictor: The SEC has a 49% chance to send multiple teams to the College Football Playoff. The Pac-12 has a 19% chance to send one team.


Campus Conversation: Love's Heisman hit & A&M the most 'valuable'?

Ivan Maisel, Brad Edwards and Jake Trotter get you caught up on Hurricane-related changes to matchups for this week (3:24), discuss Bryce Love's waning Heisman candidacy (9:00), Forbes listing Texas A&M as the most "valuable" college football brand (13:43) and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (29:05) and Extra Points (35:55).

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9dTom VanHaaren

Second-year players soon to be household names

Dwayne Haskins has started only two games, but he is already getting Heisman buzz. Who else should we expect to be hearing a lot more from this season?


Campus Conversation: Week 2 Review, Bad Injuries, Superlatives

Matt Schick, Peter Burns & Heather Dinich discuss their biggest takeaways from Week 2 (10:05), their superlatives for the week (12:59), jump to conclusions about the season (24:10) and more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" on the Playoff predictor (38:52), Walk-Ons (44:24) & extra points (50:42).

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11dAndrea Adelson and Sam Khan Jr.

Inside the wild, controversial Clemson-Texas A&M finish

There was a questionable goal-line fumble. There was an angry coach. There was a circus catch for a TD, followed by a failed two-point conversion. Here's how it went down.

Texas A&M falls to No. 2 Clemson despite late rally (3:58)
Clemson holds off Texas A&M after late drama (2:40)

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Jimbo Fisher on the touchback call late in the game.


No. 2 Clemson outlasts Texas A&M 28-26

Kelly Bryant threw for 205 yards and a touchdown and ran for another score to help No. 2 Clemson escape with a 28-26 victory over Kellen Mond and Texas A&M on Saturday night.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Kellen Mond walks off the field after one gritty performance.

Heather Dinich ESPN Senior Writer 

That win could mean the difference for Clemson on Selection Day. A road win against an extremely talented SEC West team will do wonders to separate Clemson from other Power 5 conference champs if Clemson continues to win and gets into a resume battle with another team that doesn't have a nonconference win of that caliber. It's especially important considering how weak the rest of the ACC has looked early — and how South Carolina lost today.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson escapes College Station with a 28-26 win over Texas A&M. The No. 2 Tigers move to 2-0 but had a fight on their hands from Jimbo Fisher's new squad. The Aggies acquitted themselves well and quarterback Kellen Mond kept them in the ballgame by making big play after big play. The Clemson defensive line, spearheaded by Austin Bryant who chased after Mond all night long, eventually prevailed. Kelly Bryant, after trading series with Trevor Lawrence at quarterback, played the entire fourth quarter for Clemson and it will be interesting to see how that situation continues to unfold for the Tigers.

Team Stats

Passing Yards311.325th
Rushing Yards285.0Tied-9th
Points For44.3Tied-21st
Points Against15.021st

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