Aggies look for better defense against Auburn
COLLEGE STATION, Texas- No. 7 Texas A&M's offense is rolling as usual this season behind another stellar season from Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel.
The same couldn't be said for the defense. Texas A&M is allowing 32 points and more than 474 yards a game.
The Aggies have been good on defense in spurts this season, but are looking to put together a complete game as they prepare for Saturday's game against No. 24 Auburn.
Defensive coordinator Mark Snyder says he is trying to emphasize the importance of consistency to the unit and says: "let's play an entire game."
A big problem for Texas A&M this season has been giving up big plays. The Aggies allowed touchdown passes of 50 and 70 yards in their win over Mississippi last week.
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