Texas A&M Season Predictions: Wins, Losses, Marquee Games, and More for Every Aggies Game in 2023

The Texas A&M season predictions have made Jimbo Fisher's hot seat even hotter entering the 2023 season. How many wins will the Aggies reach this fall?

Texas A&M is under immense pressure to perform in 2023. The Aggies finished 5-7 in 2022, and Jimbo Fisher’s contract isn’t getting any smaller. In our Texas A&M season predictions, we look at every game on the Aggies’ schedule.

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Texas A&M Season Predictions: Predicting the Game-by-Game Results

Using groupthink, College Football Network analysts have painstakingly gone through every game for every team in the SEC and across the country.

Picking these games straight up with a projected score using the rosters as up-to-date as the last spring practice, the Texas A&M season predictions indicate what fans can possibly expect for the Aggies in 2023.

Week 1 — Texas A&M vs. New Mexico: Win, 37-5 (1-0)

The Aggies start off slowly with an out-of-conference matchup against New Mexico. The Lobos have improved since last season, but they’re still not a high-level matchup for Texas A&M. All three of our analysts have the Aggies winning in a blowout here but will be watching to see if quarterback Conner Weigman has taken the jump since last season.

Week 2 — Texas A&M @ Miami (FL): Win, 31-21 (2-0)

In one of the biggest non-conference matchups of Week 2, the Aggies will go on the road to face Miami. None of our experts are generally high on Miami, so we all have this one as a win for the Aggies.

Miami quarterback Tyler Van Dyke is a bit of a wild card, as just a year ago he was listed as high as the top five in mock drafts. However, The Miami offense has been turnover-prone for a few years now. If Texas A&M’s offense is truly improved, we should know by the end of week 2.

Week 3 — Texas A&M vs. UL Monroe: Win, 32-7 (3-0)

Texas A&M hosts the Warhawks in Week 3. UL Monroe is not the most challenging Group of Five draw the Aggies could have at this point in the season. However, this is the type of game the Aggies struggled with last season. All of our experts have the Aggies winning this comfortably, and doing so would represent a step forward from some of the closer games against lesser opponents last season.

Week 4 — Texas A&M vs. Auburn: Win, 23-21 (4-0)

I’ll have a better feel for this game after a couple of weeks in the season. Both teams are looking for answers at quarterback and at the offensive skill positions. Our analysts are divided on this one, with Oli Hodgkinson predicting a road win for the Tigers.

CFN’s Cam Mellor and I each think this will be a closer game and gave it to the Aggies mostly due to home-field advantage. At this point, it looks like it should be a low-scoring affair, but we should know more about that when we see how these two offenses have changed entering the season.

Week 5 — Texas A&M vs. Arkansas (Neutral Site): Loss, 28-31 (4-1)

Once again, our analysts are divided on this one. Arkansas should come into this game undefeated, and I personally don’t trust the Hogs to keep that going late into the season. That being said, the Razorbacks are more talented than the Aggies; I just have a weird feeling about this one.

Hodgkinson and Mellor, on the other hand, have this as a big win for the Razorbacks. It all comes down to quarterback play, and if KJ Jefferson does take it to the next level, this is a very difficult game for the Aggies.

Week 6 — Texas A&M vs. Alabama: Loss, 18-31 (4-2)

The Aggies have played well against Alabama in recent years, but none of us really think that will happen in 2023. Alabama has issues at quarterback, but that’s actually distracting from the strength of the rest of the team, as this is one of Nick Saban’s strongest squads top to bottom.

Expect Nick Saban to have figured out the offense by Week 6, meaning even a strong Aggie defense could struggle in this game. Alabama’s defense will be as strong as ever, and it will be difficult for A&M to score enough to make this a game.

Week 7 — Texas A&M @ Tennessee: Loss, 22-35 (4-3)

All of us see the losing streak continue in Week 7 against Tennessee. Regardless of who is playing quarterback for the Volunteers, Josh Heupel’s offense will be difficult to stop. This has the makings of another game that A&M would have a better chance of winning if it had an offense that could go toe-to-toe with some of the best offenses in the league.

A&M wants to wear down the opposition and win in low-scoring games. Against Tennessee’s up-tempo spread, that’s not a winning strategy.

Week 9 — Texas A&M vs. South Carolina: Win, 27-26 (5-3)

To jump into a bit of the math here, this is given to the Aggies as a win despite me being the only analyst who has the Aggies winning this one. Because multiple analysts have this as just a small win for the Gamecocks, my 11-point win prediction for the Aggies holds more weight.

This truly is one of those SEC toss-up games; the Gamecocks have never won in College Station, but these teams seem to be trending in opposite directions over the past two years.

As a South Carolina guy, I can tell you that this is the time of year where South Carolina tends to lay an egg. If the Gamecocks play well though, they could win this one on a big defensive or special teams play.

Week 10 — Texas A&M @ Ole Miss: Loss, 25-30 (5-4)

Ole Miss and Texas A&M have had similar offseason arcs. The Rebels, typically known for their strong quarterback play, still don’t have a starter heading into the 2023 season. However, we can’t ever discount Lane Kiffin on offense.

Hodgkinson and I have the Aggies losing this one in a lower-scoring game. Mellor gives this one to the Aggies in a 31-28 win.

Week 11 — Texas A&M vs. Mississippi State: Win, 24-21 (6-4)

All of our analysts here have the Aggies losing a close one, with each of us giving this to the Bulldogs in a three or four-point win. As so many of these late-season SEC games go, this one could come down to quarterback play. In the end, I trust Mississippi State starter Will Rogers ever so slightly more than I trust Weigman.

Week 12 — Texas A&M vs. Abilene Christian: Win, 47-8 (7-4)

Texas A&M is one of the only schools participating in the annual “Week 12 FCS-SEC Challenge” this year. The Wildcats have one of the stronger FCS defenses that you’ll find and came fairly close a season ago to upsetting Missouri. That being said, this could be a bowl-eligibility game for the Aggies, so none of us expect them to come out flat.

Week 13 — Texas A&M @ LSU: Loss, 21-30 (7-5)

The Aggies end the season in Death Valley against a team with lofty expectations in 2023. LSU has more talent at the quarterback position and on the defensive line, and it’s going to be difficult both for the Aggies to put up points and to keep the Tigers out of the end zone. This is especially true if the Tigers are sitting in a position where this game could have playoff implications.