Games at No. 2 Auburn and No. 7 Kansas scheduled for the next two Saturdays prompted a question. Might Wednesday’s game at Texas A&M be easy to overlook? Or to use sports jargon, might it be a “trap game?”
“You don’t have a trap game when the team you’re playing is (4-0) and in first place in the league,” he said Tuesday. “I don’t call that a trap game. You better come to play or you’re going to lose because they’ve beaten everybody in the conference (on the schedule so far).”
The Aggies, 15-2 overall, received votes in this week’s top 25 poll conducted by The Associated Press.