Published November 25, 2012
COLLEGE STATION, Texas – No. 10 Texas A&M has reached 10 wins for the first time since 1998.
The accomplishment is even sweeter for the Aggies because of the skeptics who predicted they'd struggle in their first season in the Southeastern Conference.
Texas A&M wrapped up its regular season Saturday night with a 59-29 win over fellow SEC newcomer Missouri. This is its first season of double-digit wins since an 11-3 record in 1998.
The Aggies aren't surprised. They say they knew they'd have a good year after leaving the Big 12.
Linebacker Sean Porter says: "People acted like we were going to be some kind of doormat or something. But this entire time we had a lot of confidence."