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Texas A&M was the most controversial member of the top four when the first College Football Playoff rankings were released last week, and the Aggies effectively dismissed themselves from the debate with a crushing loss four days later. Now down to No. 8, Texas A&M will attempt to bounce back against another team that's trying to find a new quarterback in visiting Ole Miss.
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