The injuries seem to be mounting in the SEC, with bad news now flowing to College Station, Texas, where Texas A&M revealed that senior starting defensive tackle Kirby Ennis was out for the season after tearing his ACL in the win over Arkansas.

He was helped off the field in the victory at the Razorbacks in a rainy Fayetteville.

He’s didn’t have a great off-season, where he was arrested on a gun-related charge, and Texas A&M truly missed him against Rice, where they struggled against the Owls’ fast-paced offense. He was suspended.

Well now, he’s out for the season.

BOTTOM LINE: Texas A&M defense was struggling (to put it nicely) even before Ennis got injured. Aggies fans will be depending on Isaiah Golden to bridge the gap. He’s gone to get a rough opener- Ole Miss and their speed on his first Saturday. Yeowch.




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