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Texas A&M will be looking to start off its 2014 campaign with a victory against South Carolina and, hopefully, find its quarterback of the future in the process. Photo by Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images
Texas A&M will be looking to start off its 2014 campaign with a victory against South Carolina and, hopefully, find its quarterback of the future in the process. Photo by Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images

Texas A&m at South Carolina: SECN, Aug. 28, 5 p.m. CT

Unfortunately, neither of the two SEC games in Week 1 will be on any of the major networks, but the Aggies will face the Gamecocks for the first game on the brand new SEC Network. 

This one is intriguing because both teams have lost their starting quarterbacks from last year to the NFL. It will be fun to watch two new QBs face off in an SEC battle for their first games of the season. It also does not hurt that these two have been producing a lot of offensive firepower lately, but not much defense, so expect a pretty high number on both sides of the scoreboard. 

I'm personally excited to watch this one because it should be a great way to kick off the 2014 SEC schedule and it will be interesting to see if A&M can find its heir to Johnny Manziel.