For the first time in college football history, eight teams from the same conference are ranked in the top 25. Two of those teams square off Saturday as No. 23 Auburn Tigers travel to College Station to play the No. 7 Texas A&M Aggies.

The Legend of Johnny Football continues, as Johnny Manziel and the Aggies escaped an upset at the hands of the Ole Miss Rebels Saturday when kicker Josh Lambo hit a 33-yard field goal as time expired to give A&M the 41-38 victorty

The reigning Heisman Trophy winner has picked up right where he left off from a season ago. Manziel has completed 131 of 179 passes for 1071 yards and 15 touchdown passes. The dual-threat quarterback continues to make big plays with his feet, rushing for 438 yards on 67 carries and with five touchdowns.

The A&M offense has proven to be one of the toughest to stop in the entire country as it is ranked 3rd in the nation in yards per game with close to 600 yards a game. The Aggies also come into the game ranked 4th in the country in points per game with 47.8.

Along with Manziel, Texas A&M has two big play wide receivers who have the ability to put points on the board any time they touch the ball, sophomore Mike Evans and junior Malcome Kennedy. Evans is the go-to guy and his 737 receiving yards are third best in the country. He's also averaging 23 yards per catch, which is fourth best in the country.

Kennedy has been a good number two target for Manziel this season, catching 30 passes for 331 yards and four touchdowns.

Auburn is coming into the game looking to get revenge after it was blown out by Texas A&M 63-21 last season. Last year's loss was the worst defeat Auburn has ever had at home in Jordan-Hare Stadium. The Tigers have really surprise a lot of people this season after winning only three games all of last year. For the first time since November of 2011 Auburn finds itself ranked.

Good news for Auburn fans coming into this match-up is Tigers starting quarterback Nick Marshall will play. Marshall missed last weeks game against Western Carolina with a knee injury, which he suffered the week before in a win against Mississippi. Auburn needs Marshall in the game because he has made the offense click.

Auburn's offense leads the SEC in rushing yards and rushing yards per game. This will be an interesting match-up for the Auburn offense against an A&M defense that ranks last in the conference in yards allowed.

Both teams come in at 5-1 and are tied for third in the SEC west at 2-1 so winning will help keep pace in the conference race.

Almost all of the Aggies games this year have been shootouts and don't expect this one to be any different. Both teams have the ability to score points and this game could come down to who has the ball at the end.

The game will be on CBS at 3:30 ET

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