Ready for round two? Texas A&M and Clemson played one of the most competitive nonconference games we saw last season, as the Tigers escaped with a 28-26 victory at Kyle Field. Clemson will host the Aggies in Death Valley this time around, and it will do so as the defending national champion. Tigers rising sophomore quarterback Trevor Lawrence was still splitting reps with former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant when they faced Texas A&M last season. Now, with Bryant now the likely starter at Missouri after a midseason transfer, Lawrence is the undisputed starter. Texas A&M and head coach Jimbo Fisher have an experienced quarterback returning as well, though. Aggies signal caller Kellen Mond played one of his best games of the season in last year's defeat, and that was against a Clemson defense that loses a lot of talent to the NFL. We could be in for another thrilling matchup between the schools.