News: Texas A&M tight end Michael Lamothe, who suffered a concussion week one, is still questionable for this week's matchup against Idaho.
Analysis: There's no need for the Aggies to rush back Lamothe against an opponent like Idaho, especially if they can have one time quarterback Tommy Dorman step in for him and do as well as he did against SMU.
News: There's a new starting tight end in College Station. Hutson Prioleau was named co-starter week one against SMU along with Michael Lamothe, overtaking last year's starter Nehemiah Hicks, who slid to third on the depth chart.
Analysis: Hicks was highly touted around Texas A&M, but it looks like he still has something to prove after falling two spots on the depth chart. It should be interesting to see who gets the most targets week one.
News: Texas A&M tight ends Michael Lamothe and Hutson Prioleau are battling it out for the starting job, but it appears that Lamothe has the edge at the moment.
Analysis: Head coach Mike Sherman praised Lamothe's dependability. Originally, the tight end job looked to belong to sophomore Nehemiah Hicks, but he hasn't been consistent in fall workouts. Whoever earns the job gains a big fantasy boost because of how explosiveness of the Aggies' offense.