OSU vs. Texas A&M: Which Aggie should the Cowboys most fear?

OSU POINT/COUNTERPOINT – Texas A&M running back Cyrus Gray and receiver Jeff Fuller are dangerous in their own ways. But who is more dangerous to Oklahoma State?
By JOHN HELSLEY and BERRY TRAMEL, Staff Writers By JOHN HELSLEY BY BERRY TRAMEL Published: September 23, 2011

The crosshairs will be fixed on Cyrus Gray Saturday, with a gang of guys in Orange (or white or gray, but surely not black?) zeroing in on his No. 32.

And for good reason: Gray holds the key to A&M's offense.

The Aggies have an array of weapons, including one of the nation's best wideouts in Jeff Fuller and an efficient quarterback in Ryan Tannehill.

But to keep pace in what many expect will be a shootout with the Cowboys, the Aggies need all cylinders firing.

And that starts with Gray and the ground game, delivering balance and preventing defenses from applying pressure to the passing game.

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