COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) -- A few days after No. 16 Texas A&M beat Auburn 63-21, coach Kevin Sumlin wasn't patting himself on the back for a job well done.
He was looking for ways to make his powerful offense even better.
The Aggies are tied for fifth in the nation in total offense and are third in the country in scoring. But Sumlin, known for leading the nation in offense while at Houston, wants more.
Players agree, and receiver Uzoma Nwachukwu says if they can do the little things better: "We will be a tough offense to handle."
The Aggies on Saturday will face No. 17 Mississippi State, whose first loss of the season came last week against top-ranked Alabama.