COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Texas A&M freshman receiver Jeff Fuller is trying to treat Saturday's game against No. 6 Oklahoma like any other.
Fuller stands by his decision to attend A&M with no regrets,
even though the Aggies (4-5, 2-3) are rebuilding and may not even
make a bowl game.
Fuller, who leads the Aggies with seven touchdown receptions,
was a standout receiver at McKinney High School.
He verbally committed to Oklahoma, then switched to A&M after a
campus visit last December.
Fuller made the difficult call to Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops and
enrolled at A&M for the spring semester.
He's A&M's second-leading receiver this season, with 42 catches
for 535 yards.
The Sooners (8-1, 4-1) are the nation's third-best passing
offense, averaging 358.89 yards per game.
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