South Carolina has struggled to score many points in Will Muschamp’s first season as head coach, but it will likely need to do so if it hopes to stay in Saturday’s game against No. 9 Texas A&M.

The Gamecocks own wins over Vanderbilt and East Carolina, but Muschamp believes the Aggies are on a different level.

“Texas A&M is probably the most complete team we’ve seen this year,” Muschamp said on Wednesday’s SEC coaches teleconference. “Really a good-looking bunch on tape. We’ve got our work cut out for us, and we’re looking forward to getting back home to Williams-Brice.”

Texas A&M is fresh off of a strong victory against Arkansas and owns wins against Auburn and UCLA as well. Known for their offensive firepower in recent seasons, the Aggies’ defense has emerged as one of the SEC’s best, making them one of the more dangerous teams in the country.