With quarterback Bob Berry and halfbacks Louis Miller and Fay Wilson, A&M had a dangerous backfield. The team cruised in the opener when Wilson scored two first-quarter touchdowns en route to a 40-0 A&M win over Tartleton State. After being held scoreless in the first half, Berry scored twice and the Aggies scored five times, winning 33-0 over Trinity. The team blew out Southwestern 54-0, but lost captain T.L. Miller to a broken leg. A&M then beat Sewanee, 7-0, to move to 4-0. Wilson and Berry led an offensive attack in a 40-0 win over Arkansas Tech. A blocked punt gave A&M a 7-0 lead against SMU, but the Mustangs answered with a second-half touchdown to preserve a 7-7 tie. The following week, in the annual Cotton Palace contest, Baylor defeated the Aggies, 15-7. The Aggies bounced back the next week, walloping TCU 28-0 behind touchdowns from Wilson, Berry and Charlie Waugh. A&M eliminated Rice from conference contention with a 13-6 win. The team scored 13 unanswered in the fourth quarter, and Berry scored the game-winning touchdown. In the first game between the rivals at Memorial Stadium, UT upset the Aggies, 7-0. A late 52-yard touchdown pass from Rosy Stallter to Stookie Allen was the difference. The Aggies finished the season 7-2-1 but fourth in the conference, even after outscoring their opponents 229-35.