Rain doesn’t dampen Aggie Spirit
Written by HMG Staff on 09/09/2018
The Coaches’ Trophy and 104,000 fans filled Kyle Field expecting a show. What they got was a game both teams will point to as the beginning of their season.
One year ago the second half of Aggie Football was difficult to watch but under Jimbo Fisher the entire country was glued to their seats.
Aggie quarterback Kellen Mond excited the crowd with over 400 passing yards.
WR Kendrick Rogers emerged as a potential superstar. His spectacular catches showed the country what a cross between Gumby and Stretch Armstrong would look like.
The Aggie defense looked good against a high caliber offense and got stronger in the fourth quarter when the team needed it most. While they are not yet the Wrecking Crew, they have begun to make a case for it.
The only hint of displeasure amongst Aggie fans was over a dubious touch back that broke in Clemson’s direction.
Fans left Kyle Field hopeful and ready to see what their team will do in the SEC West.
By: HMG Staff Writer – Justin Houck