The Texas A&M Football team came into their matchup against New Mexico in dire need of a big win. After a blowout against Kent State in Week 1, the Aggies skidded to victory against Colorado with their backup quarterback.
There was no option for Texas A&M in their Week 3 matchup against New Mexico. Even a close victory would have sent a wave of worry over the Aggie fanbase. Thankfully, Jimbo Fisher understands this better than everybody.
The Texas A&M Football team gave coaches, fans, and players hope that they’re still a contender
Texas A&M walked onto Kyle Field and gave fans as much of a confidence-building victory as possible. Granted, their opponent in New Mexico is one of the worst programs in the country when they face top-25 opponents. Still, A&M asserted its dominance.
In the contest, they outgained the Lobos 429 to 122, proving that their opponent didn’t stand a chance. The final score would be 34-0, with the Aggies sending the New Mexico Football team home with frowns on their faces.
If there were any worries that this team wasn’t talented enough to make the College Football Playoff this season, they’re gone. A&M looked as good as can be. After a week of preparation without their starting quarterback, the team looked great again.
And in such a dominating victory, there were a handful of exciting plays, first-time appearances, and positive notes. Today, I’m going to go over the three best parts of A&M’s blowout win over New Mexico.