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  10/23/20 - Bobby Brown IIIJr/2022, Texas AM, 6-3, 325 (DS#5 DT) + More +

  In today's football, if a sack occurs without a celebration, is it even really a sack? Following in this ritual, Texas A&M defensive tackle Bobby Brown III initiated a high-knee stomping routine after tackling Florida quarterback Kyle Trask late in the third quarter of the Aggies' 41-38 win. The result was an injured leg, that kept him out of Saturday's win at Mississippi State. Head coach Jimbo Fisher said Monday that he doesn't fault Brown for getting caught up in the excitement of the moment. "It's hard to say, 'Guys, don't enjoy making a play,'" Fisher said. "This game is so hard to prepare for to play. The rigors of playing football and the physicality of practice - not to enjoy the moment you have success on the field, but you have to keep it in temperament and pray to God your guy doesn't get hurt." Fisher said Brown is "fine," but held himself out of the Mississippi State game saying he wasn't ready. "He didn't feel like he could go in the game, so he should be ready to go this week, hopefully," Fisher said. Brown has nine tackles this season, including the one sack and a quarterback hurry. In three seasons, he's made 44 tackles, four tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks. Teammate Lloyd, who will start at Utah's other starting linebacker spot for the second straight year, has similar thoughts about Sewell. He sees the position a better fit for Sewell. "He's very aggressive downhill, great tackler, great in space. So I think that element has helped us in terms of bringing that to the room," Lloyd said. In three games with the Utes last season, Sewell netted 14 tackles at safety. From 2017-18, he played in 23 games for Nevada - racking up 111 tackles during his time in Reno. - Bryan/College Station Eagle

(DS#5 DT) Jr/2022 DT Bobby Brown IIITexas AM
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  10/20/20 - DeMarvin LealSo/2023, Texas AM, 6-3, 290 (DS#9 DE) + More +

  Texas A&M's first win at Davis Wade Stadium since 2012 started and ended with the defensive line Saturday. The Aggie defensive front recorded six sacks, forced a fumble and brought pressure that resulted in an interception in the 28-14 win. Defensive coordinator Mike Elko dialed up a three-man rush on most plays, leaving eight players to drop into coverage against Mississippi State's passing attack. With junior defensive tackle Bobby Brown out, Jayden Peevy anchored the middle of a three-man front, next to a rotating medley of ends. Defensive end DeMarvin Leal had the biggest impact on the Bulldog passing game, recording a sack, a tackle for loss and three quarterback hurries in the game. - Bryan/College Station Eagle

(DS#9 DE) So/2023 DE DeMarvin LealTexas AM
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  10/19/20 - Jayden PeevySr/2021, Texas AM, 6-5, 295 (DS#48 DT) + More +

  OCT 19 SEC DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Jayden Peevy, DT, Texas A&M ,...The defensive tackle recorded five tackles on the day to go along with one quarterback sack of nine yards...Also recovered a fumble and returned it 19 yards. - SEC Football

(DS#48 DT) Sr/2021 DT Jayden PeevyTexas AM
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  10/17/20 - Isaiah SpillerSo/2023, Texas AM, 6-0, 225 (DS#15 RB) + More +

  Texas A&M controlled the line of scrimmage and the clock. Isaiah Spiller ran for 114 yards and two touchdowns and Kellen Mond threw for two scores to help the No. 11 Aggies beat Mississippi State 28-14 on Saturday. Texas A&M (3-1) led 14-0 at the half and had 325 yards of total offense in the game. Ainias Smith caught five passes for 20 yards and a touchdown. Chase Lane caught two passes, including a 51-yard touchdown reception in the opening minutes of the third quarter. Mississippi State (1-3) had little offensive rhythm for the third straight game. The Bulldogs' first touchdown came on Emmanuel Forbes' interception return in the third quarter. - AP College Football

(DS#15 RB) So/2023 RB Isaiah SpillerTexas AM
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  10/16/20 - Caleb ChapmanrSo/2023, Texas AM, 6-4, 195 (DS#999 WR) + More +

  Wide receivers don't grow on trees, they're developed. It's a process Texas A&M has had to accelerate this season and the Aggies might have to amp it up even more. A&M, which already had lost four of the seven underclassmen listed at wide receiver on last year's depth chart for the Texas Bowl, lost another one with sophomore Caleb Chapman suffering a major injury in last week's 41-38 victory over Florida. Chapman accounted for 28% of A&M's offense in the game with nine receptions for 151 yards with two touchdowns. It was the most productive game by an A&M receiver in 29 games under head coach Jimbo Fisher. Chapman was complemented by Chase Lane and Ainias Smith, who combined for nine catches for 105 yards with a touchdown, along with tight end Jalen Wydermyer who had five receptions for 53 yards. Throw in Isaiah Spiller's 174 yards rushing with two touchdowns and the offense looked promising considering all are underclassmen. Chapman's emergence also offset the departure of senior Jhamon Ausbon, the team's leading receiver last year who opted out during fall camp.

Chapman was injured on a 51-yard touchdown catch that tied the game at 38. "It looks like he has an injury and he'll probably be out for the rest of the year," Fisher said. It's Chapman's second major injury. He played two games as a true freshman in 2018 before suffering a season-ending injury. He played in 11 games last season with one start. He had only one catch for 6 yards. Chapman took to social media to thank everyone for prayers and support. "Without the lows the highs mean nothing," he said. "Bounce back gonna be scary. See you then." - Bryan/College Station Eagle


(DS#999 WR) rSo/2023 WR Caleb ChapmanTexas AM
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  10/15/20 - Kellen MondSr/2021, Texas AM, 6-3, 217 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  Last week Mond passed Johnson's career completion mark of 650. After Saturday, Mond has completed 680 career passes. Mond completed 25 of 35 passes for 338 yards and three touchdowns Saturday. His passer rating of 180.8 is the second highest of his career, bested only by his 202.4 performance against Mississippi State last season in a 23-17 win. "My heart hurts for my [Florida Gators] but credit to [Kellen Mond] for a great game," former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow tweeted. "Worked so hard for this moment in the offseason." Mond now looks to the career record for touchdown passes. He sits eight behind Johnson's record of 67.

After Saturday's game, Mond was presented with the game ball, which he said he will keep forever. However, it is after a career has come to a close that players can reflect on such accomplishments, A&M head coach Fisher said, a philosophy which Mond shares. "That's awesome," Fisher said of the record. "You sit back and look at records when you retire and you're done and you're proud of them. You achieve them as you go. Just like in a game, you don't worry about winning the game - you worry about the process of each play. What you accumulate in between you look at when it's all said and done, and that's what he's doing right now. That doesn't even phase him. "I'm very proud of him. He's making a lot of strides as a player, as a quarterback and as a leader in so many different ways. Still a lot of ball and a lot of growth we can still have." - Bryan/College Station Eagle


(DS#4 QB) Sr/2021 QB Kellen MondTexas AM
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  10/15/20 - Isaiah SpillerSo/2023, Texas AM, 6-0, 225 (DS#15 RB) + More +

  As the game wore on, Texas A&M turned to the legs of Isaiah Spiller to continue moving the ball in the Aggies' 41-38 win over No. 4 Florida on Saturday at Kyle Field. The sophomore tailback chomped through the Gator defense for 174 yards on a career-high 27 carries. Spiller averaged 6.4 yards per attempt and scored twice. "Isaiah was awesome today," A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher said. "Ran the ball hard and physical against a very good, physical defense, and I'm very proud of him. That's a big-time effort today." Early in the fourth quarter, Spiller bounced off a defender on a fourth-and-2 run and dashed into the end zone for a 19-yard touchdown run that gave the Aggies their first lead of the game. Spiller said A&M's offensive line made his job easy.

"We had momentum going," Spiller said. "Cagan [Baldree] came around, he made a good block, and then the O-line did their job. I just ran and did my job, bounced off that tackle and ran into the end zone." Overall A&M ran 38 times for 205 yards with the majority of it coming from Spiller in the second half, when he gained 133 yards on 20 carries. "It was huge, especially starting that second half and when we started getting the run game going," A&M quarterback Kellen Mond said. "Florida got in multiple different looks to try and stop that run, and they were never able to capitalize." - Bryan/College Station Eagle


(DS#15 RB) So/2023 RB Isaiah SpillerTexas AM
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  10/12/20 - Kellen MondSr/2021, Texas AM, 6-3, 217 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  OCT 12 SEC CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kellen Mond, QB, Texas A&M ,...Completed 25-of-35 passes for 338 yards and three touchdowns without turning the ball over against the third-ranked Florida Gators...His long pass was a 51-yard touchdown pass to Caleb Chapman to tie the game at 38 with 4:30 left on the clock. He also rushed the ball six times for a net of eight yards...Mond became the all-time leader in Texas A&M history with 8,224 passing yards during his 338-yard game against the Gators...He has now thrown for 300 yards or better against No. 2-ranked Alabama and No. 4-ranked Florida in back-to-back weekends. - SEC Football

(DS#4 QB) Sr/2021 QB Kellen MondTexas AM
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  10/10/20 - Kellen MondSr/2021, Texas AM, 6-3, 217 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  Isaiah Spiller rushed for 174 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 21 Texas A&M beat fourth-ranked Florida 41-38 on Seth Small's 26-yard field goal as time expired Saturday. Spiller helped get the Aggies get into position for Small's decisive kick, giving Jimbo Fisher his first win over a top-five team since taking over as Texas A&M coach. Kellen Mond threw a 51-yard pass to Caleb Chapman for a tying TD with about 4½ minutes to go. The Gators were driving when Buddy Johnson forced a fumble by Malik Davis, and it was recovered by DeMarvin Leal to set up the game-ending field goal.

Mond passed for 338 yards and three touchdowns to help the Aggies (2-1, 2-1 SEC) down the previously undefeated Gators (2-1, 2-1) Florida quarterback Kyle Trask had 312 yards passing and four TDs, but the Gators were done in by the late mistake and another poor performance by their defense. Chapman finished with nine receptions for 151 yards and two touchdowns as the Aggies bounced back from last week's lopsided loss to No. 2 Alabama. Leon O'Neal intercepted Trask on Florida's first drive of the second half, but the play was wiped away because of a hands-to-the-face penalty on Michael Clemons. There was a scuffle after a play later in that drive that resulted in unsportsmanlike conduct penalties for both teams. - AP College/Texas A&M Football


(DS#4 QB) Sr/2021 QB Kellen MondTexas AM
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  10/07/20 - Kellen MondSr/2021, Texas AM, 6-3, 217 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  Kellen Mond was a lot of people's preseason choice for the SEC's best quarterback. But with the loss to Alabama he is now 2-10 against ranked opponents. Mond has only rushed for 37 yards in two games but has thrown for four touchdowns, He also has a pick-six on his resume this season. Mond has to play better for A&M to remain among the ranked teams in America. - Gainesville Sun

(DS#4 QB) Sr/2021 QB Kellen MondTexas AM
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  10/06/20 - Kellen MondSr/2021, Texas AM, 6-3, 217 (DS#4 QB) + More +

  A&M senior quarterback Kellen Mond upped his total offensive yards to 9,307 against Alabama, joining Johnny Manziel as the only two quarterbacks in school history to compile over 9,000 yards in total offense in their careers. Mond finished the game with 318 passing yards, throwing for over 300 yards for the sixth time in his career. Mond's three touchdowns against the Crimson Tide matched his regulation career high single-game passing touchdowns. The only time Mond has thrown more than three touchdowns in a game was in the Aggies' seven-overtime win over LSU in 2018. - Bryan/College Station

(DS#4 QB) Sr/2021 QB Kellen MondTexas AM
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  10/06/20 - Jalen WydermyerSo/2023, Texas AM, 6-5, 265 (DS#1 TE) + More +

  Not surprisingly, Mond had a big game against Alabama because of those around him. Tight end Jalen Wydermyer, who will be in the NFL one day, had eight catches for 82 yards. But the big key was sophomore Ainias Smith, a budding star. The wide receiver-turned-running back had six catches for 123 yards and two scores. Redshirt freshman Chase Lane added six catches for 62 yards. That trio is only going to get better with experience. - Bryan/College Station

(DS#1 TE) So/2023 TE Jalen WydermyerTexas AM
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  10/06/20 - Jaylon JonesFr/2024, Texas AM, 6-1, 205 (DS#4 CB) + More +

  The secondary had little answer for Alabama quarterback Mac Jones and his speedy receivers. The Crimson Tide twice picked on Aggie freshman cornerback Jaylon Jones, including a 78-yard touchdown pass and run from Jones to John Metchie early in the first quarter. Later in the third quarter with Alabama facing a second-and22, speedster Jaylen Waddle burned through the middle of the Aggie defense and caught a pass behind everybody for an 87-yard score. Jones added a 63-yard TD pass to another wide-open Metchie in the fourth. Jones threw for 435 yards and four touchdowns as the Tide needed just 52 rushing yards through the first three quarters to seize control. Not a great look heading into another matchup with one of the Southeastern Conference's best passing offenses next week against Florida. - Bryan/College Station

(DS#4 CB) Fr/2024 CB Jaylon JonesTexas AM
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  10/05/20 - Grayson ReedrJr/2022, Texas AM, 6-4, 300 (DS#999 OG) + More +

  A cart was brought out to take Texas A&M offensive lineman Grayson Reed off the field in the first quarter of Saturday's game. Reed had tears in his eyes as the cart took him off the field. The injury occurred with 10:43 left in the first quarter on a Texas A&M field goal attempt. He appeared to collide with Alabama defensive back Daniel Wright. They put an air cast on Reed's leg. The game was scoreless at the time of the injury. Alabama defeated Texas A&M 52-24. Reed is a 6-foot-5, 300-pound junior from Cypress, Texas. - Montgomery Advertiser

(DS#999 OG) rJr/2022 OG Grayson ReedTexas AM
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  09/30/20 - Isaiah SpillerSo/2023, Texas AM, 6-0, 225 (DS#15 RB) + More +

  The SEC had only one team produce a 100-yard rusher in its opening week (Isaiah Spiller, Texas A&M), and everyone was critical of the Aggies grossly underperforming. By comparison, the pass-happy Big 12 had three 100-yard rushers for the second consecutive week. - Birmingham News

(DS#15 RB) So/2023 RB Isaiah SpillerTexas AM
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