Fan Sound Off: Texas A&M fans liking what they see but wary of Alabama next week

Texas A&M got the job done for a fourth consecutive week Saturday at home against South Carolina. The Aggies rallied from 10 points down and scored the final 17 points of the game for a 24-17 victory.

Kellen Mond threw for 159 yards and ran for 95, while Keith Ford added 70 on the ground and 2 touchdowns and Trayeon Williams ran for 56 and a score.

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Wade Dane:   Not bad especially considering how many true freshman are on the field for the Aggies offense, defense and special teams. This is the best defense against the run we have seen in a while. The future looks brighter with all these true freshmen playing regardless how the rest of the year goes.

Joel Santamaria:  Whoop!!!! Let’s hope this team can keep Alabama’s slaughter to a minimum.

Troy Baxter:   Front 4 was on point this week. 7 sacks is great against anyone.

James Blackwell:   This team is learning to win.

Gerry Heck:  Next week is the real test. Just FIGHT for 4 quarters that’s all I hope for.

Rodney Nemer:  Gig em! Need to run Keith Ford more in short yardage/red zone opps!

David Ward:  Good win with bama coming in next weekend

Jeff Kuykendall:   Any win in SEC play is a good win.

Barry Tims:  Ford is a freight train, and defense heavily improved and answered.

Chaz Goodwin:  Wasn’t the prettiest, but so much fight way to get the W. GiG Em Aggies!!!

Martha Clark Weynand:  GIG ‘EM AGGIES! They really had me worried for a while!

Carol Gary Clark:   Kirk as decoy … well OK, but cripes we need him!

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