Texas State Bobcats vs Texas A&M Aggies – Live StreamAugust 25, 2019
Texas State Bobcats AT Texas A&M Aggies
Thu, Aug 29, 2019 NCAA FB GameTrax – 2019 Week 1
Kyle Field – College Station, Texas
School STATION – Multi week isolates Texas A&M from its season opener against Texas State. Fall camp is finished and game arrangement has started.
Here are five takeaways from A&M’s opening question and answer session on Thursday:
Aggies not sitting above Bobcats
Texas A&M may have greater fish to sear than Texas State this season, yet the Aggies aren’t looking past the Bobcats, even with a date against No. 1 Clemson approaching on Sept. 7.
“I don’t see it, I guarantee you that,” Fisher said. “We haven’t discussed Clemson one time and won’t.”
The players themselves resounded Fisher in staying bolted on each game.
“Each adversary is the equivalent to me,” junior wide collector Cam Buckley said. “We must go into each game treating it the equivalent. Mentor Fisher, he cherishes Michael Jordan since Michael Jordan never let his foot off the pedal. On the off chance that he won by 20, he needed to win by 40, so I feel like that is the way we’re going into Game 1. It is anything but a major group, however of course, it’s a game.”
Junior security Keldrick Carper noticed the group is as yet attempting to discover its way of life as the season-opener draws near.
“We’re not depending on who we may have been a year ago,” Carper said. “Regardless we’re attempting to make sense of what our identity is, so it’s simply going to be a confirmation of the work we’ve placed in and the way of life we’ve been attempting to spread out as a group.”
WR Kendrick Rogers’ status still questionable
Redshirt junior Kendrick Rogers has missed the greater part of fall camp because of leg damage, and Jimbo Fisher said Thursday the Aggies’ feature reel pass catcher is still everyday as game week draws near.
“He’s showing signs of improvement, so we’ll see,” Fisher said.
Rogers is recorded as a starter on the Aggies’ profundity diagram, yet Fisher is sure about the position whether the 6-5 wideout plays or not.
“Recipient insightful, we’re extremely satisfied with the profundity,” Fisher said. “Our young folks that have come in have played great and in the most recent week or somewhere in the vicinity, you can truly observe it beginning to meet up.”
“On the off chance that Kendrick misses the primary game, it doesn’t avoid a beat,” Buckley said. “We’re going to miss him most certainly on the grounds that he’s a major playmaker, however we will go out there and play the game how we should.”
Rookies procure beginning spots
A&M marked the country’s No. 3 enrolling class in 2019, and two of those underwriters will begin next Thursday, including 5-star hostile lineman Kenyon Green.
“Kenyon’s worked admirably,” Fisher said. “He’s been physical inside, been steady generally. As a first year recruit, once in a while, you’ll have some little botches and once you show him things, he once in a while commits a similar error twice.”