Aggies get back to work hoping to solve late season issues

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) – So far late October and early November under Jimbo Fisher has looked a whole lot like late October and early November under Kevin Sumlin.

The Aggies have dropped two in a row, but they'll tell you they really haven't played that bad.

Fisher says his squad dominated Auburn for three and a half quarters, but just needs to learn how to finish.

The Tigers took advantage of a momentum changing interception thrown by Kellen Mond and put two touchdowns on the board to complete the comeback from 10-points down.

The players are frustrated and say all they can do is go back to work at practice and trust the process.

Linebacker Tyrel Dodson said, "I know all of my teammates are upset and all of my teammates are hungry. Sometimes in life you don't get the results. You put in all the work you've got to stay patient, you gotta continue to put in work every single week. Sooner or later God's going to give you that. Our time's not right now and it's going to be soon."

On paper it's a good chance to get back in the win column against the Ole Miss Rebels Saturday at 11 a.m.

You can see the game right here on KBTX, and we will get you ready for it with Aggie Gameday starting at 10.