COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) – Loss or not, it may be hard for fans to move on after an epic game like the one they saw at Kyle Field Saturday, but like most teams, Aggies players told the media today they have a 24-hour rule. The window on Clemson has closed, and now they look toward Louisiana-Monroe at Kyle Field Saturday.
But that doesn't mean we have to abide by their rule, because their battle with the Tigers Saturday is one that won't soon be forgotten.
The Aggies fell behind by 15 points in the second half twice before narrowing the margin to two with the final score of 28-26.
The 12th man showed up in a big way, even in the rain.
Jimbo Fisher wishes he had more of an opportunity to take it all in.
"I don't mean this in a bad way, I love the fans they were unbelievably supportive and everybody stood there in the rain, but I was looking ahead in the rain. I wasn't looking up. I hate to say that. Sometimes I get so enamored in the moment in the moment that I don't see it. But I know from the recruits and the people and everybody there that everybody there was just enamored. Some people that I know that are friends and family in that atmosphere came back and said this is utterly amazing Jimbo did you see this? I said no. But the atmosphere and environment was tremendous. Like I say the fan base here is second to none, there's no doubt. They deserve for us to figure out a way to win that dadgone football game."
The next football game is Saturday at 6:30 against Louisiana-Monroe on the SEC Network.