Aggies look to take step forward against Louisiana-Lafayette

Aggies look to take step forward against Louisiana-Lafayette

Aggies look to take step forward against Louisiana-Lafayette

With the loss of starting quarterback Nick Starkel, the Aggies have.

Following an ugly two-game stretch to open the season, the Texas A&M Aggies will look for some signs of life when they host the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns on Saturday afternoon in College Station.

If there's a bright side for Gunnell, it's that his coach, Kevin Sumlin, will be far more villified should Texas A&M fail to mount a comeback. "They have dynamic players and do a nice job on special teams".

Although Sumlin said the entire team needs to improve, he was especially hard on the offensive line after the group allowed four sacks last week.

The Aggies' next opportunity to showcase that improvement comes with another home contest against a non-Power Five opponent as Louisiana-Lafayette comes to Kyle Field Saturday for an 11 a.m. kickoff.

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But freshman wide receiver Will Gunnell probably got himself into some trouble with his expression of frustration.

The Aggies (1-1) are hopeful that Hubenak, who outplayed Mond against Nicholls, will be available for A&M's SEC opener in one week against Arkansas in Arlington's AT&T Stadium.

Late in the second half of Texas A&M's first game of the season two weeks ago at UCLA, the Aggies were sitting on a 44-10 lead, having dominated the entire game against the Bruins.

Mond led the way for the Aggies, completing 21-of-34 passes for 301 yards and 3 touchdowns, while Kendall Bussey rushed for 88 yards on 13 attempts.

Without Hubenak, the only other scholarship quarteraback is true freshman Connor Blumrick who missed most of his senior year at Pearland with an injury.

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