The 12th-ranked Texas A&M football team bagged its first win of the season 41-7 over former A&M offensive coordinator Jake Spavital and his Texas State Bobcats. Here are three quick takeaways from win No. 1:
By the end of the first quarter Thursday night at Kyle Field, Texas A&M sophomore tailback Jashaun Corbin had matched his single-game career high in carries with 10. He bettered his yardage total for a game midway through the second quarter at 64 yards.
Kellen Mond won’t have a chance to be the third- or fourth-best quarterback in the Southeastern Conference, let alone the No. 1 guy, if he doesn’t get better protection than he did against Texas State.