Texas A&M came out swinging in the first half with 38 points and 342 total yards of offense.
Quarterback Nick Starkel looked poised before Kellen Mond took over as the rain drops started to fall with the Aggies already up 24-3.
Trayveon Williams was the main highlight reel of the half, racking up 188 yards on the ground including a 72-yard scamper. Keith Ford added another 77 yards and together the pair totaled five touchdowns in the first half
Yet, the Internet wasn’t so sure about the success of the team from College Station. The “September Aggies” have been hyped before and those behind a keyboard mixed skepticism with tempered optimism. Here’s a sampling of what was said in the first half.
Hello, Trayveon Williams. That guy can fly.
— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) September 4, 2017
TRAYVEON WILLIAMS pic.twitter.com/lZqVKQuUJJ
— TexAgs (@TexAgs) September 4, 2017
Quarter one status pic.twitter.com/yZxh9cMjaS
— cuppycup☕️ (@cuppycup) September 4, 2017
— Trevor Knight (@trevor_knight9) September 4, 2017
Seen this before in September, Aggies. You ain’t fooling me this time.
— Creg Stephenson (@CregStephenson) September 4, 2017
September Aggies are my favorite Aggies. https://t.co/SlUM5SnHh7
— Jon Lewis '15 (@JonLewis919) September 4, 2017
SEPTEMBER AGGIES ARE EXTREMELY BACK
— Dr. Saturday (@YahooDrSaturday) September 4, 2017
Never, ever bet against September Texas A&M. The Aggies are one of college football's teams every fall until they play Bama.
— Steve Helwick (@s_helwick) September 4, 2017
UCLA fans already trying to beat traffic… not good for Mora.
— Houston Kress (@VolRumorMill) September 4, 2017
The annual slobbering over Texas A&M by the national media has commenced. Give it four weeks.
— Robbie Faulk (@robbiefaulk247) September 4, 2017
Trayveon Williams is fantastic.
— Paolo Uggetti (@PaoloUggetti) September 4, 2017
Trayveon Williams ran so hard they gave him a damn scepter
— THICC KEN (@edsbs) September 4, 2017
Just gotta keep playing and applying pressure now if you're A&M. Don't let them breathe.
— Mark Passwaters (@mbpRivals) September 4, 2017
TEXAS A&M vs UCLA pic.twitter.com/eqQvyXaj0M
— Chris Vernon (@ChrisVernonShow) September 4, 2017
Running clock in the 2nd half?
— Peter Burns (@PeterBurnsESPN) September 4, 2017
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