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Texas A&M Football

Narrow loss to No. 2 Clemson leaves Aggies determined, not satisifed

September 9, 2018

Kellen Mond paused for a split second. It was one of the few times the Texas A&M sophomore quarterback hesitated on Saturday night.

Then, in the post game press conference Mond delivered accurately just like he did so often in Texas A&M’s 28-26 loss to second-ranked Clemson.

Asked if he felt that A&M was the better team — at least on this night at Kyle Field — Mond was right on target.

“I always feel like we’re the better team,” Mond said. “I think we played our hearts out tonight.

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