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Texas A&M Football

Offense in Review: No. 12 Texas A&M 41, Texas State 7

August 31, 2019

• All told, it was a good night for the Aggie offense in the season opener. The Ags moved the ball consistently, produced 41 points and would have had a lot more if not for their one shortcoming (some red zone misses) and managed 417 yards through three quarters of work with the starters. The Ags got it done through the air and, even though it may have been tougher than expected, on the ground and played very clean with just two offensive penalties for 10 total yards. They'll have to be a lot better to have a shot at knocking off the defending national champs next weekend, but Jimbo Fisher had to be at least mildly pleased with his unit's effort and production in game one.

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