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Texas A&M Football

Aggies have found treatment for common (football) season malady

November 20, 2019

It is a seasonal malady that typically infects young college football players about mid-October. Its symptoms include fatigue, conclusion and declining statistics.

Causes can be linked to unaccustomed demands and better competition.

This malady, of course, is well known as “The Freshman Wall.”

First-year players sometimes get off to fast starts in their careers. Yet, at some point, they frequently hit the proverbial wall. Their productivity grows stagnant. Their roles decrease.

A&M junior Jhamon Ausbon proved immune to The Freshman Wall.

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