Texas A&M Aggies Daily Blitz – 9/21/21 – Aggies 34, Lobos 0; What Went Right, What Went Wrong

The Aggies are 3-0 on the young season with outstanding performances by the defense, but there are still plenty of things to work on entering SEC play.

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The Texas A&M Aggies didn’t have the best showing in Week 2 against the Colorado Buffaloes. Both sides of the ball played much better in Week 3, but there are still glaring issues for head coach Jimbo Fisher to address.
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The dominant defense and inconsistent offense recipe won’t win many games in the SEC, which is where the Aggies find themselves for the Week 4 matchup with Arkansas in the Southwest Classic at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Sept. 25.

Offseason questions about the offensive line remain, and now we can lump tight end Jalen Wydermyer in that discussion too, because he’s not his old self right now. Despite putting up 429 yards on 67 offensive plays, the A&M offensive line struggled terribly, especially in the first half.

The defense was good, of course, against New Mexico, with the shutout, but there were other Aggies bright spots for the day.

We see now why quarterback Zach Calzada was in contention to be the starter all offseason. His performance against New Mexico was what we all thought we would see when he came in for the injured Haynes King against Colorado.

We also now see why head coach Jimbo Fisher is so high on his young up-and-coming wide receivers, as Demond Demas and Moose Muhammad III both showed flashes on Saturday.