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Texas A&M quarterback Kellen Mond and coach Kevin Sumlin look on before the game against Louisiana-Lafayette.

Fan Sound Off: Texas A&M fans see bright side in dominant second half

Maybe Texas A&M isn’t going to make it easy on its fans this season. But the game Saturday wasn’t quite the roller-coaster the Aggies took their fans on the first two weeks.

Texas A&M trailed visiting Louisiana-Lafayette by seven points at halftime Saturday before scoring the final 31 in winning 45-21.

The Aggies are 2-1 after a devastating Week 1 loss to UCLA and a narrow win against Nicholls State in Week 2.

Here’s how Texas A&M fans reacted to the victory. Join the conversation here.

Editor’s note: All comments taken from Texas A&M Aggies – SEC Country verbatim. Only edits are for spelling.

Belle Burley:Nice to see that Our Aggies Never gave in nor did they give up!!!! WTG TEAM AND Coach Sumlin!!! Great Game!!! Whoop!!

Eric Brandl:Some bright spots with Mond showing some leadership. You can’t expect a kid to have those skills 3 games in.

Adam Allred:Score doesn’t tell the full story. Aggies still looked pretty bad. SEC play is gonna be ugly.

Braxton Gonzalez:They looked terrible the first half. Needed to get the run game established.

Ken Eberspacher: I am ready to see TAMU to play all 4 quarters of the football game.

Erich Rodriguez:On to the next one… week by week Gig’em

Kelwin Prater:They must have read all the tweets at halftime.

Billy Holder: Really? Really? Come on y’all… let’s pump the breaks. It was the RAGIN CAJUNS! LOL. Simmer down

Mark Goss: It looks like Mond may develop into a good passer after all.

Julie Harris Rice:Thank goodness!! Got back to our running game!!

John Sager:So proud of my Aggies!

Justin Bendele: Way to get it done! We finished the game, great half!

Russell Martin: Wow, we got a stable of running backs.

Andy Martinez:The 2nd half is a small sample of what this team is capable of. A lot of young raw talent on the team. Let’s hope the momentum carries over vs Arky next week.

Vinessa Archer:Aggies don’t quit. Still lots to learn