The first few games of the season haven’t been kind to Texas A&M. After its massive meltdown against UCLA, the Aggies barely got past Nicholls State.
Saturday, the team was down 21-14 to Louisiana at halftime. Frustrations boiled over in front of the cameras, which caught an unkind gesture made toward the Texas A&M faithful by an Aggies player.
Double middle fingers to your own fans. pic.twitter.com/dWhNKSIfaQ
— Javi (@RivalsJavi) September 16, 2017
Good luck dude… pic.twitter.com/ynE0B57WLp
— Jeff Rice (@AgNLA) September 16, 2017
Texas A&M lists two players who wear No. 40 on the roster, but the perpetrator looks like freshman wide receiver Will Gunnell. This could get messy, as Gunnell’s younger brother, Grant, is a 4-star QB in the Class of 2019 who is already committed to Texas A&M.
While most players are walking off dejected with their heads down, No. 40 looks up and gives not one, but two birds in the air on national television. For a coach now squarely on the hot seat and guiding a struggling program at the moment, this isn’t a good look.