Saturday came and went, and we all saw Clemson win 24-10 over the Texas A&M Aggies. I know Texas A&M covered the point spread, but I really thought they had a shot at winning the game and stealing some early season confidence from the Tigers.
There isn’t much to say. Against a team like Clemson, you have to play a perfect game. Kellen Mond, the Texas A&m quarterback turned the ball over twice. He threw an interception late in the game in Clemson territory, and he fumbled ball early on. I’m not putting the loss on his shoulders, but like I said, you can’t turn the ball over and expect to beat the best team in the country.
I didn’t actually watch the game, but I did see the highlights, and I saw enough to know Clemson pretty much dominated the game. The score made it look closer than it was, but Texas A&M scored a touchdown with a few seconds left in the game. In my book, it was a 24-3 game, and defensively, Clemson dominated.
Offensively, Trevor Lawrence, played okay. He had a rushing touchdown, and one passing. Clemson WR Justyn Ross had 7 catches for 94 yards and a touchdown.