Texas A&M WR flips off fans running to locker room at halftime

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With his team down 21-14 against Louisiana - no, not LSU - at halftime, one player was spotted making obscene gestures on his way to the locker room.

Luckily for Gunnell, A&M has taken over in the second half and should coast to victory.

Not a great start to the season for the Aggies.

Coach Kevin Sumlin has been squarely in the crosshairs of Texas A&M fans and the media.

Texas A&M hosts Louisiana-Lafayette this Saturday before playing its SEC opener against Arkansas the following week in Arlington, Texas.

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The Aggies' next opportunity to showcase that improvement comes with another home contest against a non-Power Five opponent as Louisiana-Lafayette comes to Kyle Field Saturday for an 11 a.m. kickoff.

Freshman quarterback Kellen Mond is expected to get his second career start, and while Sumlin typically doesn't discuss injuries, senior Jake Hubenak is expected to sit out Saturday's game with a nagging shoulder ailment.

A look at all the action from the third weekend of the season in the SEC. They rank sixteenth in the nation so far this season in rushing defense with only 68.5 yards allowed per game, and the improved play of the linebacking corps has had a lot to do with that success. Kibodi had 101 yards on four carries to help the Aggies outgain Louisiana-Lafayette 331-82 in the second half.

Texas A&M tied things, 21-21, with a Mond 5-yard touchdown run at the 10:27 mark of the third quarter, before Mond threw his third touchdown pass of the game at the 6:23 mark of the third period, this one to Camron Buckley from 12 yards away, to give them a 28-21 lead.

Defensively, the Aggies have controlled the line of scrimmage in dominating fashion. Texas A&M survived a scare, winning 24-14.

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