Texas A&M's Will Gunnell Flips Fans The Double Bird

Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Jake Hubenak jogs off the field following Texas A&M's 24-14 win over Nicholls State at Kyle Field in College Station Texas on Saturday

Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Jake Hubenak jogs off the field following Texas A&M's 24-14 win over Nicholls State at Kyle Field in College Station Texas on Saturday

And on a sweltering Saturday afternoon, the Aggies needed to experience a rough first half against ULL before they woke from their slumber. The Ragin' Cajuns responded with two touchdown throws by Davis - an 8-yarder to Ryheem Malone before a 13-yard scoring pass to Barnes made it 21-14 with 11 seconds left in the half.

Hubenak is the second Texas A&M quarterback to go down with an injury, after redshirt freshman Nick Starkel broke his ankle in the season opener vs UCLA.

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

Here's who will be on the call for Texas A&M vs. Louisiana. With the Aggies down 21-14 at home to the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns, many Texas A&M players weren't happy, and Gunnell expressed that with a double bird, which appears to have been flipped at his own fans.

"We're just trying to find the best combination of starting five that will produce the best right now", junior offensive lineman Conner Lanfear said.

A look at all the action from the third weekend of the season in the SEC.

Defensively, the Aggies have controlled the line of scrimmage in dominating fashion.

Texas A&M ended up outgaining Louisiana, in terms of total offense, 480-309, including a 179-93 edge in rushing yards, as well as a 301-216 advantage in passing yards. A&M built a 44-10 lead late in the third quarter before the Bruins mounted a 35-point comeback, the second-largest in major college football history.

A&M's young team has shown the ability to play very well for a couple of quarters this season.

"If you're inconsistent going into SEC play, that's going to be bad", Dodson said.

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