Louisiana tied it at the 14:10 mark of the second quarter, when Trey Ragas completed a 4-play, 12-yard drive with a 3-yard touchdown run, evening up the score at 7-7.
Texas A&M melted down in its season opener at UCLA by blowing a 34-point lead late in the third quarter en route to a 45-44 loss.
But it certainly looks like the sections on both sides are full of A&M fans, not Ragin' Cajuns' fans, and it definitely looks like he's taking pains to flip them off.
Texas A&M went into halftime down 21-14 against Louisiana-Lafayette, resulting in plenty of disappointment from the home fans. That was the program's third-most yards in seven seasons under coach Mark Hudspeth and their most since gaining 620 yards against Nicholls State in 2013.
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. Walk-on Colton Taylor of Memorial High is another option on Saturday, should Mond struggle as he did in the second half against Nicholls. Running back Jacob Kibodi, another 2017 signee, accounted for 101 of A&M's 179 yards. "Not yet", Sumlin said. And true freshman Anthony Hines tallied six tackles, with two of those coming behind the line of scrimmage.
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Even in the midst of a pleasant outcome, A&M knows it needs to find consistency soon.
A&M's young team has shown the ability to play very well for a couple of quarters this season.
Look for A&M to try and quell some nerves and put up some points in this one.
"If you're inconsistent going into SEC play, that's going to be bad", Dodson said.