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GALLERY: Football vs. Kent State

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Photo by Courtesy of Abbey Santoro/Texas A&M Division of Marketing & Communications

Head football coach Jimbo Fisher makes his way into Kyle Field for the first game of the season. 

The Texas A&M football team took on the Kent State Golden Flashes in their 2021 season opener. While the Aggies struggled to gain momentum in the first half of the game, the maroon and white took the win over Kent State with a score of 41-10. The season opener honored those who lost their lives during 9/11 and fans packed the bleachers of Kyle Field dressed in red, white and blue. The Texas A&M football team will travel to Colorado for their next game on Saturday, Sept. 11 to face the Colorado Buffaloes. 

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  • Junior wide receiver Ainias Smith was part of the starting lineup for the Aggies in the game against Kent State on Saturday, Sept. 4. 

  • Junior wide receiver Ainias Smith scored two touchdowns in Texas A&M’s season opener against Kent State on Saturday, Sept. 4. 

  • On Saturday, Sept. 4 Aggies filled the stands of Kyle Field wearing red, white and blue for the first home football game of the season. Aggies recreated the historic 2001 memorial game in honor of those who lost their lives on 9/11. 

    Photo by Courtesy of Abbey Santoro/Texas A&M Division of Marketing & Communications
  • The Texas A&M football team defeated the Kent State Golden Flashes with a score of 41-10. 

  • On Saturday, Sept. 4 Aggies filled the stands of Kyle Field wearing red, white and blue for the first home football game of the season. Aggies recreated the historic 2001 memorial game in honor of those who lost their lives on 9/11. 

    Photo by Courtesy of Abbey Santoro/Texas A&M Division of Marketing & Communications
  • Junior Connor Choate will represent the Texas A&M football team as the 12th man for the 2021-2022 season. 

  • Junior Connor Choate will represent the Texas A&M football team as the 12th man for the 2021-2022 season. 

  • Quarterback Haynes King threw a four yard touchdown pass to junior wide receiver Ainias Smith which was the only touchdown scored in the first half of the game. 

  • The nationally famous Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band performs their signature “Block T” during halftime. 

    Photo by Courtesy of Abbey Santoro/Texas A&M Division of Marketing & Communications
  • Texas A&M rushed for a total of 303 yards against the Golden Flashes. 

  • The Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band marched on Kyle Field during halftime where they performed their first drill of the season. 

  • Junior running back Isaiah Spiller recorded his 11th career 100-yard game in the Saturday, Sept. 4 victory over the Kent State Golden Flashes. 

  • After nearly a year of conference-only competition due to COVID-19, the Texas A&M football team faced their first non-SEC opponent for the first time since the 2021 Capital One Orange Bowl game vs. North Carolina. 

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