DALLAS (FWAA) – The Texas A&M Aggies
rolled up 543 total yards against No. 4 Florida, and a field goal
as time expired gave them a 41-38 win, their first win over a top-five
team since 2014 to earn the Reveal Suits National Team of
the Week honor for games of the weekend of Oct. 10, as
selected by the Football Writers Association of America.
This is the sixth time for Texas A&M to earn the Team of
the Week honor and first since 2014. All Division I FBS and FCS
schools are eligible to be selected. This is the 19th season for
the FWAA to award a Team of the Week.
In a game in which quarterback Kellen Mond became A&M's all-time
leader in career passing yards – his 338 yards upped his career
total to 8,224 – it was sophomore running back Isaiah Spiller's
174 rushing yards and sophomore wide receiver Caleb Chapman's 151
receiving yards that did the most damage. The Aggies had never had
a 150-yard rusher and 150-yard receiver in the same game prior to
Mond's 51-yard touchdown pass to Chapman with 4:30 to go rallied
the Aggies to a 38-38 tie. Florida was driving when Buddy Johnson
forced a fumble recovered by A&M. That set up an eight-play,
40-yard drive ending in Seth Small's 26-yard field goal to win it.
Texas A&M was 12-of-15 on third-down conversions in the game.
The win was A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher's first over a top-five
program in his three seasons there, the Aggies' first over a top-five
program since toppling No. 3 Auburn in 2014, and the first such
win at Kyle Field since beating No. 1 Oklahoma in 2002.
The Aggies play at Mississippi State on Saturday.
The other National Team of the Week nominee for the weekend of
Oct. 10 is:
• Missouri (1-2): Mizzou's defense limited
LSU to 49 rushing yards and used a last-minute goal-line stand
to top the defending national champions, 45-41, and give head
coach Eliah Drinkwitz his first win at the school. In the final
minute at the Missouri one-yard line, the Tigers defense stuffed
two runs for no gain, then broke up back-to-back passes to seal
the win. Missouri posted 586 total offense yards – 406 through
the air in quarterback Connor Bazelak's second career start
– and its 45 points were the most scored against LSU in 13 seasons.
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Founded in 1941, the Football Writers Association of America consists of 1,400 men and women who cover college football.
The membership includes journalists, broadcasters and publicists, as well as key
executives in all the areas that involve the game. The FWAA works to govern areas
that include game-day operations, major awards and its annual All-America team.
For more information about the FWAA and its award programs, contact Steve Richardson