Jimbo Fisher frustrated with Aggies first-half performance against Alabama
Alabama has looked impressive in the first half against Texas A&M on the road in College Station, with the exception of allowing a long touchdown drive to start the game, as the Crimson Tide have control at the halftime break up 24-10.
Tua Tagovailoa continues his assault on the Alabama record books as the junior signal-caller has completed 13 of 19 passes for 161 yards and three touchdowns in the first half. The QB’s first interception of the season came just before halftime. Kellen Mond has completed nine of 14 throws for 101 yards thus far.
The Aggies attempted to steal some late first-half momentum following the end zone interception of Tagovailoa but Jimbo Fisher’s offense could not score a touchdown before the halftime break after driving the length of the field for a field goal.
On his way to the locker room for the halftime break, Jimbo Fisher expressed the frustration he felt with his team’s performance in the first half.
— SEConCBS (@SEConCBS) October 12, 2019