Coach Jimbo Fisher watched his team fall at Clemson on Saturday as the Aggies fell behind in the first half, and couldn’t muster a comeback at No. 1 Clemson in a 24-10 loss.

The Aggies talked all week of an upset didn’t last very long as they trailed 17-3 by halftime.

Texas A&M QB Kellen Mond struggled throughout the game and finished 24-for-42 passing for 236 yards, a TD and an interception, though plenty of those yards came late in the game.

Here’s what Fisher told reporters after the game, including TexAgs:

  • In college football, momentum is huge. They made more momentum plays than we did.
  • We have a good football team. Winning is a learned behavior and you have to get to where you can make those critical plays at critical times to come up with the win.
  • I don’t know (about OL issues). We just have to look at the tape and see what the issues are and what we need to fix.