Texas A&M is now below .500 on the season with losses to Appalachian State and South Carolina. Tell any Aggies fan that preseason and they’d laugh in your face.

But it’s just reality now for the Aggies. Head coach Jimbo Fisher explained what went wrong for Texas A&M postgame Saturday evening. Essentially, Fisher’s message was that it is not time to panic.

As Texas A&M started to gain momentum, Aggies starting QB Haynes King suffered what appeared to be a non-contact throwing arm injury, almost as if he threw his arm out following a throw across his body.

Fisher spoke on his injury heading into the game, as well as how backup quarterback Conner Weigman played in his stead:

Texas A&M has found it hard to not be battling 2 different opponents as the season goes along: The other team and itself. The Aggies had a lot of self-inflicted errors Saturday:

Here’s more from Fisher’s postgame press conference.