20 facts from Texas A&M’s 41-7 win over Texas State

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The Texas A&M Aggies prevailed 41-7 over the Texas State Bobcats Thursday night at Kyle Field. Here are 20 facts from the game courtesy of Texas A&M football communications:

22 facts

  1. Texas A&M’s four interceptions were the most for the team in a game since tallying four against Texas in 2006.
  2. The Aggies racked up 400-plus yards of total offense for the sixth consecutive game and the 11th time in the Jimbo Fisher era (14 games)
  3. Texas A&M is currently on a five-game win streak, the longest active streak in the SEC.
  4. After recording just three interceptions in the first 10 games of the Jimbo Fisher era, the Aggies have eight INTs over the last four games.
  5. The Aggies are 7-4 all-time in the month of August, winning each of their last four games played in August.
  6. Kenyon Green became the first Aggie true freshman offensive lineman to start the season opener since Keaton Sutherland in 2015, a 38-16 win over No. 15 Arizona State at NRG Stadium in Houston.
  7. Junior OL Carson Green made his 17th consecutive start, the longest active Aggie streak.
  8. Sophomore S Leon O’Neal, Jr. has started each of the last two games for A&M and has recorded an interception in each start, the only interceptions of his career.
  9. Junior WR Jhamon Ausbon’s 40-yard grab in the first quarter marked a career long. Ausbon eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark in career receiving yards with 1,021 at game’s end.
  10. Junior CB Myles Jones’ two INTs against Texas State marked the first time an A&M player has had multiple interceptions in a game since Armani Watts on Sept. 16, 2017 (2).
  11. Freshman RB Isaiah Spiller rushed for 106 yards against Texas State, making him the fourth A&M freshman all-time to rush for over 100 yards in their debut. This was the first time it has happened since Kwame Etwi ran for 116 yards against Ball State on Sept. 12, 2015.
  12. Spiller’s 85-yard breakaway in the third quarter is the longest run by a freshman in their debut. It is also tied for the 10th longest rush in a game all-time at A&M, fourth longest by a freshman.
  13. Sophomore RB Jashaun Corbin record his first 100-yard rushing game, finishing with 103 yards.
  14. Corbin (103) and Spiller (106) became the first pair to run for 100 yards in the same game since Kellen Mond and Keith Ford did so against Arkansas on Sept. 23, 2017.
  15. Corbin finished the game with two touchdowns, marking the first multi-touchdown game of his career. His 3-yard grab in the end zone in the second quarter was the first receiving touchdown of his career.
  16. Junior QB Kellen Mond moved into eighth place all-time on the Aggies’ career passing touchdowns list with a 21-yard pass to junior WR Quartney Davis in the first quarter. He currently has 35 career touchdown passes.
  17. Mond moved into eighth place all-time on the Aggies’ career total offense list with 5,515 yards. He tallied 219 yard against the Bobcats.
  18. Senior CB Roney Elam recorded his first career INT when he picked off Texas State QB Tyler Vitt and returned it 24 yards late in the second quarter. Elam added his first career sack when he took down Vitt for a 5-yard loss in the first quarter.
  19. Junior LB Braden White made his debut as the 12th Man.
  20. Head coach Jimbo Fisher is now 9-1 in season openers, including a perfect 6-0 in season openers played at home.