Texas A&M Carries High Expectations Into Season

Texas A&M finished one spot shy of the College Football Playoff last season and closed 9-1 following a 41-27 win over North Carolina in the Orange Bowl. Coach Jimbo Fisher says one challenge this season will be replacing quarterback Kellen Mond.

Fisher voiced his support of a recent proposal to expand the College Football Playoff to 12 teams.

Fisher explains what it will take for A&M to be in the best position possible at the end of the season.

Fisher says having higher expectations requires having higher standards.

Texas A&M’s first game of the season is against Kent State. The Aggies travel to Columbia to play Mizzou October 16.