It’s safe to say someone will be issuing a statement about this at some point. Playing the lowly Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns, the Texas A&M Aggies appear to have their hands full. They surrendered 21-points in the second quarter and headed into the tunnel at halftime down by a touchdown.
Apparently some of the players are just as frustrated as the fans.
But freshman wide receiver Will Gunnell probably got himself into some trouble with his expression of frustration.
As the Aggies made their way back into the locker room, Gunnell aggressively flipped his middle finger up in the air and waved them like he had no regard for the repercussions to come.
— FanSportsClips (@FanSportsClips) September 16, 2017
Texas A&M is been something of a dumpster fire this year. They’re 1-1 and Kevin Sumlin could be on his way out as head coach. While Gunnell will receive the immediate backlash for his actions, ultimately anything that happens under Sumlin’s watch is his fault.
Fair or not, this will be another indictment on his inability to control and steer a football team in the right direction.
[H/T: The Comeback]
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