Texas A&M Quarterback Kellen Mond Breaks Down Chemistry Issues & Building a Rhythm With New Players
Texas A&M quarterback Kellen Mond took questions revolving around the rhythm issues that stung the Aggies ability to play more down-field football. Mond did lead A&M to a 17 – 12 victory over Vanderbilt on Saturday, but with much more to work on than he would hope to acknowledge.
Mond spoke on if some of his errors we’re self inflicted our caused by Vanderbilt: “Yeah, I definitely would say it’s self-inflicted. You know, I think early in the week we kind of had a good idea of what they were gonna run, and you know, I think they came out in some really base looks and I thought, you know, the offensive line, and running backs and me were able to pick up some of the stuff that they were bringing. I thought I had a really good feel for just really trusting my eyes out there. I think we got to clean up some of the stuff, just chemistry-wise and getting an understanding, getting a feel based on coverage and things like that. You know, we got another week of work we’re on the road at Alabama next week so we’re going to have to clean up a lot of stuff.”