Texas A&M is currently tied 14-14 with Louisiana-Lafayette in the second quarter of their game. While quarterback Kellen Mond has been solid with two touchdown tosses, the running game has been horrific and that prompted Aggies offensive line coach Jim Turner to take pretty drastic measures:

And SEC Network sideline reporter Dawn Davenport explained the switch from Turner:

That should send a clear message to the starters on the line going forward and the Aggies might be able to get away with it this game since ULL should be an easy team to beat. However, it’s going to be hard to beat any team when you have negative rushing yards like the Aggies do with under six minutes left in the second quarter.

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