The Texas A&M Aggies (1-1) and the UL Monroe Warhawks (2-0) square off at Kyle Field on Saturday, September 16, 2023.
Tune in to SECN to see the Aggies play the Warhawks.
When is Texas A&M vs. UL Monroe and when does it start?
This game between the Aggies and Warhawks is scheduled on Saturday, September 16, 2023. Expect to see the kickoff at 4:00 PM ET.
Where to watch Texas A&M vs. UL Monroe
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What channel is the game on?
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Texas A&M vs. UL Monroe Game Preview
Texas A&M Stats & Insights
In their most recent game, the Aggies were defeated by the Miami Hurricanes 48-33.
Texas A&M is averaging 422.0 yards per game on offense (52nd in the FBS), and rank 62nd on the other side of the ball, yielding 336.5 yards allowed per game.
The Aggies rank 97th in pass defense this year (252.5 passing yards allowed per game), but they’ve been playing really well on the offensive side of the ball, ranking 23rd-best in the FBS with 306.5 passing yards per game.
Offensively, Texas A&M ranks 103rd in the FBS with 115.5 rushing yards per game. Meanwhile, the defensive unit ranks 29th in rushing yards allowed per contest (84.0).
The Aggies sport the 98th-ranked defense this season (29.0 points allowed per game), and they’ve been more effective on offense, ranking 19th-best with 42.5 points per game.
UL Monroe Stats & Insights
The Aggies enter this matchup after a 48-33 loss to the Miami Hurricanes in their most recent game.
From an offensive perspective, UL Monroe is compiling 341.5 total yards per game (99th-ranked). It ranks 38th in the FBS defensively (297.0 total yards allowed per game).
While the Warhawks’ pass offense has been sputtering, ranking fourth-worst with 95.5 passing yards per game, their defense ranks 19th-best with only 148.5 passing yards ceded per contest.
UL Monroe’s run defense ranks 87th in the FBS with 148.5 rushing yards surrendered per contest, but it has been bolstered by its offense, which ranks sixth-best by piling up 246.0 rushing yards per contest.
While the Warhawks’ offense has had trouble moving the chains, ranking 20th-worst with 20.5 points per game, their defense ranks 24th-best with only 13.5 points ceded per contest.
Texas A&M Key Players to Watch
Conner Weigman leads Texas A&M with 572 passing yards (286.0 ypg) on 49-of-76 passing with seven touchdowns and two interceptions this season. He also has 51 rushing yards (25.5 ypg) on eight carries while scoring one touchdown on the ground.
The team’s top rusher, Amari Daniels, has carried the ball 25 times for 113 yards (56.5 per game), with one touchdown this year.
Evan Stewart’s team-high 257 receiving yards (128.5 yards per game) have come on 19 receptions with two touchdowns.
Noah Thomas has put together a 112-yard season so far (56.0 receiving yards per game) with four touchdowns, hauling in 10 passes.
Ainias Smith has hauled in six receptions for 67 yards (33.5 ypg) this season.
UL Monroe Key Players to Watch
Hunter Herring has thrown for 121 yards (60.5 ypg) to lead UL Monroe, completing 53.3% of his passes and tossing one touchdown pass this season. He’s also contributed in the ground game with 68 rushing yards (34.0 ypg) on 13 carries.
The team’s top rusher, Hunter Smith, has carried the ball 20 times for 204 yards (102.0 per game), with two touchdowns this year.
This season Isaiah Woullard has racked up 24 carries for 169 yards (84.5 per game).
Tyrone Howell’s team-high 132 receiving yards (66.0 yards per game) have come on 13 receptions with one touchdown.
NyNy Davis has put together a 25-yard season so far (12.5 receiving yards per game), reeling in five passes.
Justin Kimber’s two receptions this season have resulted in 17 yards (17.0 ypg).