Kellen Mond is now the greatest touchdown passer in Texas A&M football history.
With his 68th career touchdown pass, Kellen Mond has set a Texas A&M football record.
In the Texas A&M Aggies’ rout of the cross-divisional rival South Carolina Gamecocks, Mond had one of the best games of his college career. He threw for four touchdowns in the first three quarters of the game. With his fourth on the evening, finding running back Devon Achane 52 yards to the house, Mond has broken a Texas A&M University record. Just watch this beautiful dime.
Kellen Mond’s sensational season is why the Aggies could make the playoff
Mond passed Jerrod Johnson for most touchdown passes in school history. Johnson played for the Aggies in their final years in the Big 12 from 2007-2010. For Mond to do this against mostly SEC competition while playing in the tougher of the two divisions, this accomplishment has even more gravitas. It is great to finally see him put it all together in his senior season for Texas A&M.
His talent has been undeniable, but the issue with Mond during the bulk of his career had been consistency. Mond and his teammates would routinely not show up in big spots. Well, with a win over the Florida Gators early in the season, there is a great chance the Aggies could go 9-1 and be right in the mix for a College Football Playoff berth. This team is at least New Year’s Six bound.
Mond’s dime to Achane was the perfect record-breaking touchdown pass in Texas A&M history.