Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin has one question for you. What?
Kenny Hill set A&M's single-game passing record Thursday night against South Carolina with 511 yards. What?
The Aggies steamrolled the Gamecocks 52-28. What?
Kevin Sumlin celebrated with his players in the locker room by shouting "what" a lot. What?
All of the above statements are true. After A&M's win, Sumlin got the party started in his team's locker room by shouting "What?" until the Gatorade and water started flying. You can't blame A&M for being excited. The Aggies were a 10.5 point underdog and many people (inlcuding yours truly) had questions about how A&M would replace its three first-round draft picks and rebuild its defense.
If tha video above isn't enough to get you fired up, this one will, unless you're a South Carolina fan. SBNation's Good Bull Hunting dubbed "Sandstorm," the song South Carolina plays over the speakers at Williams-Brice Stadium to Sumlin's celebration video.
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