Social Media Reacts to Texas A&M’s 38-35 loss to Ole Miss

Year 6 of Jimbo Fisher and more of the same. Once again, the Aggies have locked up at least a four-loss season with a high-powered LSU team a few weeks away. Texas A&M (5-4, 3-3 SEC) made a strong effort not to let this game get out of hand early and deserve the credit for not giving up.

But as everyone expected, this game was a little chippy that even saw star Aggie defensive lineman Shemar Turner get ejected after throwing a few blows at an Ole Miss player. Even in the loss, a few players had big games that allowed this game to remain close.

Jahdae Walker had an outstanding bounce-back game leading the Aggies in the receiver (8 catches, 100 yards, 12.5 avg), and Ainias Smith was right behind him (6 catches, 83 yards, 13.8 avg). The secondary had a rough day in the office, but there were a few standouts.

Bryce Anderson led the team in tackles and had several big stops (8 tackles, 1.5 TFLS). Junior linebacker Edgerrin Cooper also had a solid game in the loss (7 tackles, 0.5 sacks, 1 TFL).

It was nice to see the offense score touchdowns in the second half of games this season, but an L is an L, and the masses took to social media to pour out their thoughts over the course of the game.

Here are the best social media reactions from Texas A&M’s 38-35 loss to Ole Miss on Saturday afternoon.

The tale of two halves

We are all numb and 8-4 seems to be the standard in the Jimbo era?

A frustrated Shemar Turner throws some blows and gets ejected

Big time players make big time plays

The comparison will never go away

Opposing receivers continue to have career days against the Aggie secondary

People are ready to party at Jimbos expense

Close but not good the enough the Aggies now have three SEC losses

The Aggies made it interesting late but it wasn't enough

They look better than last year but still can't get over the hump

Some Aggies fans are keeping the faith in Jimbo

Special Teams plays has been a roller coaster for the Aggie team

Story originally appeared on Aggies Wire