On Saturday, 11th September 2021, Texas A&M freshman quarterback Haynes King got an injury on his leg at the time of his first-quarter game which he was playing against Colorado. King was aid off the field after getting to grips with at the time of Texas A&M’ second abhorrent series of the game. King was standing on the sideline out of uniform in the 3rd quarter. He completed his graduation from Longview High School in his 2nd season with the Aggies. Talking about his first start last week which he played against Kent State, he finished his twenty-one passes for 292 yards and 2 touchdowns. Not only this he threw 3 interceptions.
Texas A&M inexperienced Zach Calzada covered for the residue of the game. The native of Georgia has played 4 games over his 3 years with the program. In the game on Saturday, it was his 1st extensive playing time with his previous 3 arrivals coming in reserve duty in the year 2019. Calzada finds it difficult to move the offense, but fling the game-victorious touchdown to Isaiah Spiller only with just 2 minutes which left in the 4th quarter.
Calzada throw for the yards of 183 on 18-of-38 passing as the Aggies left on the road 10-7 adjacent to Colorado.
King was wounded at the starting of the 1st half when he was thrown to the lawn on a delayed run. He had finished 1 of the 2 passes for 8 years during the injury. Backup Zach Calzada get in relief. He, in the meantime, was spotted wearing a boot on his right leg and using a buttress on the sideline.
In 1st week, he passed for 292 yards, 2 touchdowns and 3 interceptions as the Aggies triumphed 41-10 over Kent State. This helped to rise Texas A&M title odds to +3000 (bet $100 to gain $3000) at DraftKings Sportsbook heading towards the 2nd week-however the program still discover itself behind Oregon (+2000), Oklahoma (+800), Ohio State (+700), Clemson (+700), Georgia (+400) and Alabama (+210).