A new season of college football, and yet another year of heartache for the Texas A&M Aggies.
On Friday, September 1st, the Aggies freshman Wide Receiver Micah Tease was arrested for possession of a controlled substance as well as a separate charge for 2 ounces of marijuana, according to Brazos County Jail. Tease has been released on bond, totaling $13,000.
A 4-star recruit for the season, Tease has been suspended indefinitely by the athletic department. He was expected to be a major part of the offense, but these plans are now in jeopardy.
Aggies fans are clearly upset at the news, as they suffered a similar situation last year. Famously in 2022, Texas A&M had major players as a part of their freshman class, and a number of them ended up in legal trouble and another 31 players transferred out of the program.
As situations remain the same, many are pointing fingers at head coach Jimbo Fisher, citing a culture issue. With the number of transfers and arrests, there is clearly a problem within the Aggies program, and fans are demanding a change.
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