Social media reacts to Texas A&M’s 48-33 loss to Miami in Week 2

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No. 23 Texas A&M (1-1) dropped to .500 in the early season following their 48-33 loss to Miami (2-0) in Week 2. It’s clear that this season is over and it’s time to fire everybody, or at least, that’s what social media is telling everyone.

Granted, the negative takeaways surely outpaced the positive ones following the Aggies’ loss, but by no means is the season over. Head coach Jimbo Fisher and veteran leaders Demani Richardson and Layden Robinson echoed the same in their postgame pressers. There are clear areas to address, and Texas A&M must work on those in the coming week. But as well know, social media doesn’t act logically.

Rather than focusing on adjustments that need to be made ahead of Week 3, social media proclaimed that the Aggies season was officially over and Fisher must be fired. Also, we got a nice dose of revisionist history because, according to the social media timeline, the Maroon and White made a drastic mistake in departing with revered coach Kevin Sumlin.

The reality is that college football is a week-to-week battle, and that rings especially true for the media hot takes swirling around. Buckle up for a monsoon of negative reactions to the Aggies’ loss, but at least take a glance at social media for more than a few hilarious takes.

Here are the best social media reactions to Texas A&M’s 48-33 loss to Miami.

At least the Aggies weren't alone

And right on cue, the "fire Jimbo" crowd arrives

Not a great showing for the SEC overall

Put your worries about the offense to bed. As for the defense? That's a different story

A true freshman getting beat? You don't say...

So you're saying it's time for Sumlin to come home?

To say Durkin's seat is getting warm would understatement

Must've been a long flight home back to College Station

Not an overreaction at all!

If the defense doesn't clean things up this week, whew boy

This just in...

Narrator: "they did not take it well"

The Sumlin crowd coming in full force

Inevitable, or wishful thinking?

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