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Ex-Texas A&M LB Sean Porter Fired Back At Kyle Allen's Criticism Of Aggie Program

Yesterday, former Texas A&M quarterback Kyle Allen raised eyebrows when he criticized the culture of the Aggie program.

Saying that some players had the attitude that "I can do whatever the hell I want and win on Saturday", Allen attributed the rise of that culture to the influence of Johnny Manziel.

Former Aggie linebacker Sean Porter, who played for the program from 2009-12, did not take kindly to those statements, and he fired back at Allen on Twitter last night. 

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Porter makes some quality points, but there might also be some merit to Allen's criticism. The Texas A&M program has appeared to exist in a state of unrest for the past few months. 

Perhaps the most important statement Porter made is his final one. The ingredients are there for the Aggies to be a powerhouse. Now, they must figure out how to take the steps necessary to become one.