The Aggies' first two-a-day was a hard but productive one in the estimation of coach Matt Wells, who liked the team's focus.
"The execution wasn't as sharp at times with the twos and threes, we need to clean that up, but for the most part the focus was good," he said.
Sophomore tight end Wyatt Houston had a two-yard touchdown catch, Ronald Butler had four receptions and Joe Hill scored on a two-yard run to lead the offense.
The defense was led by safety Frankie Sutera with seven tackles.
The Aggies' have their first scrimmage Thursday at Romney Stadium starting at 6 p.m.
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