The Texas A&M Aggies have used their defense to somewhat slow down the Texas Tech Red Raiders offense by holding them to a pair of field goals and not allowing Texas Tech to score touchdowns on those drives.
The only difference between these two teams so far on offense is that Texas A&M is getting more done on the ground attack and have 145 yards to Texas Tech's 65 yards. Texas A&M finally started using Cyrus Gray who did not get his first carry until the second quarter and has 75 yards on the grounds and a touchdown so far.
Both teams have been passing the ball very well with Texas A&M's Ryan Tannehill who is 12-for-16 with 156 yards and two touchdowns, plus he has ran for 55 yards and two touchdowns on the grouns. Texas Tech quarterback Seth Doege is 20-for-27 with 160 yards and one touchdown.
The second half will be huge for Texas A&M since they have blown double-digit second half leads to both Arkansas and Oklahoma State due to those teams being able to pass all over the Texas A&M secondary.