Texas A&M Vs. Texas Tech: Aggie Terrence Frederick Returns Blocked Field Goal For Touchdown, Lead 38-23

The Texas A&M Aggies are looking like they are going to hold onto a double-digit second half lead for the first time this season. The Aggies held Texas Tech to their third field goal of the game and when Texas Tech lined up for their fourth field goal attempt, but the kicking team was called for a false start penalty that pushed the kick back to a 50 yard attempt.

On the kick, Texas A&M defender Jarvis Harrison broke through the offensive line and blocked the field goal attempt which was then returned by defensive back Terrence Frederick 63 yards for the touchdown to increase the Texas A&M lead to 15 points.

This 38-23 lead is by no means safe for Texas A&M as they have lost two games that were they were leading by more than 10 points going into the second half. Texas Tech is a team that is capable of scoring in bunches, so Texas A&M needs to finish this game strong if they are to preserve this lead.

For more on this game head over to the Texas A&M Aggies blog I am the 12th Man or Texas Tech Red Raiders blog Double T-Nation.

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