Heading into this game the Texas A&M Aggies needed one more win to become bowl eligible and Texas A&M made sure they earned their sixth win on the year. Texas A&M scored 61 points through three quarters and let off the gas in the fourth quarter where they did not score any points.
Texas A&M's defense forced three turnovers and scored 14 points off of those and the punt return team allowed Texas A&M to have good field position by averaging 54 yards on the three punt returns by Dustin Harris.
The offense was could not be stopped with quarterback Ryan Tannehill who went 21-for-26 for 280 yards and three touchdown passes, running back Cyrus Gray had 94 yards on only nine carries in only one half of play and scored three touchdowns and receiver Ryan Swope was the leading receiver who had nine receptions for 137 yards and three touchdowns.
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