Through two quarters of action, Missouri and Texas A&M combined to score 45 total points. In the third quarter? Zero. The opposing defenses have slowed down two of the most potent offenses in America, as the Aggies still lead the Tigers 28-17 at the end of the third quarter in College Station.
Texas A&M has found success in possessing the ball for lengthy touchdown scoring drives. Three of the four Aggies scoring drives have been 11 plays or longer and all four touchdowns have come from the hands of quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Tannehill is 25-32 for 238 passing yards, three passing touchdowns and has completed a pass to nine different A&M receivers. Tannehill also scored on a 3-yard run early in the second quarter.
The Aggies have done well in slowing down one of the nation's leading rushers in Henry Josey. Thus far, Josey have rushed for just 59 yards on 10 carries.