Today, in the first SEC game in Texas A&M history, the Florida Gators gritted out a hard-fought 20-17 victory.
If you saw the first half of Saturday's game, you may have seen what appeared to be a dominating performance by the Aggies. The Gators defense looked confused, and their offense was woefully inept. Florida's offensive line and the decision-making of their quarterback, Jeff Driskel, resulted in multiple sacks.
Johnny Manziel, quarterback for A&M, looked unflappable. His poise and decisiveness under duress led the Aggies to a 17-10 halftime lead.
So, what changed in the second half?