Week 11 College Football Live
No. 1 Alabama loses to No. 15 Texas A&M in stunning fashion. A BCS shakeup is certainly on the horizon.
Looked through box scores, Manziel's 345 total yards are the second most by a player vs. Alabama the past 5 seasons.— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) November 11, 2012
Get ready for a BCS shakeup!
Down goes 'Bama! Nation's number 1 loses in thrilling fashion to Johnny 'Football' Manziel and Texas A&M.
Neutral zone infraction called on Alabama with A&M punting. That'll do it. Texas A&M defeats No. 1 Alabama!
Alabama is going to get the ball back with about 30-35 seconds left. Needs a touchdown. Stranger things have happened.— Bill Rabinowitz (@brdispatch) November 11, 2012
Jesus, I didn't think Bama-LSU could be topped. This has done it. What a game.— Clay Travis (@ClayTravisBGID) November 11, 2012
AJ McCarron picked off on 4th and goal! Texas A&M takes over on offense.
AJ McCarron hits Kenny Bell deep down the middle for a BIG gain. Bama inside the 10-yard line.
Amari Cooper might be the most underrated wide receiver in the SEC right now— Brandon (@TeamSpeedKills) November 11, 2012
'Bama down just 5 points after AJ McCarron hits Amari Cooper on a 54-yard touchdown down the sideline!
Wow. This just got more interesting.— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) November 10, 2012
Johnny Football has more total yards against Alabama than Cam Newton did in 2010.— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) November 10, 2012
Touchdown Texas A&M! Johnny Manziel hits Malcome Kennedy for a 24-yard touchdown. The two-point conversion is no good. The Alabama crowd is in a state of disbelief right now.
A&M had 8 takeaways all year. 2 today from Bama.— Travis Haney (@TravHaneyESPN) November 10, 2012
Alabama burns Texas A&M for a 51-yard gain and then T.J. Yeldon fumbles on the very next play. Big turn of events in favor of Aggies.
Get Bama on the ropes, you gotta land the knockout shot. New life for Tide.— Pat Forde (@YahooForde) November 10, 2012
Texas A&M K Taylor Bertolet misses a 37-yard kick. Kicking game has been terrible the Aggies tonight.
Cornhuskers take the lead, early 4th quarter.
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