Texas A&M vs Arkansas: Live Scores and Highlights
The No. 9 Texas A&M Aggies got their first road win of the year in a 45-33 shootout with the Arkansas Razorbacks in Fayetteville. With the win the Aggies improve to 4-1 overall and 1-1 in the SEC. The Hogs drop to 3-2 overall and 0-1 in the SEC.
Current Score: Texas A&M 45, Arkansas 33, Final
The Aggie offense gave Bret Bielema and the Hogs a taste of their own medicine. The Aggies rushed for 263 yards on the day and only attempted nine passes in the second half.
You have to give Aggie offensive coordinator Clarence McKinney credit. He saw that the run would work in the second half and he stuck with it. The Aggies' offensive line overpowered Arkansas in the second half.
The Aggies continue their road unbeaten streak in the SEC with a 45-33 win in Fayetteville. The defense rose up in the fourth quarter and held Arkansas scoreless. That is an encouraging sign for Mark Snyder's unit, who have struggled to come up with big stops during their first four games.
Derel Walker catches a 4th-and-3 pass to get the first down. Aggies can simply kneel it now.
The Aggies called timeout with 52 seconds left facing a 4th and 3. They may go for it here.
Aggie OLB Tommy Sanders with an interception at the 50-yard line. That should put it away for the Aggies.
Arkansas has 89 yards to go with 2:55 left in the game.
The A&M coaches are going to have to explain why Arkansas is not getting a heavy dose of Tra Carson. He has had the hot hand today and the Razorback defense should be tired right now.
Arkansas holds on 3rd and one. There is 3:03 left in the game and A&M will punt up by 12.
Mike Evans with a big 3rd down conversion. Five minutes left in the game and the Aggies have a 1st and 10 at their own 45.
The Aggie coaches should run the ball here, not pass. Up by 12, you run the clock.
Tramain Jacobs with the batted down 4th-and-10 pass. Great job by the Aggie secondary in that series.
It looks like Arkansas is going to go for it on 4th-and-10. There is 6:56 left in the game and Arkansas trails by 12.
The announcers can talk all they want about the pass-protection by the Arkansas O-line. Reality is that A&M has not gotten pressure on any of the teams they faced in 2013.
Brilliant play call by Arkansas. A shovel pass against the blitz leads to a big play for the Razorbacks.
I believe that is the first penalty on Arkansas in the game.
You have to wonder why the Arkansas coaches take Jonathan Williams off the field. The Aggies have not been able to tackle him all night.
Interesting stat from the announcers: 22 of 25 second-half plays for the Aggie offense have been rushes.
Time to see if the Aggies defense can get their first stop when ahead by more than a touchdown.
Ben Malena takes it in from one yard out. Tra Carson, Trey Williams and Ben Malena had carries on that drive.
True freshman Jodan mastrogiovanni was in for Claiborne that series.— Mark Passwaters (@themarkup) September 29, 2013
Two Aggie starters are out on defense. DT Kirby Ennis and MLB Darian Claiborne.
The Aggie defense responds again. Every time Arkansas has got the ball down by less than a touchdown, the Aggie defense has forced a stop.
This game still has the feel of whoever has the ball last is going to win. The Aggies have not been able to pull away from Arkansas.
The Aggies just went an entire quarter without throwing the ball to Mike Evans. Wonder when the last time that happened was?
Freshman middle linebacker Darian Claiborne is injured on the field after the Aggies thwarted the Razorbacks' two-point conversion attempt. This is very bad news for the Aggies.
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