Texas A&M Survives Scare in Win over Ole Miss
The Texas A&M Aggies nearly lost in a close won to the Ole Miss Rebels, winning 41-38 on a last-second field goal.
The Rebels kept finding ways to take the lead in the game, even going up 38-31 with around six minutes left in the game. Bo Wallace found Jaylen Walton for an impressive 50-yard touchdown that made it look like they might just win this one.
Instead, Johnny Manziel drove his team down the field, scoring on an impressive six-yard touchdown run to tie the game. After the defense made another stop, Manziel lead his team down the field yet again, and set them up for the game-winning field goal from Josh Lambo.
Manziel finished the game with 470 total yards and two rushing touchdowns, but also had two turnovers. The ground game as a whole was impressive, with the Aggies running for 241 yards and five touchdowns.
The win for Texas A&M keeps them in the race for a BCS bowl down the road. Manziel's Heisman stock may have taken a hit, but they got the win and improved to 5-1 on the season.
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