Auburn vs. Texas A&M: 10 Things We Learned in the Aggies Loss

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Auburn vs. Texas A&M: 10 Things We Learned in the Aggies Loss
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Manziel played a fantastic game, but it wasn't enough for an A&M victory.

The No. 7 Texas A&M Aggies fell in a shootout to the No. 24 Auburn Tigers, 45-41,  and dropped to 5-2 on the season.

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel torched the Auburn defense for 454 yards through the air and 48 on the ground, and Aggie wide receiver Mike Evans hauled in 11 passes for 289 yards, as well as each of Manziel's four touchdown passes.

Manziel overcame an injury to this throwing arm and led the Aggies down the field and into scoring territory with less than a minute to play. The threat ended when the sophomore was sacked on fourth down.

In a game full of offense and little defense, there were plenty of lessons learned about this Texas A&M team in its loss to Auburn.

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