Cotton Bowl 2011: Both LSU and Texas A&M Start With Impressive Offense
Cotton Bowl 2011 is underway, and both teams have displayed impressive offense. Thus far, Texas A&M leads the way with a touchdown that was the result of solid field position from a strong opening kickoff return.
The Aggies took the ball inside the LSU 40-yard-line to start the game, and capped a short drive with a touchdown pass from Ryan Tannehill to Uzoma Nwachukwu for 6 yards.
In LSU's first drive, a botched long snap to the punter led to a first down, as an Aggie player roughed the punter and gave the Tigers a fresh set of downs. However, after the Tigers drove down inside the Texas A&M 20-yard-line, Jordan Jefferson threw an interception.
It is currently 7-0 Texas A&M, with just under seven minutes remaining in the first quarter.
Some surprising events are already unfolding. No one predicted the Aggies to have a strong showing of special teams, and Tannehill has nearly 40 yards rushing, while he is considered a pocket passer.
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