Texas A&M football
In Denver, the Aggies won Colorado, but it wasn’t beautiful.
The Texas A&M Aggies might have looked earlier in the day at Oregon’s loss, the Ohio country, and got involved in all the upset hype. Perhaps something else they should have watched.
The Aggies thwarted a big comeback against Colorado to avoid upheaval and to keep A&M’s College Football Playoff chances alive.
At the start of the first quarter, Calzada had forced into the game by Haynes King, whose apparent lower-body injury exited the game at the start of the first quarter.
During the whole game, Calzada and A&M fought hard to accumulate just six first downs and 126 yards on the game-winning drive. In the series before the touchdown by Spiller, Calzada seemed to have scored a 13-yard touchdown himself, but he lost the ball before crossing the boundary. In this series, however, a replay turned around. This led to regeneration and touchback in Colorado.
At that time, Calzada hit Devon Achane wide open for a gain of 25 yards, and Spiller found a 3rd-and-9 play in the last zone with only 2:41 remaining on the clock.
It was a game in which the defense held the Aggies long enough to keep them together in the game, and all they needed was a score.
Since Calzada seems to be on the right track next week, A&M still has big worries about the offense, as King was seeing him on a medical boat on the side of the Aggies in the 2nd half.
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