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Texas A&M Football

Texas A&M 35, Arkansas 28: Offense in review

September 29, 2014
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What went right: The Aggies opened the game with a very crisp four-play, 49-yard touchdown drive. The offense really stalled out after that, but things finally began to come together in the fourth quarter and overtime. Kenny Hill’s 86-yard bomb to Ed Pope seemed to break the seal and the Aggies caught fire when it mattered most, scoring touchdowns on their final possession of regulation and on their only snap of overtime.
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