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Texas A&M Football

Offense in Review: Texas A&M 52 New Mexico State 10

October 31, 2016
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Ten thoughts and takeaways from the Aggies' performance on offense during Saturday night's 52-10 A&M win:

- It wasn't a perfect night for the Aggie offense, but Noel Mazzone's unit put together a rock-solid performance in all phases of the game. The Ags rolled to 515 yards and averaged over 7 yards per play despite the starters playing just over two quarters and Kevin Sumlin calling off the dogs long before the start of the fourth quarter.

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