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Offense in Review: UCLA 45, Texas A&M 44

September 6, 2017
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• First and foremost, let's not lose sight of the fact that the Texas A&M offense produced 38 points in the first half against a Power Five opponent. That same unit also produced just two field goals in the third and fourth quarters combined.

Well, not quite the same unit, as Nick Starkel was lost midway through the third quarter. After Starkel went down, the A&M offense simply didn't look the same.
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