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Texas A&M Football

Cover Story: With more challenges ahead, Aggies must grow from loss

September 8, 2019
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Well, the final seconds saw the Aggies attempting to put the ball into the end zone from a couple of yards out against a Clemson defense desperate for one more stop. Unfortunately for Jimbo Fisher and his squad, that’s where the similarities ended between the Aggies’ first and second match-up with the Tigers. A&M did manage to punch it in this time around, but it wasn’t a two-point conversion attempt to force overtime after a rousing fourth-quarter rally. Rather, Jalen Wydermyer’s short touchdown grab merely cut the Tiger lead to 24-10 with five seconds remaining, a score that probably only really affected Brent Venables and many gamblers around the country.

 
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