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Texas A&M Football

Offense in Review: Thoughts from the Aggies' 62-3 win over Lamar

September 16, 2019
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1. The Aggies came out moving the football and did so for four full quarters – starters and backups included. There were a few missed opportunities to punch it into the end zone in the early going (more on that in a bit), which kept the score from getting out of hand in the first half. The Aggies methodically wore down an overmatched Lamar defense, scoring 21 in the third quarter and 35 second-half points en route to a 62-point, 633-yard effort that saw Jimbo Fisher's troops average a very healthy 8.

 
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