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Texas A&M Football

Offense in Review: Texas A&M 30, South Carolina 6

November 18, 2019

• Considering how tough South Carolina typically is on defense, this may have been as impressive a performance as we've seen from the Aggie offense this year. The Ags were forced to settle for four field goal attempts and seeing a few drives fall short wasn't optimal, but the Gamecocks are a well-coached unit under Will Muschamp, feature a future first-rounder up front and are a very physical defense year in and year out. The Ags readily accepted the challenge and were more than up to the task, gaining 540 yards (the Ags' most in an SEC game since gaining 592 in a 3 OT win over Tennessee in 2016), 319 of which came on the ground.

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