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Texas A&M Football

Offense in Review: No. 4 Georgia 19, Texas A&M 13

November 25, 2019
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• The Aggies got off to a dreadfully slow start, producing next to nothing in the first half against a stifling Georgia defense that, like A&M, prefers to open things up by first choking off opponents' running game and going from there. The Dawgs did just that against the Aggies on Saturday, holding A&M to a negative yardage total (minus-1) on the ground. In the first two quarters of action, A&M produced just a single field goal (the exact point total that the Ags had put on the board in losses to Clemson and Auburn) and 73 net yards on 30 snaps.

 
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