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Game Notebook: Clemons emerges, big play bright spot & other notes

September 27, 2020
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Almost since he arrived at Texas A&M four years ago, big things have been projected from defensive end Micheal Clemons.

The production never matched the potential. That is until Saturday night.

Clemons finally showed the pass-rushing form that has been promised by accumulating 1.5 sacks. They came in the fourth quarter.

He shared the first one with freshman tackle McKinnley Jackson. They dropped Vanderbilt quarterback Ken Seals for a 10-yard loss to the A&M 30-yard line.

 
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