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Game Notebook: Spiller scare not serious, A&M gets defensive & more

November 8, 2020

There was a scary moment early in the third quarter of Texas A&M’s 48-3 Southeastern Conference victory over South Carolina on Saturday night.

Sophomore running back Isaiah Spiller came up limping after catching a Kellen Mond pass for a 36-yard gain. He had to be helped to the sideline and did not return to the game.

Spiller had already rushed for 131 yards and had a chance to take over the SEC rushing lead from Alabama’s Najee Harris.

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