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Defense in Review: No. 5 Texas A&M 31, Auburn 20

December 8, 2020

• Sometimes it's more about how you finish than how you start.

After nearly pitching back-to-back shutouts during as dominant a two-week stretch as we've seen an A&M defense put together in years, the Aggies ran into a much better offense at Auburn, one that has historically proven problematic. 

On Saturday, Gus Malzahn, the Tiger ground game and just enough scrambling by sophomore quarterback Bo Nix got things working on the home team's second drive of the game.

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