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Texas A&M Football

Defense in Review: Texas A&M 30, South Carolina 17

November 1, 2023

• Once again, the Aggies frustrated, flustered and harassed an opposing quarterback, made plays behind the line of scrimmage and were very stingy when it came to giving up points. The Ags also got back to stuffing the run and did a terrific job of getting themselves off of the field on third down.

By game's end, D.J. Durkin's group held South Carolina to season lows in passing and total yards, and the Gamecocks' 33 net rushing yards was their second-lowest output of the season.

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