Aggie Football in the Top 20. Aggie Soccer Clinch SEC West & Ag Volleyball splits.Sports Monday, October 15th, 2012
Now…That the Aggies of the world have set the appointment with their cardiologist. We can look back at Sat. into Sun.’s game. With 2:14 left in the game. Johnny Football put the Aggies on his shoulders for the win on a 50+ yard scamper! It turned out that is all they would need.
Louisiana Tech trailed by 27 points early before mounting a furious second half rally capped by a 13-yard touchdown reception by Ray Holley to cut the lead to two points with 38 seconds left. The Two Point conversion fell incomplete and the Aggies pulled out a nail biter at Independence stadium 59-57.
Next up the Maroon and White is back at Kyle to take on LSU Saturday at 11. With all the action right here on 1620.
Two Southeastern Conference teams again hold the top two spots in the BCS standings.
No. 1 Alabama (.9761) and No. 2 Florida (.9092) have the inside track to the Discover BCS National Championship Game in this season’s first version of the standings, announced Sunday. No. 3 Oregon (.8993) is on the outside looking in, followed by No. 4 Kansas State (.8963) and No. 5 Notre Dame (.8774).
The Crimson Tide and Gators, both 6-0, do not play each other this season but would meet in the SEC Championship Game if both maintain their unbeaten records.
Ag’s are 18th in the 1st B.C.S. poll
No. 9 Texas A&M Soccer wrapped up the SEC Western Division title and remained in the hunt for the SEC regular-season crown with a 4-0 win over the Vanderbilt
Commodore’s on Sunday afternoon at the Soccer Complex.The Aggies win coupled with a 1-0 loss by Auburn against Arkansas gives A&M a 10-point lead over Auburn in the
SEC Western Division standings with three matches remaining. Texas A&M (14-2-1, 8-1-1 SEC) improved to 25 points, remaining two points behind Florida who posted a 4-1
win over Mississippi State on Sunday.
Aggie Volleyball split a pair over the weekend. beating Arkansas on Friday and falling to Kentucky in Lexington on Sun.
The Walter Camp Football Foundation has announced its Football Bowl Subdivision National Offensive player of the Week, JOHNNY MANZIEL, Manziel set a SEC-record with 576 yards of total offense as the 22nd-ranked Aggies defeated 23rd-ranked Louisiana Tech, 59-57. Manziel passed for 395 yards (24-of-40) and three touchdowns, while rushing for 181 more and three additional scores. With the win, Texas A&M improved to 5-1.
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