Best Aggie Plays of 2013: Round 7

To help get us through the break until the Chick-fil-A bowl, we decided to put together a playoff bracket to let you decide the best play of the 2013 Texas A&M football season. We'll be putting out 2 GIFs or videos each day (or so) as we go through our bracket.

Round7-1

The Ole Miss game had some of the best highlights this year from runs, receptions and even raw displays of athleticism.  The Aggies found themselves behind 38-31 late in 4th quarter and needed the next drive to be successful to have a chance at closing out a road win. It was one of the best drives this year as Manziel converted a 4th and 7 with his legs, and followed it up with a touchdown run two plays later. Sandwiched between those runs was a pass to Mike Evans for 26 yards, and a leap that put Ole Miss DB Tony Connor on a poster.

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Round7-2

Trey Williams is just an incredible back, and deserves more touches per game. I think he dances in the hole too often, and ends up with 3 yards where he could get 5, but the upside to his game is runs like the one below. In the first quarter, with the Ags tied 7-7 against Ole Miss, Trey Williams put on a dance that makes even the most seasoned FTAB BQ's sit with mouths agape, shaking four defenders that were crashing down before cutting it into the end zone for a score. It was a hell of a run.

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