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By The Numbers: Texas A&M 24, Arkansas 17

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Bad numbers, good numbers, some uhh, other bad numbers

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What 11 a.m. game in Arlington against a rubblestack of an Arkansas team that we barely eked out a win in?

Oh, that 11 a.m. game in Arlington against a rubblestack of an Arkansas team that we barely eked out a win in. I recall it now, vaguely.

100

The first 100-yard kickoff return for TD for the Aggies in 20+ years. I read this online, so it must be true. What a way to begin a game. Nothing could possibly go wrong after that, right?

55

Yards rushing allowed to Arkansas. That’s good, right? So what happ—

0 TD, 2 INT

Oh, right now it’s starting to come back to m—

1 of 3 on FG

OK, ALRIGHT, I SAID I GOT IT

30 touches, 165 total yards, 2 TD

I mean, there are certainly far worse offensive strategies than making Trayveon Williams your entire offense. Just not sure it will work against {checks remainder of SEC schedule}...uh, anyone other than Ole Miss?

5 sacks, 9 TFL

The defense looked much better rushing the passer this week.

48.8

Braden Mann’s punting average was almost human-like this week, but he did put half his kicks inside the 20, including one beaut inside the 2.

1

Donovan Wilson finally got in the INT column on the year. Really glad we had him the whole game this time.

7-44

Penalties. Choppy and sloppy works best with pulled pork sandwiches, not live pork opponents {devours McRib}.

2/10

Aggie offense on 3rd down conversions. Good grief.

~14 minutes

T.O.P. advantage. Who cares.

f ( x )——->

Just sloppy miscellaneous things

Things looked bad, Arkansas players got open, tackles were still missed, and it led to one of those enraging wins that burn you up from the inside out until the next opponent shows up a week later.

Enjoy the rest of your Saturdays!


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ESPN

12thMan.com