Will Rogers throws 408 yards and three touchdowns, and Nathan Pickering fires Zack Calzada in the end zone for safety after Mississippi defeats Texas A & M 26-22 on Saturday night. Did.
Rogers was fired twice, the bulldog had two false start penalties, and Nolan McCord’s 49-yard field goal attempt went far to the right with about eight minutes remaining.
About two minutes later, Aggie reduced his lead to two with a 44-yard field goal from Seth Small.
Texas A & M (3-2, 0-2 Southeastern Conference) was forced to take the chance to lead Punt. However, Calzada, who backed up at the third start, beat Pickering 3 down for safety and extended the lead to 26-22 with about 2 minutes remaining, and the bulldog ran out of time to ensure victory. I did.
Makai Polk had 13 receptions and two touchdowns of 126 yards to help Mississippi (3-2, 1-1) snap a two-game skid.
This is a big blow to the team that entered the season with the hope of a national championship, losing two times in a row after Aggies won the previous 11 games.
Texas A & M gave up the best points of the season as Jimbo Fisher and Aggie struggled to contain Mike Reach’s air raids. With a visit from top-ranked Alabama next Saturday night, things will get even worse for Aggie’s next week.
Calzada threw 135 yards in touchdown and intercept, and Isaiah Spiller ran 100 yards in Texas A & M.
Pork’s second touchdown took place at the 20-yard reception, extending the lead to 24-13, leaving about 7 minutes remaining in the third quarter. Jaron Jones covered him, but stumbled and fell shortly before the ball arrived, leaving the pork open for the score.
Calzada scrambled 25 yards for a touchdown, with just over a minute left in the third quarter, but his two-point conversion attempt was interrupted and Aggie’s went down 24-19.
Early on this, things didn’t go well for Aggie’s. Fred Peters took the passcut after Calzada’s first pass was missed. However, the bulldog was unable to move the ball and settled on a 24-yard field goal.
When Calzada threw an 11-yard TD pass to Jalen Wydermyer, Aggie’s led 7-3, leaving about nine and a half minutes remaining in the first quarter.
Rogers discovered that Jayden Wally scored a yard score in the first half of the first half of Mississippi’s 10-7 lead.
Aggie’s added one field goal at the beginning of the second quarter, with the second goal leading 13-7 with about three minutes remaining in the first half.
Pork successfully grabbed a 15-yard touchdown in the corner of the end zone, giving the bulldog a 17-13 half-time lead.
Aggie’s could spend a long night against the mighty Alabama next Saturday after fighting fewer enemies in these two defeats.
Impact on polls
Aggies may plummet in polls and drop out altogether after a series of defeats.
Mississippi: Hosts Alabama on October 16th.
Texas A & M: Host Alabama on Saturday night.
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