Texas A&M powers through Warhawks

Dakota Ratley

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The first quarter saw the Warhawks struggle offensively in the first quarter, and were not able to capitalize on a Bryce Ray interception.

Texas A&M drove down the field, going 75 yards in 13 plays to score the game’s first touchdown on Texas A&M’s first drive of the game. Brandon William went in the endzone from a yard out to cap the drive. At the end of the first the score was 7-0.

The second quarter saw the Warhawks open up the playbook  to drive down the field and score.

The Warhawk two-quarterback set was featured in the drive that was capped with a 1-yard Centarius Donald run.

Texas A&M would score another touchdown, and tack on a field goal to go up 21-7 before a 51-yard Manton field goal at the end of the half brought the score to 21-10.

The third quarter was short on scoring as both defenses kept the other team in check.

The Warhawk defense was able to force both Texas A&M  drives to stall after three plays.

The last Warhawk drive would result in the ball laying at the Texas A&M four at the end of the quarter with the score still knotted up at 21-10.

The fourth quarter immediately brought another Manton field goal to bring the game to 21-13.

Texas A&M would turn the ball over on their first offensive play on the next drive.

The  Warhawks were unable to fully capitalize on the field position and came away with another Manton field goal, this time from 22 yards out. The final score would stick at 21-16 in favor of the Aggies.