With the bowl season in full effect the Texas A&M Aggies met with the Oklahoma State Cowboys. The thrilling encounter was a low-scoring one. Even so, the Texas A&M Aggies were able to steal a win with a narrow 3 points. The final score was 24-21 in their favor.
The Cowboys were the first team to score and the only ones to do so during the first quarter of the game. They had strong defenses that entire quarter so the Aggies never managed to score. Braydon and Drue however each managed to get a touchdown to give the Cowboys an edge.
Isaiah Spiller scored the first Aggies’ touchdown during the early minutes of the second quarter. This time round, it was the Aggies who had strengthened their defenses. As such, the Cowboys never managed to score during the entire second quarter.
Jhamon Ausbon got a touchdown during the third quarter to level the score-line. The Aggies also managed to put up strong defenses just like during the last quarter. This ensured that the Cowboys never managed to score for the second quarter in a row.
Kellen Mond scored the third Aggies’ touchdown during the last quarter of the game. Then Seth Small added a 24-yard field goal. Later on, Braydon Johnson scored a touchdown for the Cowboys. The USC Trojans and the Iowa Hawkeyes faced off in the Holiday bowl. Catch the highlights of that game in the next post.