Texas A&M vs. Auburn final score: Aggies defeat Tigers 63-21

Brett Davis-US PRESSWIRE

The Texas A&M Aggies ran all over Auburn, defeating the Tigers 63-21 on the way to their sixth win of the season.

The No. 22 Texas A&M Aggies ran all over Auburn Tigers, defeating the Tigers 63-21 on the way to their sixth win of the season.

Quarterback Johnny Manziel was once again the story for the Aggies, as he played a primary role in all three of Texas A&M’s first quarter scores. Manziel threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as the Aggies carried a 21-0 lead into the second quarter.

Auburn managed to get on the board before halftime, but Texas A&M scored three more times and entered the break with a 42-7 advantage.

Tigers quarterback Jonathan Wallace led his team to two touchdowns in the third quarter, throwing for a pair of scores, but it didn’t put a dent in the Aggies lead as they continued to pour it on.

Box Score Hero: Manziel had a huge game, completing 16 of his 23 passes for 260 yards and two touchdowns and racking up 90 yards and three scores on nine carries.

Rankings Ramifications: Texas A&M will move into the Top 20 with their easy victory over Auburn.

But Did They Cover? The Aggies entered the game favored by 15.5 points, so they were able to cover handily.

Next Week's Schedule:

Texas A&M @ Mississippi State, Nov. 3

Auburn vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 3

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