The Texas A&M Aggies made their informal SEC debut against the Arkansas Razorbacks, cruising to a 35-17 halftime lead before finding themselves tied in the fourth quarter as Cobi Hamilton fumbled a ball into game hero Jarius Wright's hands in the end zone. The Aggies kicked a field goal to retake the lead, but a Broderick Green rush made it 42-38.
And there the score remained. Arkansas' defense stuffed a fourth-down conversion attempt with about a minute left, then converted a first down to make it official.
How about the day by Tyler Wilson, who never stopped slingin' (pretty much literally)? On 51 attempts, Wilson pitched 509 yards and a pair of touchdowns, with 281 of those yards going to Wright. On the other side, A&M's Christine Michael put up 237 total yards from scrimmage.
The Aggies have now lost consecutive games after posting big halftime leads against ranked opponents. They should probably adjust their adjustments.