Baylor isn't the only team playing at Kyle Field with a competent offense. And Texas A&M doesn't have the game's lone leaky defense. The Aggies rallied after giving up the game's first touchdown, taking the lead in the second quarter, but Baylor snatched it right back.
Ryan Tannehill led Texas A&M on a field goal drive to respond to Robert Griffin III's touchdown pass, and then blitzed the Bears on a five-play, 80-yard drive that took just over a minute off the game clock. But Baylor struck right back with Griffin's second touchdown throw to Kendall Wright, a 77-yarder that made the score 14-10 in the upstart Bears' favor.
Griffin is 15 of 18 through the air for 196 yards and two touchdowns. That's pretty good, I reckon.
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