Texas A&M's early deficit to Baylor is all but forgotten now. That's what happens when Ryan Tannehill, Ryan Swope, and the Aggies offense get things in gear: Texas A&M leads the Bears, 24-14, at halftime.
The Texas A&M offense has been excellent through the air and on the ground. Tannehill has thrown for three touchdowns, two to Swope, and 199 yards, while Cyrus Gray and Christine Michael have contributed to the Aggies' 101 rushing yards.
Robert Griffin III has done what he can to keep Baylor in it, but his 223 yards and two touchdowns were nearly canceled out by a poor decision at the end of the half that almost led to his second interception of the year. And if Griffin isn't nearly perfect, it's hard to see the Bears coming back in this one.
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