Baylor looks like it will have to stage a comeback on offense in the second half. The Bears' defense certainly isn't doing them any favors. Texas A&M has scored on its first two possessions of the second half, and now leads 34-21 in College Station.
A&M's touchdown was the third scoring connection for Ryan Tannehill and Ryan Swope on the day, and gave the Aggies a 31-14 advantage. But Robert Griffin III found Baylor wide receiver Tevin Reese for a touchdown in response, cutting the Aggies' lead to 10 points again.
Then Reese did this, via Mocksession:
That thumbs down gesture to the Texas A&M crowd earned Reese a 15-yard penalty for excessive celebration, and helped the Aggies turn their next possession into three points. With Baylor's defense already doing its best to aid the Texas A&M offense, penalties like Reese's are seriously painful.
...but have you seen Texas A&M's crowd? It might have been worth it.
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