Despite trailing by 14 points to their SEC West rival Texas A&M Aggies in the second quarter, the Missouri Tigers have cut it to 28-24 with about 10 minutes left. A Ryan Tannehill interception set up some explosive runs by Henry Josey and James Franklin, and now we've got a ball game again.
Franklin and Josey have more than 75 yards rushing apiece, while Franklin has added 153 yards through the air. Christine Michael leads A&M with 107 yards on the ground, but the Aggies haven't gotten much going since the first half. This is obvious to you, as you just read that part above about the Tigers coming back.
What is it about Texas A&M that forbids them from playing as well in second halves as they do in first halves?