Apparently, Texas A&M and the Big 12 have agreed on the exit fees for the Aggies' move to the SEC: A&M has to suffer through the most heart-breaking season in college football history.
The latest chapter in A&M's novel of swooning came Saturday in Manhattan, when the Aggies took a 14-0 early lead and a 10-point lead late in the fourth quarter and turned into a 53-50, four-overtime loss to Kansas State in a marathon game in Manhattan. The match-up took more than four hours to play.
After the first three overtimes ended with both teams gridlocked, Texas A&M took over on offense with the teams tied at 47, but a third-down play came up about a yard short of the first down. Rather than try to go for it and work towards a touchdown, Mike Sherman decided to take the field goal.
Kansas State countered with a three runs, including the apparent third-down conversion by Klein that was subject to instant replay. On first down, the Wildcats took a shot to the end zone -- which was interfered with by Texas A&M to set up a first and goal. Two quarterback sneaks got the ball across the goal line and give Kansas State the win.
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