Oklahoma State and Texas A&M were, by all accounts, likely to stage a shootout in College Station. But only the Aggies have put a big number on the scoreboard so far.
Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill kept the ball on a read option and dashed 65 yards to open the scoring for the Aggies, and the two teams have since traded field goals to make the score 10-3 in A&M's favor near the end of the first quarter.
Neither team has had much luck stopping the other. Texas A&M has 153 yards of total offense, and Oklahoma State has crossed the century mark in yardage, too.
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