Pocket Bullets Paris
Johnny Manziel and the Aggies came out like streaks of white lighting in the first quarter and scored three TDs with Johnny throwing for all three to build a 21-0 lead, despite the shoulder injury he suffered last week against Auburn. The Commodores roared back with 17 unanswered points in the second quarter, shifting the momentum for a few moments. But a quick pick six to start the second half shifted it right back to the Aggies who never looked back. It was an excellent showing for the Ag’s much-maligned defense, which sacked Vandy’s freshman quarterback Patton Robinette five times and intercepted him twice. Texas A&M looked like they were on a mission to prove they still have IT and ended the game with an impressive 56-24 W.
We only had a few entries to our predict-the-score contest and this time our very own Lynn P. takes the prize home. Lynn predicted a score of 41 to 28 Aggies over the Commodores and that was all she needed to win the double set of World Class Copag Poker Playing Cards. Congratulations, Lynn!