Texas A&M 31, Ole Miss 24

Angelo Anderson
November 19, 2017

The Aggies looked a little shaky opening the second half as they drove the ball down the field and kicker Daniel LaCamera missed at 45-yard field goal attempt, but a glimpse of hope for the Aggies came with a Derrick Tucker pick six giving Texas A&M their first lead of the game 28-24 over Ole Miss. Meanwhile, the Ole Miss Rebels are looking to put together a good run to finish out the regular season, despite being ineligible to make it to a bowl game no matter what.

Ole Miss (5-6, 2-5) couldn't generate any offense after a promising first half. A late 28-yard field goal from Gary Wunderlich sailed through the uprights and Ole Miss closed the first half leading 24-21.

Texas A&M quarterback Nick Starkel (17) throws during the first half of an NCAA college football game against MS in Oxford, Miss., Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017.

Texas A&M's Damion Ratley caught five passes for 111 yards and a touchdown.

Ta'amu threw for 189 yards on 19-of-34 passing with three touchdowns and an interception. Outside of that run, Wilkins had a solid - if not spectacular - 18 carries for 83 yards.

The Rebels started the possession at the 35 after A&M's Braden Mann kicked the ball out of bounds following Starkel's 1-yard game-tying touchdown run.

There game opened with four touchdowns on four possessions for a 14-14 tie.

The defenses took over until the final minutes of the half.

Starkel, making his third career start, threw for 272 yards and a touchdown as the Aggies improved to 7-4 (4-3 SEC). A&M answered that with an eight-play, 80-yard drive.

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