Although Texas A&M entered the matchup as the 24-point underdog to No. 1 Alabama, the Aggies are having a hard time. The Crimson Tide leads the fourth quarter 24-17 on a night in which the Aggies forced four Alabama turnovers and cashed in three for scores.
Texas A&M forced its third fumble into the middle of the third quarter and recovered at its own 38-yard line. it marched off the field, but wide receiver Moose Muhammed III dropped an easy third-down conversion that forced the visitors to settle for the field goal. Alabama drove through the field late in the frame, but Will Reichard pushed a 47-yard wide field goal to the left, giving Texas A&M the ball with a chance to take the lead early in the fourth.
Alabama star driving back, Jahmyr Gibbs appeared to injure his shoulder at the end of the third after trailing 138m in 45 minutes. That’s something to keep an eye on, as he was the focal point of an attack that was forced to be a one-dimensional under reserve quarterback Jalen Milroe.
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