Andre Barrett's Girlfriend

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Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:50:06 GMT reply
234\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmm35465
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:50:00 GMT reply
Hahahahaha TyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to losefwefeg
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:49:52 GMT reply
243\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmm435
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:49:46 GMT reply
WhenTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to loserhtb
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:49:39 GMT reply
4325\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmm56
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:49:35 GMT reply
We get TyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to loseth
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:49:28 GMT reply
2342\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmm4356
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:49:21 GMT reply
234\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmmw545
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:49:15 GMT reply
AwfegvrTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to loservrbt
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:49:08 GMT reply
345\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmm4356
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:49:03 GMT reply
AzafghrTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to losergjgn
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:48:56 GMT reply
sr5eytr\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmme65yrt
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:48:52 GMT reply
SctnymTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to losebffb
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:48:46 GMT reply
23524\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmms64
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:48:37 GMT reply
kyioujhgf\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmmse
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:48:33 GMT reply
Hahahahaha hahahaha TyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:48:26 GMT reply
fstrhgf\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmmsdtyhg
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:48:20 GMT reply
fob\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmm
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:48:14 GMT reply
EHjykykTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to loserghr
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:48:05 GMT reply
giants\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmm
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:47:58 GMT reply
GTjkuukfTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to losetjjy
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:47:51 GMT reply
fdgdyhg\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmmdrjyhgf
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:47:47 GMT reply
WfrhtjTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to losefbjky
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:47:42 GMT reply
xfshtgf\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmmsdehdg
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:47:34 GMT reply
dfshtrdgf\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmmsejhr
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:47:27 GMT reply
dsgt\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmmsterhd
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:47:24 GMT reply
WhjrtjtjfewfTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to losegtykk
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:47:15 GMT reply
nvmj\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmm
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:47:12 GMT reply
AfgtnTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:47:07 GMT reply
fdtyhg\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmm
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:47:03 GMT reply
AdenTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
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College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:46:57 GMT reply
mkloui\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmm
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:46:52 GMT reply
As TyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:46:47 GMT reply
dfstrgf\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmmdyjumjku
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:46:41 GMT reply
AddTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to loseeehj
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:46:34 GMT reply
dfsdty\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmmdfj
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:46:30 GMT reply
LogTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:46:24 GMT reply
kjg\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmm
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:46:19 GMT reply
FrbTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:46:14 GMT reply
safesd\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmm
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:46:11 GMT reply
ChTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:46:05 GMT reply
\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmmfat
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:46:00 GMT reply
WeightTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:45:54 GMT reply
dtrg\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmmdtery
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:45:51 GMT reply
Hti TyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:45:44 GMT reply
dftrgf\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
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Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmmdtyh
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:45:41 GMT reply
DbjtkyoulTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
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"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:45:31 GMT reply
CehtjyjunTyyytC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
ADVERTISEMENT
"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Thu, 29 Nov 2018 13:45:21 GMT reply
aeergdf\hbjhbJC uucCOLLEGE STATION, Texas -- With Texas A&M's game with No. 7 LSU tied at 72-72 in the seventh overtime on Saturday night and the Aggies set to attempt a 2-point conversion, receiver Kendrick Rogers was frantically being tended to on the sideline for severe cramping in his calves.
Rogers was able to get himself together just in time to get back into the game and grab Kellen Mond's 2-point conversion pass that gave A&M at 74-72 victory in a game that tied the NCAA record for most overtimes in an FBS game.
ADVERTISEMENT
"These are moments you live for, so no matter what's going on with your body you want to be out there," Rogers said. "So, you just have to talk yourself out of it, just mentally fight through it."
EDITOR'S PICKS
College football Power Rankings: More drama, surprises in Week 13
Ohio State jumped in the rankings, Notre Dame survived USC's upset bid and Texas A&M outlasted LSU.
Rivalry Week shows the best of college football once again
Ohio State and Notre Dame got huge wins as part of a drama-filled three days of action.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 13
A Michigan loss finally shakes things up, leading to Georgia's cracking the top four heading into an SEC showdown with top-ranked Alabama.
Mond connected with Quartney Davis on a 17-yard throw to tie it at 72. Greedy Williams was called for pass interference on the first 2-point conversion try, giving the Aggies (8-4, 5-3, No. 22 CFP), another shot. After a false start by Texas A&M, Mond found Rogers for the conversion to end it.
Throngs of fans rushed the field to celebrate after the grab by Rogers.
"We showed as a team that we're never going to quit, and we did that for four quarters and way more," Mond said.
Joe Burrow had a 10-yard TD run to put LSU (9-3, 5-3) up 72-66 in the seventh OT, but his 2-point conversion throw failed.
"You had two teams out there refusing to lose and we just made one more play," Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher said.Rvtmmsteyh
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