In a game that
Manziel kept the Tide defense guessing at every turn, and used his legs, and wide receiver Ryan Swope, to torment the defense much of the afternoon. For the game, the aforementioned Swope was on the receiving end of 11 Manziel passes for 111 yards and one touchdown.
While the initial stages of the contest were dominated by the Aggies, the second half was a rollercoaster of emotion for everyone involved. The drama reached a climax when Alabama, trailing 29-24 in the final minutes of the game, garnered a first-and-goal at the Texas A&M six-yard line courtesy of an AJ McCarron 54-yard pass to Kenny Bell. The four plays that followed proved to be heartbreaking for the Tide, and monumental for the Aggies.
In a sequence that could be analyzed for days, the Crimson Tide, by many accounts, ran a series of inexplicable plays. With only six yards to go and four possible downs to achieve those six yards,
With arguably the best offensive line in the nation, and two of the most talented running backs in the league, the Tide became “pass happy” in an effort to get six yards, with four downs allotted.
In respect to the national title, hope is small, but hope is not lost. Sounds like 2011, eh?
Physical and mental healing is paramount for
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