TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The body language on the visiting sideline told the story. Players and coaches were demonstrating the look of a lost cause, their hands on their hips while repeatedly glancing up at the clock as it continued to tick down. Only this wasn't at the end of the University of Alabama
Who is going to stop Alabama? The Aggies hung around for the first 35 minutes against the Crimson Tide, and briefly took a 14-13 lead. Alabama’s 13-0 lead before A&M got on the scoreboard could’ve been a lot bigger.
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