There hasn’t been this much excitement over an Alabama-Texas A&M score since Johnny Manziel was an Aggie in 2012.
This comes with the huge flashing caution light but … Texas A&M leads the top-ranked Crimson Tide, 17-7, after one quarter Saturday in College Station.
Zach Calzada was 7-for-7 passing with two scoring throws and 105 yards in the first 15 minutes.
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) October 10, 2021
Now, there were 45 minutes remaining and things could return to normalcy but for the time being, this is pretty shocking.
The 17-7 deficit against Texas A&M marks the first time Alabama has trailed by double digits since 11/9/2019 vs. LSU. pic.twitter.com/UAxBqhakA2
— SEConCBS (@SEConCBS) October 10, 2021