Tuscaloosa, AL (Sports Network) - Texas A&M's first-ever trip to Tuscaloosa
was a memorable one.
Deshazor Everett picked off AJ McCarron with over 1 1/2 minutes remaining to
help seal the 15th-ranked Aggies' 29-24 victory over the top-ranked Alabama
McCarron's 54-yard touchdown pass to Amari Cooper with 6:09 to play cut the
gap to 29-24.
The Crimson Tide had a chance to go in front after Texas A&M went three-and-
out. Kenny Bell caught a 54-yard pass on the first play to move the ball to
the six. On 4th-and-goal from the two, McCarron tried to hook up with Bell in
the right side of the end zone. However, Everett stepped in front of the pass
for the interception.
It seemed like Alabama was going to have one last shot to keep its undefeated
season alive. With the Aggies ready to punt on fourth down, the Crimson Tide
jumped offside. Texas A&M was awarded a first down and the Aggies ran out the
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