Texas A&M shut out Texas to clamp a firm hold on the top spot in the Red River Conference.
After posting convincing wins over their first two opponents, the Aggies had to work for it a bit more against UT, but came away 34-0 winners in front of an enthusiastic crowd
Texas A&M and Baylor gave us what we expected Saturday, with the Aggies holding off the Bears 15-10 in the meeting of two 3-0 teams.
A&M now moves to 4-0 while Baylor slides to 3-1, but with the Aggies not getting a four-try bonus point and Baylor getting a BP for a close loss, they aren't all that separated.
The Red River Conference finishes up its fall conference play this weekend with two games.
Baylor and Texas A&M moved to 2-0 with wins in the Red River over the weekend.
Baylor once again ran out to an early lead and held on, this time in a 45-21 decision against North Texas. The Bears bench has struggled to maintain the level of play the starters have, but they are all getting them.
Texas A&M and Baylor won early Red River Conference games over the weekend and sent a message that the up-and-comers still have a way to go.
A&M beat North Texas, a team that had, pre COVID, showed strong signs of being a contender. UNT isn’t struggling by any means, but A&M’s 58-7 victory was a message that there’s more to do.