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Yet again, Aggies clip Hogs after halftime

Arkansas' bad dream against Texas A&M just won't end. For the third time in four years, the Aggies topped the Razorbacks in overtime. The game that didn't go to overtime ended in a Texas A&M blowout despite a tie game at the half.

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Texas A&M outlasts Arkansas in overtime (3:02)
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Texas A&M tops Arkansas in OT (1:43)

Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer 

It's been ugly in many ways but Texas A&M is one play from being 4-0. Wins like today's aren't racking up chits for Kevin Sumlin. Aggies have been here before. Playing defense would help.

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Sumlin discusses Aggies' first SEC win (1:42)

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas A&M outlasts Arkansas 50-43 in a wild overtime game that included six lead changes after halftime, 34 fourth quarter points, nine plays of 30-plus yards and a missed call that cost the Aggies four points. It's a huge win for Aggies' coach Kevin Sumlin, who has been under a lot of pressure and can't afford many more losses, and a blow to Arkansas coach Bret Bielema, who also has his fair share of critics and has yet to beat Texas A&M since taking over the Razorbacks in 2013.

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Razorbacks' Allen pass intercepted in end zone to end game (0:45)
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Texas A&M with first TD in OT (0:36)

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Free football at JerryWorld: Arkansas and Texas A&M tied at 43 going into overtime. It's been a wild one, with nine combined plays that have gone for at least 30 yards and 34 combined points scored in the fourth quarter.

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Razorbacks' Williams pushes through the end zone for TD (0:51)
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Aggies' Kirk with 100-yard kickoff TD (1:01)
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Razorbacks respond with great TD throw (0:31)

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Heading into the fourth quarter at AT&T Stadium, that missed call looms large as Texas A&M trails Arkansas 28-24. The Aggies settled for a field goal on the Kellen Mond would-be touchdown that was ruled dead at the 10 in the second quarter, and those four points may play a big role in the result of this game.

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Arkansas' Williams runs up the middle for TD (0:29)

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Statement from the SEC office about the missed call on the Kellen Mond would-be touchdown that wasn't: "On the play at 10:02 in the second quarter of the Texas A&M vs. Arkansas game, the ball carrier was incorrectly ruled out of bounds and the play was whistled dead by the official. Based on the NCAA football playing rule 12-3-3-g, "If the ball carrier is ruled out of bounds, the play is not reviewable."

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Texas A&M's Ford TD gives Aggies lead (0:48)
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ARK VS TA&M (0:49)

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Arkansas' defense came into Saturday's game as one of only four in the FBS to allow three or fewer 20-plus-yard plays this season. Texas A&M has three such plays in less than two quarters at AT&T Stadium.

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Texas A&M QB Kellen Mond ran for what appeared to be an 89-yard touchdown run in the second quarter but the score was disallowed because an official blew the play dead at the 10, believing Mond had stepped out of bounds when Arkansas safety Josh Liddell caught him. Replay showed Mond did not step out of bounds but because the play was whistled dead, it is not reviewable. The Aggies had to settle for a field goal on the drive.

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Texas A&M QB runs 79 yards (0:57)

Team Stats

Passing Yards201.088th
Rushing Yards260.315th
Points For40.8Tied-19th
Points Against30.8Tied-95th

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