Texas spoiled Texas A&M's going away party.
Justin Tucker kicked a 40-yard field goal as time expired to
give the Longhorns a 27-25 victory over Texas A&M on Thursday night
in the likely end of a more than century-old rivalry.
Texas A&M's last Big 12 game and the 118th meeting between these
bitter rivals before the Aggies depart for the Southeastern
Conference next season was a thriller befitting one of college
football's oldest and most storied matchups.
The Aggies were down 24-19 before Ryan Tannehill found Jeff
Fuller on a 16-yard touchdown pass with less than 2 minutes left.
But the 2-point conversion failed, leaving A&M ahead 25-24.
The Longhorns' winning drive was helped by a 15-yard personal
foul penalty and a 25-yard run by quarterback Case McCoy.
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