Texas A&M 56, Vanderbilt 24
Before Andre Ware's transition lenses had a chance to transition, Texas A&M led Vanderbilt 28-0. Amazingly though, based on those first 17 minutes of the game, that lead shrank to 28-17 at halftime.
Said coughing up of a four-touchdown lead came courtesy of a Johnny Manziel interception, a turnover on downs, an onside kick recovery by Vandy, and a fumble by Trey Williams. So after being on the verge of losing by 470, Vandy was able to return the game to a competitive zone.
Then, with all of that momentum and good fortune showing its gold, Vandy starting quarterback Patton Robinette threw an interception on the first play of the quarter, and the interception was returned for a touchdown. LET'S GO, WE GOTTA BEAT TRAFFIC.
And that was just the start to Vandy's third quarter. Here are the results of each of their third quarter possessions:
-INT for touchdown
-Turnover on downs at their 37