Video: Texas A&M DL Myles Garrett Blocks Auburn Field Goal, DB Deshazor Everett Returns It For A Touchdown
One of today’s most surprising games is the contest between Texas A&M and Auburn at Jordan-Hare Stadium. The Aggies have gone into Auburn and hold a 35-17 halftime lead on the No. 3 team in the country. Just before halftime, the Tigers lined up for a 41-yard field goal, but it was blocked by star Aggies freshman Myles Garrett. The ball was scooped up by DB Deshazor Everett...
The Texas A&M Aggies are pulling off the biggest shocker of Week 11 with their 35-17 lead at halftime of their game vs. the Auburn Tigers. This, thanks to Myles Garret’s blocked field goal that DeShazor Everett returned for the score on the final play of the first half. . Want to continue this discussion? […]
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) Deshazor Everett didn't really celebrate winning Southeastern Conference defensive player of the week honors after piling up a career-high 16 tackles in No. 6 Texas A&M's overtime win against Arkansas. Why? ''It means people are going to start challenging me more,'' he said. ''No one is going to think: `Hey he's a great player just because he got...
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For the last couple seasons the Texas A&M defense has been much maligned and if you watched the Aggies play you know why. This year, however, the defense is not just holding its own. It's doing a lot to help the team win games.Leading the charge is one of three seniors in the starting line up, defensive back Deshazor Everett.Add captionRead more »
Senior Texas A&M defensive back Deshazor Everett was going through the car wash earlier this week at SEC media days and had stopped to get hosed down by Mark Packer of SiriusXM College Sports. “What are the differences between the players in this league and the Big 12?,” Packer asked. It seemed like an odd question to pose to someone who played occasionally on special teams...
Earlier this week, Bovada released a number of options for betting on the 2014 college football season, including conference title odds for the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC and national championship odds for 51 programs. As is usually the case when numbers like these are released, some people agree with the odds the professionals are offering, while others simply do not....
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