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Game Balls: Auburn

The Texas A&M Aggies outlasted a tough Auburn team in Jordan-Hare Stadium Saturday night, 29-16. As always, Aggie Digest hands out it's game balls for the top five Aggie contributors.

The Texas A&M Aggies struggled in the red zone throughout the night but hung around long enough to wait for big plays and got stingy play from John Chavis' defense to seal the conference road victory for head coach Kevin Sumlin and his team.

As is the case each week, Aggie Digest hands out it's game balls to the top five performers in the Aggies win.

Here are this week's choices:

Daniel LaCamera - The sophomore kicker was nails all night and his right leg personally accounted for 17 of the Aggies 29 points. His final stat line on the night, 5 of 5 for FGs (46, 35, 31, 25 and 26) as well as 2 for 2 on extra points.

Myles Garrett - What a dominant performance with the bright lights shining on him tonight. He was a clear focus of the broadcast and he gave them plenty to talk about all night. He finished the night with 2.5 tackles-for-loss, including two sacks on paper but was a constant nuisance in the Auburn backfield.

Trevor Knight - It could be a long season for Aggie fans with Trevor Knight. He has a lot of gun slinger in him at times. Saturday night he didn't do anything to cost the Aggies the game (no turnovers) but still had times he needed improved consistency. None the less, he finishes his night going 20 of 40 for 247 yards and a touchdown. He also added 42 yards on the ground.

Justin Evans - The head hunting safety not only led the Aggies with 12 tackles in the Auburn game but that doubled up the next closest Auburn player, Deshuan Davis, who led his team with six stops Saturday. Not only did Evans show great support in the run game, he continued his highly aggressive style of play delivering several hard hits.

Trayveon Williams - This last spot could have gone a few different ways but the true freshman gets the nod for his impressive performance, most notably his explosive 89 yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter to put the game away for the Aggies. Williams finished his day with 8 carries for 127 yards, including the late touchdown. Williams also had three receptions for 30 yards in the win.

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