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Game Balls: Ole Miss

The Texas A&M Aggies suffered a tough loss to visiting Ole Miss Saturday, 29-28 to fall to 7-3 on the season. There were some bright spots however and Aggie Digest hands out it's Game Balls.

The Texas A&M Aggies suffered a tough loss at home Saturday as Ole Miss came in and edged them 29-28 to drop them to 7-3 on the season.

Despite the final outcome, there were some bright spots for the Aggies and as usual we will hand out our game balls to standout players despite the outcome of the game.

Speedy Noil - Noil clearly has a rapport with Jake Hubenak as he seemed to get targeted much more in this game. He finished his day with four catches for 59 yards and a touchdown.

Claude George - George has really had a solid season in his increasing role with the linebackers. In the loss Saturday he had seven tackles, including three for-loss. 

Larry Pryor - The redshirt freshman had already seen a little more playing time this year but was thrust into the game with the loss of Armani Watts. He held his own finishing the day with six tackles, including one for-loss, and a big interception.

Josh Reynolds - Reynolds continues to do what he has done since arriving in College Station, make big catches when it matters most. On Saturday he caught four passes for 70 yards and a score.

Keith Ford - Fors didn't finished with a ton of yards but was very effective for the Aggies on the goal line where they have struggled at times. Ford scored from six yards out and then again from a yard out.

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