Photo Gallery - Texas A&M

This one was U....G....L...Y. For the second consecutive year the Longhorns were dominated by an inspired Texas A&M squad that ran and passed their way through, around and over a hapless Longhorn defense that surrendered 533 yards, 40 minutes time of possession and 27 first downs to the Aggies.


The Aggies got off to a quick start after Michael Goodson was able to slip this Brian Orakpo tackle and go into the endzone untouched for a 7-0 lead.



Rashad Bobino and Brian Orakpo limit Jorvorski Lane to a short gain in the first quarter.



Jamaal Charles ran strong all day with 92 yards, but he was limited to just 17 touches due to the fact that the Longhorns played from way behind for most of the contest.



Marcus Griffin (26) gets run over and Eddie Jones (32) holds on for deal life as Jorvorski Lane rumbles for a big gain.



Deon Beasley intercepted this Stephen McGee pass in the second quarter, but the Texas offense was not able to take advantage of the mistake and put points on the board.



Ryan Palmer fought for this deep pass, but like the team as a whole he lost the battle with Kerry Franks and the Aggies went on the socre and push their lead to 17-0.



Colt McCoy never really got the passing game going until the fourth quarter.



Brandon Foster registered the second interception of the day in the third quarter and returned the ball to the A&M 8-yard line to set up the first Longhorn touchdown of the game.



Jamaal Charles cashes in on Brandon Foster's interception with an 8-yard scoring run to cut the Aggie lead to 17-10.



Quan Cosby's only catch of the game covered 12 yards and came late in the fourth quarter.



A stunned Colt McCoy walks off the field having dropped another game to the Aggies.



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