Another Aggies second-half meltdown

COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- What else is there to say?

I don't know what it is.

Clearly Texas A&M doesn't, either.

Second halves have been continual nightmares for Texas A&M all season, and it turned a nine-point halftime lead into an eight-point deficit in the third quarter.

Texas leads 24-16 after Cody Johnson scored from one yard. The Longhorns have outscored Texas A&M 17-0 in the first 11 minutes of the second half.

Credit two Ryan Tannehill interceptions -- one returned 58 yards for a touchdown by Carrington Byndom -- and an 81-yard punt return by Quandre Diggs for the game's shift.

Both Tannehill interceptions were inexplicable forced throws, though Diggs' return was a fantastic play by the true freshman.

Texas' defense played an unbelievable first half to keep the Longhorns hanging around while the offense struggled to string together first downs. Now, a rough day for Tannehill has turned awful and the game's momentum has completely shifted.

He's 12-of-32 for 129 yards, a touchdown and three interceptions.

Texas A&M has already lost four games this season while leading by double digits at halftime. This one was close enough.

Unless the Aggies can rebound, a season that began with a Top-10 ranking will end with a 6-6 record and lost bragging rights for who knows how long to their most hated rival.

Unbelievable, yet also very believable.