AUSTIN, Texas -- Lost in the chaos that was the Case McCoy scramble and the Justin Tucker kick was how Jaxon Shipley might have won the Texas A&M game.
And it wasn't with his 41-yard touchdown pass. Or his 27-yard reception. Or with his two other catches. Those plays helped, sure. But where the wide receiver's contribution was immeasurable was on a simple route tucked inside in a series of offensive mishaps.
Trailing 13-0 to start the second quarter and faced with a first-and-10 at ...
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