Texas A&M continues to struggle against an upset minded Mississippi State team. After falling behind 14-0 in the first quarter, Trevor Knight ran the ball for a 19-yard touchdown to narrow the lead and left the game with what appears to be a shoulder injury.
Second-string junior Jake Hubenak is now under center for the Aggies who are trying to avoid disaster against Mississippi State.
Hubenak hasn’t performed badly to this point, but he lacks the explosiveness Knight brings. Since taking over, Hubenak has passed eight times, completing five of them for 96 yards and a touchdown.
Instead, the Aggies have leaned on their running game and have found unspectacular results, they have only 61 yards on the ground without Knight.
Texas A&M is currently ranked No. 4 in the country and is going into this game with a lot to lose. The Bulldogs lead by two touchdowns going into the last quarter of the game.
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