COLLEGE STATION — No. 22 Texas A&M had a chance to go up two scores in the fourth quarter against No. 7 LSU, but the Tigers weren’t going down so easy.
After A&M quarterback Kellen Mond threw a swing pass to running back Trayveon Williams, LSU linebacker Devin White came crashing in and forced a fumble, the Aggies’ first of the game.
The fumble was picked up by LSU linebacker Michael Divinity and returned 58 yards for a touchdown tie tie the game at 24 with 10:12 to go in the game.
The score was reviewed to see if Williams’ knee hit the ground before the ball came out, but the ruling was confirmed and the touchdown stood.
You can catch the end of the Aggies and Tigers on SEC Network.
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