Week 11 helmet stickers

November, 10, 2013
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COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Texas A&M won its third straight game, a 51-41 decision over Mississippi State on Saturday at Kyle Field. Let's hand out a few helmet stickers:

Johnny Manziel: He compiled 493 offensive yards and threw for five touchdowns. It was his fifth career 400-yard passing game, fourth this season. Yes, he threw three interceptions, but he made enough positive plays to make up for them. Another productive day for Johnny Football.

Travis Labhart: What a story he is. From walk-on to scholarship player, from backup to starter and key contributor. Labhart continues to get better from week to week. On Saturday he had a career high 102 yards and two touchdowns on six receptions.

Malcome Kennedy: Kennedy led the team in receptions (eight) and had 96 yards and two touchdowns, one to get the Aggies on the board in the first quarter and one to start their scoring in the third quarter. He has been a reliable pass-catching option all year and has -- like Labhart -- taken advantage of the space given by teams who choose to double cover Mike Evans.

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Texas A&M/SEC reporter

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