Q&A: Texas A&M commit Alex Sezer 

October, 3, 2012
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LIVINGSTON, Texas -- If there's one thing that becomes abundantly clear when watching Orange (Texas) Little Cypress-Mauriceville running back Alex Sezer, it's that he has speed.

Livingston (Texas) High School found that out first hand when it faced Sezer and the Bears on Friday in the two teams' first district game of the season. In the second quarter after his team came up with a big turnover, Sezer capitalized by breaking free for a 50-yard touchdown run. Once he got into the secondary, nobody was catching him.

Despite a 42-35 loss to Livingston, Sezer put up a productive night for Little Cypress-Mauriceville. The 5-foot-10, 170-pound athlete ran for 131 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries in the defeat and visited with GigEmNation afterward.
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