Film review: Texas A&M 29, Alabama 24 

November, 12, 2012
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Johnny ManzielJohn David Mercer/US PresswireJohnny Manziel's ability to improvise and keep plays alive keeps Aggies receivers on alert.

Texas A&M pulled out a thrilling 29-24 win over then-No. 1 Alabama on Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium. It took a complete effort, and the Aggies were effective on both sides of the ball. Here are three examples of notable plays where the Aggies' shined:

Situation: Texas A&M ball, third-and-goal at the Alabama 10 (8:09 left, first quarter)
Score: Texas A&M 7, Alabama 0
Texas A&M Off to First 4-0 Start Since 2006
Kenny Hill had 322 yards of total offense playing in the first half alone in Texas A&M's 58-6 win over SMU.
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