September 10, 2006
A&M offense gets exemplary grades
Typically over the years, this has been a critical analysis of the team's offensive performance discussing the positives and negatives. However, what happens when an analyst can't find any negatives?
That's the dilemma in this week's analysis as the Texas A&M offense whipped up a picture perfect performance in week two against Louisiana-Lafayette. The few Ragin' Cajun fans who made the trip to Kyle Field had nothing to cheer about other than the faint memories of miracles from years past.
In short, it was a surgical destruction. The Aggie offense played as close to a perfect as a unit can do.
How dominant was the Aggie offense? Here's a long list for you:
The offense scored a touchdown on its first four drives.
The offense either scored or attempted a field goal on every drive until the final possession of the game with the third and fourth stringers.
The Aggie offense had five drives over 50 yards, and seven drives over 40 yards.
The first team offense called it a night after one drive in the second half with over eight minutes remaining in the third quarter
The second team scored touchdowns on its two drives in the third quarter.
Aggie quarterbacks completed 72-percent of their passes for 271 yards and two touchdowns.
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