Texas A&M Football: Top 20 moments from the past decade

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse

It has been quite a decade for Texas A&M football. From a new conference and a Heisman winner to a 12th Man touchdown, what were the 2010s top moments?

From 2010-19, there were quite a few memories made for those in Maroon and White. Narrowing it down was a harrowing task and now to follow are the top 20 moments of Aggie football in the past decade.
It is important to note that these are not ranked but put in order based on when they happened.
On that note, we begin with 2010 and a game that has gone down in infamy as one of the loudest moments at Kyle Field ever, a fight with the Cornhuskers of Nebraska.

20. The Aggies beat Nebraska, 9-6 (2010)

On November 20, 2010, the Aggies set up to face off against No. 8 Nebraska. It was a game that consisted of five field goals, not a single touchdown and its own fair share of anger at calls that were made. The highlights of the game are shown above.

With Ryan Tannehill at quarterback and Cyrus Gray at running back, the Aggies fought tooth and nail. The defense forced two turnovers and Gray put up a career-high 137 yards on the ground. The Nebraska quarterback, Taylor Martinez, sustained an ankle injury early and missed a good chunk of the game. When he did come back, he was obviously off-kilter and that for sure favored the Aggies throughout the match.

All in all, it was the leg of Randy Bullock who hit a 19 yarder with 3:02 left to put the Aggies up and the defense took over from there, forcing a turnover on downs to put the game away.

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse