No. 18 Texas A&M; beats No. 9 Nebraska 9-6
Saturday, November 20, 2021 11:47 PM

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(Source: Associated Press/AP Online)By KRISTIE RIEKEN

COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Cyrus Gray ran for 137 yards and Randy Bullock kicked the go-ahead field goal with about three minutes left as No. 18 Texas A&M knocked off ninth-ranked Nebraska 9-6 Saturday night.

The win was Texas A&M's fifth straight and keeps Nebraska (9-2, 5-2 Big 12) from clinching the Big 12 North title. The Cornhuskers will have another chance to do it in their regular-season finale next week against Colorado.

The game was tied at 6 when the Aggies (8-3, 5-2) took the lead on Bullock's 19-yard field goal. The drive was kept alive by a roughing the passer penalty on Nebraska on third-and-11 at the Cornhuskers' 49.

Taylor Martinez missed the last five minutes of the first quarter and the entire second quarter after injuring his right ankle. He returned for the third quarter and played the rest of the game despite looking hobbled.

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