Texas A&M Aggies vs. Appalachian State Mountaineers: Live Updates – Sports Illustrated

  • September 11, 2022

The Texas A&M Aggies started off their 2022 season on a strong note with a 31-0 blowout victory over the Sam Houston Bearkats. 
It was a slow start for the Aggies, however after a lengthy rain delay they were able to get things going offensively. Quarterback Haynes King finished the day completing 20 of 31 passes for 364 yards and three touchdowns, while also tallying three interceptions. 
The receiver duo of Ainias Smith and Yulkeith Brown torched the Bearkats' defense, combining for 232 receiving yards and three touchdowns on eight receptions, averaging a whopping 29 yards per reception. 
Defensively, the Aggies were just as dominant as they completely stifled the Bearkat offense both before and after the weather delay. They held the Bearkats' offense to only 198 yards of total offense, limiting them to a mere 81 yards through the air. 
Now, the Aggies welcome the Appalachian State Mountaineers to College Station, where they must limit an offense who put up 61 points and 649 yards of total offense in a Week 1 loss.
Stay tuned here at AllAggies.com as we provide drive-by-drive updates as the Aggies take on the Mountaineers from Kyle Field.
In-game updates will appear below after kickoff…
FIRST QUARTER: Appalachian State 0, Texas A&M 0
Texas A&M won the toss and elected to defer to the second half. The Aggies will start on defense.
Chase Brice finds Christian Wells for a gain of 27 yards to keep the Mountaineers' drive alive.
The Aggies' defense buckles down and forces the Mountaineer offense off of the field on fourth-and-8.
The Aggies will start their drive at their own 14.
The Aggies are forced to punt as well, with the Mountaineer defense getting off of the field. 
On fourth-and-1, the Aggies jump offsides and keeps the Mountaineer drive alive.
The Mountaineers 42-yard field goal attempt is no good, as the Aggie defense holds after the lengthy App State drive.
The Aggies will start their drive at their own 25.
FUMBLE RECOVERY MOUNTAINEERS: Huge turnover for the Mountaineer defense who starts inside the Aggie 30-yard line.
The Mountaineers start their drive at the Aggies 29.
An ugly drive defensively for the Aggies, as a pass interference and two facemask penalties have the Mountaineers threatening to score. 
SECOND QUARTER: Appalachian State 7, Texas A&M 7
TOUCHDOWN MOUNTAINEERS: Marshall punches it in from 4 yards out for the touchdown. Hughes' extra point attempt makes it 7-0 with 14:56 left in the fourth quarter. The drive went 29 yards on 5 plays, taking 1:28 off the clock.
The Aggies will start their own drive at their own 25.
King keeps it himself and scrambles for 31 yards on 3rd and 14 to extend the Aggies' drive. 
TOUCHDOWN AGGIES: Achane races in from 26 yards for the touchdown run. Davis' extra point attempt ties the game at 7-7 with 11:37 left in the second quarter. The drive went 75 yards on 7 plays, taking 3:12 off the clock. 
The Mountaineers will start their drive at their own 23.
On fourth-and-1, the Mountaineers once again go to Marshall up the middle to convert and keep the drive alive.
On fourth-and-6 the Aggie defense stands tall, getting off the field on a turnover on downs.
The Aggies will start their drive at their own 39.
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The Mountaineer defense comes out after the turnover on downs and completely shuts down the Aggie offense, forcing a punt. 
The Mountaineers will start their drive at their own 12.
The Aggie defense gets off the field again, forcing an App State punt. 
The Aggies will start their drive at their own 29. 
The Aggies' offense goes three-and-out, taking only 16 seconds off the clock and will give App State one more possession this half.
The Mountaineers will start their drive at their own 34.
The Mountaineers will see the clock tick down and bring an end to the first half. 
HALFTIME: Appalachian State 7, Texas A&M 7
THIRD QUARTER: Appalachian State 14, Texas A&M 14
The Aggies will start their drive at the 25-yard line. 
The Aggies pick up a first down on a completion to Smith, but the Mountaineers respond for three straight stops. A&M punter Nik Constantinu comes out for a punt. 
The Mountaineers will start their drive from the 19-yard line. 
A sack by by sophomore defensive lineman Shemar Turner forces another three-and-out for Appalachian State.
The Aggies will begin the drive on their own 33-yard line. 
FUMBLE RECOVERY MOUNTAINEERS: Things start trending in A&M's direction, but a fumble by receiver Evan Stewart after picking up the first down leads to a turnover. 
The Mountaineers will begin the drive from their own 40-yard line. 
TOUCHDOWN MOUNTAINEERS: Brice connects with Dashaun Davis for a gain of 21 and Christan Horn for three yards. On fourth-and-2, Brice keeps it for a gain of six and a fresh set of downs. Brice caps off the drive with tight end Henry Pearson for a 9-yard touchdown. The Mountaineers take the lead. 
TOUCHDOWN AGGIES: Achane shows off the speed on the kickoff with a 95-yard return to the house. A&M ties is back up at 14 with 2:20 left in the third quarter. 
The Mountaineers will begin their drive from their own 25-yard line. 
FOURTH QUARTER
FIELD GOAL MOUNTAINEERS In response to Achane's score, the Mountaineers drove right back down the field on the vaunted Aggies' defense, getting back into scoring position in a hurry behind a balanced attack. 
And after a long drive that lasted 17 plays, 55 yards, and took up 9:15 of game time, the Mountaineers cashed in with a field goal, taking a 17-14 lead.
MISSED FIELD GOAL AGGIES The Aggies drove right back down the field in response to the Appalachian State scoring drive and looked to be on track to either tie the game or take the lead. 
However, that was not to be, with the Aggies missing a field goal attempt from 47 yards out. The Mountaineers took over from their own 30.
MOUNTAINEERS CLOSE IT OUT From there, the Mountaineers were able to run out the clock, securing the upset. 
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