What year did Texas A&M beat LSU in 7 overtimes?

The 2018 LSU–Texas A&M game went likewise to seven overtimes and lasted nearly five hours, tying the NCAA record for longest football game with four others.

Did manziel beat LSU?

Manziel struggled in LSU’s 24-19 victory in College Station last season. His career passing numbers against LSU now total 45-for-97 for 500 yards, one touchdown and five interceptions. For perspective, Manziel had 562 yards of total offense against top-ranked Alabama in one game earlier this season.

Who won the Cotton Bowl in 2013?

Texas A&M defeated Oklahoma 41–13 to win the Cotton Bowl Classic and to finish the season with an 11–2 record. Manziel rushed for 229 yards during the game, a bowl record, rushing for two touchdowns and throwing for two more.

What is the most OT in college football?

The longest overtime game in college football remains Bethune-Cookman’s 63-57 eight-overtime victory over Virginia State in 1998.

What is the longest overtime in college football history?

The Illini defeated Penn State in a nine-overtime — yes, NINE overtimes — stunner on Saturday. It took 60 minutes of regulation, two normal overtime periods, then seven exchanges of two-point conversion attempts for Illinois to notch the 20-18 win. By number of overtimes, it was the longest game in NCAA history.

When did OU play Texas A&M?

Redshirt senior right-handed pitcher Hope Trautwein during the Big 12 softball championship against Oklahoma State on May 14. No. 1 Oklahoma (51-2) defeated Texas A&M (30-27) 3-2 in the second game of the NCAA Norman Regional on Saturday afternoon.

Who did Texas A and M loose to?

There’s no other way to describe Texas A&M’s 26-22 loss at home to Mississippi State on Saturday. Shocking that the Aggies lost to the lowly Bulldogs, who claimed their 1st SEC win of the season — a program that hasn’t had a winning conference record since 2014. Shocking how the game was lost.

What is the longest college football rivalry?

Yale vs. 18 Princeton 51-14 in 2019. The Yale-Princeton rivalry is the oldest in college football, dating back to 1873. Yale and Princeton dominated the college football scene when this rivalry began, with Yale claiming 13 outright national titles and Princeton claiming eight between 1869 and 1894.