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Tennessee and Texas A&M played in one of the craziest games of the season needing double overtime to decide a winner. Tennessee came back from an improbable two-score deficit thanks to a Malik Foreman hustle play that prevented the Aggies from going up two touchdowns again.

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Tennessee scored on an Alvin Kamara catch and run to even up the game at 35 apiece. In the first overtime, both teams hit a field goal and then Texas A&M scored on a Trevor Knight keeper in the second overtime to go up 45-38. This is the play that ended the game though as Vols QB Josh Dobbs threw a bad interception for the seventh and costliest turnover of the game.

The two teams combined for 10 turnovers, 1,276 total yards of offense and a whole lot of crazy. Despite Tennessee missing several key starters on defense and losing several more throughout the course of the game, the Vols stayed in it and  managed to get this to overtime even though they had no business doing so.

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Texas A&M goes into a bye week on a huge win and a 6-0 record for the first time since 1994 while Tennessee has to go home to face Alabama next week.

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