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Name: Zach Calzada 
College: Texas AM     Number: 10
Height: 6-3   Weight: 210
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSo/2024

40 Low: 4.72
   40 Time: 4.81
  40 High: 4.90
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Height: 6026
Weight: 210

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Zach Calzada, Texas AM, Player News

  10/14/21 - QB Zach CalzadarSo/2024, Texas AM, 6-3, 210 (DS#17 QB) + More +

  OCT 11 SEC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Zach Calzada, QB, Texas A&M,...The sophomore from Sugar Hill, Georgia, started his fourth game of his Aggie career and completed his first 10 passes against top-ranked Alabama...On the day, Calzada was 21-of-31 for 285 yards with one interception and three touchdown passes...In the fourth quarter, Calzada missed on his first five pass attempts, but then completed four of his next five passes to tie the game with a 25-yard touchdown strike to Ainias Smith with three minutes remaining in the game...After an Aggie defensive three and out series, Calzada led the offense 54 yards on eight plays with a game-winning 28-yard field goal...Calzada also scrambled for a first down moving the ball into Alabama territory. - SEC Football

(DS#17 QB) rSo/2024 QB Zach CalzadaTexas AM
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  10/10/21 - QB Zach CalzadarSo/2024, Texas AM, 6-3, 210 (DS#17 QB) + More +

  During a speaking engagement this spring Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher used colorful language to proclaim his team would beat Alabama during coach Nick Saban's career. He fulfilled that promise in his first try since that vow Saturday night, handing the defending national champions their first loss since 2019 in a thrilling upset. "Our team beat a really good football team...and that's what's important to me," Fisher said. Seth Small made a 28-yard field goal as time expired and Texas A&M stunned top-ranked Alabama 41-38 to end the Crimson Tide's winning streak at 19 games. The victory came on Fisher's 56th birthday and is certainly Texas A&M's biggest win since Fisher took over in 2018. "I didn't know what to get him, so we thought as a team that we should get a win for him," Small said. Alabama (5-1, 2-1 Southeastern Conference) had scored 21 straight points - capped by a TD reception and 2-point conversion grab by Jameson Williams - to take a 38-31 lead with five minutes to go.

Texas A&M (4-2, 1-2) tied it at 38 when Zach Calzada connected with Ainias Smith for a 25-yard touchdown with three minutes left. Calzada was hit as he threw the strike and had to be helped off the field but returned for the next drive after a visit to the medical tent. Calzada returned after the Aggies forced a punt to orchestrate the winning drive, highlighted by a 17-yard pass to Isaiah Spiller before Small finished it off to send fans streaming onto the field to celebrate. "I'm proud of our guys," Fisher said. "We made plays at critical times." Calzada threw for 285 yards and three touchdowns, as the former backup played like a star. Devon Achane returned a kickoff 96 yards for a TD in the third quarter and A&M's defense got after Bryce Young all night. - Texas A&M/AP College Football


(DS#17 QB) rSo/2024 QB Zach CalzadaTexas AM
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  09/18/21 - QB Zach CalzadarSo/2024, Texas AM, 6-3, 210 (DS#17 QB) + More +

  Zach Calzada threw for 275 yards and three touchdowns in his first career start to power No. 7 Texas A&M in a 34-0 rout of New Mexico on Saturday. The victory extends A&M's winning streak to 11 games and gives the Aggies a 3-0 start for the first time since opening the 2016 season with six consecutive wins. Calzada was thrust into the job last weekend against Colorado when Haynes King was injured on A&M's second possession. King had surgery this week to repair a broken right leg, leaving Calzada to run the offense.

Calzada looked more comfortable, and the Aggies moved the ball much better Saturday than they did last week while scoring just 10 points in a win over the Buffaloes. They eclipsed their total points from that game in the first six minutes of this one and built a 24-point lead by halftime. Terry Wilson, a transfer from Kentucky who had 559 yards passing in the first two games, threw for just 33 yards Saturday for New Mexico (2-1) while being hurried and harassed all day. He had an interception, was sacked four times and had three passes broken up by A&M's stingy defense. Texas A&M extended the lead to 21-0 when Isaiah Spiller shed three defenders on a 5-yard scoring run with about six minutes left in the second quarter. Spiller had 117 yards rushing to bounce back after running for just 20 yards last week. - Texas A&M Football/AP College Football


(DS#17 QB) rSo/2024 QB Zach CalzadaTexas AM
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  09/11/21 - QB Zach CalzadarSo/2024, Texas AM, 6-3, 210 (DS#17 QB) + More +

  Freshman quarterback Haynes King's backup started out slowly, finished precious few drives and even fumbled the football a whisker from the goal line. Sophomore Zach Calzada came up clutch in the end, though, throwing an 18-yard touchdown pass to running back Isaiah Spiller with 2:41 remaining to help fifth-ranked Texas A&M edge Colorado 10-7 Saturday. "The one thing you can say he made the plays on those drives that mattered, right there at the end," Aggies coach Jimbo Fisher said. And Fisher didn't want to hear about how his Aggies should have walloped the Buffaloes, either. "First and foremost, Colorado played a heck of a football game. We got a very good football team," Fisher said. "They were a lot of the reason why we had issues today. We can sit here and say we blame it on ourselves, but they did a really, really good job, physically and schematically. "We were fortunate to come out of that one." Unbeaten if not unscathed.

Spiller's TD gave the Aggies (2-0) their first lead on a day in which they lost their star freshman starting quarterback to a lower right leg injury and eight of their first nine drives were three-and-outs. Colorado's hopes of an upset over the 17-point favorite Aggies ended when Brendon Lewis' pass to Dimitri Stanley on fourth-and-13 from his 22 covered just 12 yards before he was smothered by a bevy of defenders. "It gives us an identity," Spiller said of the hard-fought victory. "It was our first adversity game, it was a great challenge for us." Maybe it'll give the Buffs an identity, too. - Texas A&M/AP College Football


(DS#17 QB) rSo/2024 QB Zach CalzadaTexas AM
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