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  Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher worked all week to make sure his team didn't take Prairie View A&M lightly, especially with its regular-season finale against LSU coming up. The 16th-ranked Aggies quickly showed their coach that they heard his message loud and clear. Devon Achane and Isaiah Spiller combined for three touchdowns before halftime, and Texas A&M cruised to a 52-3 win over the Panthers on Saturday. "We didn't look ahead like LSU, LSU and just overlook PV," safety Leon O'Neal Jr. said. "That's not how we do things around here. We focused on Prairie View." Texas A&M easily bounced back from last week's loss at Ole Miss. Prairie View (7-3), an FCS school that plays in the SWAC, just couldn't keep up with the Aggies (8-3). "Our guys went out and played well and did what we were supposed to do," Fisher said. Texas A&M led 38-0 after a dominant first half by Achane and Spiller. It also limited Prairie View to 2 yards passing before the break.

Moose Muhammad grabbed a 30-yard TD pass from Zach Calzada on Texas A&M's first possession of the third quarter, making it 45-0. The Panthers got on the board on a 25-yard field goal by Luis Reyes on the next drive. Backup quarterback Blake Bost then took over for A&M with about 5 1/2 minutes left in the third quarter. Achane and Spiller combined for 115 yards rushing in the first two quarters and didn't run the ball after halftime. "They're great players and had very efficient days," Fisher said. "They started everything off for us perfectly." Prairie View graduate transfer Jawon Pass had just one completion and lost a fumble that the Aggies returned for a touchdown before being benched for Trazon Connley. He didn't fare much better, completing just one pass for 7 yards and rushing for 41 yards. - Texas A&M/AP College Football


(DS#3 RB) Jr/2022 RB *Isaiah SpillerTexas AM
News Source: Texas A&M/AP College Football


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