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A quarter-by-quarter look at the Texas A&M-UAB game on Saturday at Kyle Field.

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Twice is nice: Sophomore Jayden Peevy blocked a pair of UAB kicks — a field goal and an extra point. It was the Aggies’ second field-goal block of the season (Daylon Mack vs. Louisiana-Monroe) and marked the first time since the 2017 Auburn game that the Aggies blocked more than one kick in the same game.

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Here are five unsung heroes from Texas A&M's 41-20 victory over Alabama-Birmingham on Saturday:

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Running back Trayveon Williams and tight end Jace Sternberger each scored a pair of touchdowns to lead Texas A&M to a 41-20 nonconference victory over the UAB Blazers on Saturday night at Kyle Field before 97,584 fans.

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ATLANTA — Georgia Tech kicker Wesley Wells followed a career-long 48-yard field goal with a 40-yard attempt that barely cleared the cross bar in the first overtime period on Saturday, but his kick was enough to lift the Yellow Jackets to a 30-27 win over Virginia.

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Georgia did not completely halt the Massachusetts offense in its 66-27 win on Saturday, but it still dominated in most facets of the game.

The Bulldogs tallied 701 yards of total offense compared to the Minutemen’s 390, although the 27 points from UMass were more than the Bulldogs have given up in eight of their previous 10 games. The 66 points scored by the Bulldogs marked the first time they scored more than 60 points since they defeated Kentucky 63-31 in 2014.

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What began with a celebration for the senior class eventually gave way to playing time for Tigers who haven’t had their number called a lot this season in LSU's 42-10 victory over Rice on Saturday night at Tiger Stadium.

Graduate transfer Terrence Alexander was first-team cornerback opposite Greedy Williams during LSU's pregame warmups before kickoff against Rice at Tiger Stadium.

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TUSCALOOSA — Alabama head coach Nick Saban doesn’t overlook any opponent for a reason, and The Citadel proved exactly why in a surprising first half Saturday inside Bryant-Denny Stadium.

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Behind Enemy Bylines is a series in which The Red & Black discusses Georgia’s upcoming game with the sports editor of the student newspaper of Georgia’s opponent for that week. This week, assistant sports editor Michael Hebert talked to assistant sports editor Thomas Johnston of The Massachusetts Daily Collegian.

1. Start fast: Georgia Tech’s offense can be prolific piling up yards and points but it’s not built to come from behind. An early lead against the Yellow Jackets can go a long way. GT has outscored opponents 94-73 in the first quarter of games this year. It trailed at the half in three of its four losses. In the fourth loss, it was tied at the break. Virginia has been even better in the first quarter, outscoring opponents 93-54 in the first 15 minutes of games.

1. Stop the run: It’s been the difference the past three weeks. In losses to Georgia Tech, Boston College and Pittsburgh, Virginia Tech’s young and beat-up defense couldn’t stop their opponent from running the football. Miami has gotten mixed results running the ball this season, ranking seventh in the ACC. But Travis Homer has big-game ability and talented freshman Cam’Ron Davis is expected to play and burn his redshirt year, as well.

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Texas A&M season tickets for the 2019 football season will go on sale Saturday, the earliest in school history.

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Texas A&M tight end Jace Sternberger has made an instant impact in his first year with the program after transferring from Kansas by way of Northeastern Oklahoma A&M. 

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Texas A&M football fans were hopeful Jimbo Fisher’s first victory over a team from Alabama would be against the Crimson Tide, or at least the Auburn Tigers. Instead, they’ll settle for it coming against the Alabama-Birmingham Blazers.

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