Sunday, November 13, 2011

KSU vs. Texas A&M - Football

     Last night was an amazing game that needed four overtimes before one of the teams walked off of the field victorious. Texas A&M led by 10 points late in the fourth quarter, but the resiliency of the Wildcats showed as they came back, tied the game, and sent it into overtime. After four thrilling extra periods, K-State, the home team, prevailed and won the game, 53-50. Below are four images from the game.

Texas A&M linebacker Damontre Moore stays kneeled down as he is surrounded by K-State players moments after the Wildcats scored the game winning touchdown in the fourth overtime Saturday night, winning, 53-50. The Aggies led by 10 points with around six minutes to go in the game, but K-State showed resiliency as they tied it up and forced extra time.
K-State free safety Matthew Pearson high fives an enlivened crowd after the Wildcats beat Texas A&M in four overtimes. Members of the K-State football team circled part of the stadium after winning, celebrating with fans.
K-State wide receiver Chris Harper dives for a long reception late in the second half of Saturday nights four overtime thriller against Texas A&M. Harper finished the game with 134 yards receiving and one touchdown, helping the Wildcats win, 53-50.
Texas A&M head coach Mike Sherman and K-State head coach Bill Snyder walk off of the field after shaking hands at midfield after K-State won a four overtime thriller Saturday night, 53-50. This was the last time the two teams will play each other as conference opponents. Texas A&M will be a member of the SEC starting in July of 2012.

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