Saturday October 17th, 2015

Texas A&M quarterback Kyle Allen had an afternoon to forget on Saturday, throwing three pick-sixes in a 41–23 loss to No. 10 Alabama.

Alabama’s Minkah Fitzpatrick started the scoring with a 33-yard interception return to give the Crimson Tide an early 7–0 lead with 7:53 remaining in the opening quarter. Eddie Jackson followed with a second interception return for a touchdown, extending the Alabama lead to 22 points with a 93-yard runback in the second.

With the Aggies behind 34–23 with just over five minutes to play in regulation, Allen threw his third pick-six of the game, finding the Tide’s Fitzpatrick once again. He ran it back 55 yards.


Allen finished the game 20 of 40 for 263 yards and a touchdown, with the three pick-sixes.

Ole Miss DL Nkemdiche leaves game with concussion 


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