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Another turnover dooms Aggies

Published September 1, 2014 2:53 pm
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Chuckie Keeton's second interception of the night led to another Tennessee touchdown as the Vols continued to dominate the Aggies, leading 38-7 with 10 minutes to go in the game. Keeton, under pressure much of the night, simply threw a bad pass that was picked off by A.J. Johnson, setting up the Vols' touchdown. The play symbolized much of the Aggies' issues tonight as they've hurt themselves with turnovers and dropped passes. Credit a solid Tennessee defense too, but certainly this isn't the kind of offense the Aggies thought they'd bring to Neyland Stadium.




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