Late in the third quarter of a tie game Saturday just after the Texas A&M defense had come up with a huge, fourth-down stop near the goal line, quarterback Trevor Knight dropped back to pass and changed the game.
Knight found wide receiver Josh Reynolds in 1-on-1 coverage down the sideline and lofted a perfect pass to him. Reynolds caught the ball and raced 92 yards for a go-ahead score, giving the Aggies a 24-17 lead.
Yeah, that's a 92-yard TD pass from Trevor Football to Josh Reynolds https://t.co/8N1TdlbQmL
— Jack McGuire (@BigDaddysCourt) September 25, 2016
Reynolds came up with a big play after fellow receiver Ricky Seals-Jones was knocked out of the game in the first half with a left leg injury. It shows the Aggies still have plenty of big-play ability even if one of their stars is out for any length of time with an injury.