Published: Sunday, October 13, 2013
Updated: Sunday, October 13, 2013 06:10
Within the confines of a hostile Vaught-Hemingway Stadium for the second consecutive year, Texas A&M was able to close out its second Southeastern Conference win as Josh Lambo drilled a last second field goal to allow the Aggies the 41-38 victory over Ole Miss Saturday night.
Following last season's 30-27 win in Oxford, Miss., in which late-game heroics by quarterback Johnny Manziel and wide receiver Ryan Swope provided the edge, head coach Kevin Sumlin was impressed with each team's resolve, noting his luck at ending up on the winning sideline.
"It was a heck of game here a year ago, it was a heck of game this year," Sumlin said. "Both teams didn't always do everything right, but there was great effort on both sides and somebody's got to win. Fortunately, it was us."