When you turn the ball over seven times and commit 12 penalties on the road, against a top ten team, its hard to win a football game, but still a great effort by Tennessee to get it to double overtime. They put up 684 yards of offense against a very good defense. Coming into the game, Texas A&M had allowed only six touchdowns on 20 red zone trips. The Vols scored five touchdowns on six trips inside the Aggie's 20.

In the video above, watch a breakdown of two of those redzone touchdowns - the creative play call from Mike DeBord on the Vols first redzone play and how Tennessee found the weak spot in the Aggies' blitz for Alvin Kamara's game tying touchdown.