No. 20 Texas A&M upsets No. 3 Florida with last-second FG in SEC thriller
No. 20 Texas A&M upset No. 3 Florida in a down-to-the-wire SEC showdown Saturday, handing the Gators their first loss of the season, 41-38. The Aggies' Seth Small kicked the game-winning 26-yard field goal with just a second remaining.
Running back Isaiah Spiller (171 rushing yards) came up huge for the Aggies, scoring with 4:18 left in the third quarter to cut Florida's deficit to 28-24. Then he scored again on a 19-yard run early in the fourth quarter to give A&M its first lead of the game, 31-28.
The play of the game might've come on Kellen Mond's 51-yard touchdown pass to Caleb Chapman, which knotted the score at 38 with 4:30 remaining. Mond finished with 264 yards and three touchdowns.
Florida's Malik Davis fumbled with 3:40 remaining to set up the go-ahead score for A&M.
Gators quarterback Kyle Trask threw for 312 yards and four touchdowns, including a pivotal score with 6:14 remaining to give the Gators a 38-31 edge. Trask kept the Gators out front early with two touchdowns in the first quarter and then struck early in the third quarter for a touchdown pass to put Florida up 28-17.