The No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide and unranked Texas A&M Aggies have a wild game going on in College Station.

Texas A&M took a 14-point lead into the second half, but an “oh no” moment came with just over eight minutes remaining in the third quarter. Alabama’s Ja’Corey Brooks blocked a punt from Texas A&M’s Nik Constantinou and recovered it in the end zone for a Crimson Tide touchdown.

That’s the kind of moment you usually can’t afford when trying to pull of a huge upset (Alabama entered as an 18.5-point favorite). But maybe you can if you score a touchdown on the very next play!

Aggies kick returner Devon Achane pulled off a spot-on Devin Hester impression with a 96-yard touchdown. CBS play-play-man Brad Nessler said that Achane has “world-class speed,” and that would definitely seem to be accurate:

What a sequence.

So, the Aggies got their 14-point lead back, but Alabama has since scored another touchdown to make it a seven-point game and is driving entering the fourth quarter.

[Photo Credit: CBS]

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