Vols' O'Brien leaves game on stretcher after hit

They've notched two victories over then-Top 25 teams in UCLA and Arkansas.

With the sixth weekend of games in the books, it's time to take a look at the best of the best and honor some of the top performances.

Stetson 31, Brown 21 - Cole Mazza rushed for two touchdowns and Gaven DeFilippo added another as the Hatters (3-2) forced six turnovers to win their first game ever played against Ivy League team, beating the Bears (1-3) in Providence.

In the first overtime, the two teams traded field goals, and then Knight bulldozed his way in for a one-yard touchdown in the first half of the second overtime. But even with the turnovers, the Vols fought back for a chance to win.

In a season filled with ugly wins, it only makes sense that Texas A&M somehow found a way to escape victorious.

When Texas A&M got John Chavis as its defensive coordinator from the LSU Tigers, it was only a matter of time before he had the Aggies defense turned around. New Mexico (2-3, 1-1) scored on its second possession, and didn't reach the end zone again until the midway through the fourth quarter.

But the Aggies foiled the Tennessee rally when safety Armani Watts intercepted a pass thrown by Vols quarterback Josh Dobbs sealing A&M's 45-38 win in double overtime.

Saturday's game marked just the third meeting between the programs-and their first clash as SEC opponents.

Auburn (4-2, 2-1) has won three straight. The touchback gave the ball back to the Vols at the 20-yard line, and they made the most of that sliver of hope. Knight also had a 1-yard rushing touchdown in overtime for the second time this season. Alvin Kamara specifically had maybe the game of his life on Saturday, leading the Vols in rushing (127 yards) and receiving (161 yards) while tallying three total touchdowns. The Volunteers are already dealing with a couple of injuries including running back Jalen Hurd, a key player on offense. Westbrook caught 10 passes for a school-record 232 yards and three scores. The Aggies are better than Georgia or Florida or any other team the Vols have stunned in the fourth quarter.

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Well, if America thought that it was luck Tennessee was living on luck, they officially ran out on Saturday against Texas A&M in College Station.

Tennessee did march down and tie the game and send it to overtime thanks to some incredible hustle by Foreman. But five plays later, Westin Graves missed a 28-yard field goal. However, Daniel LaCamera shanked the kick badly left and forced overtime. Peppers had scoring runs of 7 and 4 yards after taking direct snaps, and his career-long run midway through the first quarter paved the way to a 4-yard touchdown run by Ty Isaac for the first score of the game.

It was 21-7 at the half. Knight threw touchdown passes of 13 and 2 yards and had a 7-yard TD run in the opening frame. The Aggies ran for 353 yards, including 217 from Williams - who had a terrific game except for the fumble - and 110 yards and three TDs from Knight.

No matter how many players they are missing.

With the score now 35-28, Texas A&M was trying to run the clock out to finish the game.

Through six games this season, Tennessee has trailed by at least 10 points five times.

The defenses starred in the second quarter, as the Vols outgained A&M 73-52 and neither team managed to score.

Sumlin gets the time to clean it up and again prove to the world his team is for real in two weeks against Alabama in what will be one of the biggest games of the SEC season. The Aggies also coughed up a lead late against the Bruins.

Dobbs fumbled on Tennessee's first drive coming out of halftime.