The Auburn Tigers are no strangers to converting opposing field goal attempts into touchdowns.
On Saturday, though, the No. 3 team in the country got a little taste of its own medicine.
Already trailing by double digits at home to unranked Texas A&M, the Tigers tried to cut into the deficit by attempting a field goal just before halftime. It did not go as planned.
A great effort from Aggies freshman Myles Garrett allowed the ball to bounce perfectly into the hands of Deshazor Everett, who scampered 65 yards into the end zone to give his team a commanding 35-17 lead.
Auburn entered the game as the top-ranked one-loss team in the nation, their only defeat coming at the hands of No. 1 Mississippi State.
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