Aggies' offense ties things up

COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- All week long, Mack Brown was worried which Texas A&M team would show up Thursday night.

Brown was worried if "Jekyll" or "Hyde" would appear for the Aggies in the annual showdown.

If the first half is any indication, the Aggies' monster has showed up to keep up with the Longhorns in a wild 14-14 game.

Jerrod Johnson and Jeff Fuller hooked up for their second TD of the night, a 14-yard toss that tied the score after the PAT.

Johnson has completed nine of his first 10 passes for 152 yards. In the process, he's become the first A&M quarterback in history to pass for more than 3,000 yards in a season.

The Aggies have also been able to run the ball with more consistency against the Longhorns than they have in recent weeks. A&M has already run for 51 yards. The Longhorns allowed 53 yards combined in their last two games.