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COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Shea Patterson threw for 338 yards and two touchdowns in h
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COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Shea Patterson threw for 338 yards and two touchdowns in his debut and Gary Wunderlich made a 39-yard field goal with 37 seconds left to lift Mississippi past No. 8 Texas A&M, 29-28 on Saturday night.The Rebels pulled the redshirt off Patterson, the highly regarded recruit, to start in place of Chad Kelly, who suffered a season-ending knee injury last week.Mississippi (5-5, 2-4 Southeastern Conference) trailed by 15 entering the fourth quarter before Patterson got going.A 13-yard touchdown reception by Josh Reynolds put A&M up 28-19. Patterson then connected with Van Jefferson on a 32-yard reception for his second TD pass of the quarter to cut the lead to 28-26 with 5:17 remaining.A&M (7-3, 4-3) had to punt and Patterson moved the offense into position for Wunderlichs game-winning field goal.The Aggies had a chance to win it late, but Jake Hubenak was intercepted by Deontay Anderson to secure the victory. Hubenak was making his first start this season in place of Trevor Knight, who injured his shoulder last week.Early in the fourth quarter Patterson looked like he was channeling A&M Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel when he scrambled to one side, avoided the rush and ran the other way before launching a 6-yard touchdown pass to Damoreea Stringfellow to get Ole Miss within 21-13.On their next drive Stringfellow reached out with his right hand and tipped the ball with his fingertips before reeling it in with one hand for an eye-popping 40-yard reception. Akeem Judds 21-yard run made it 21-19, but the two-point conversion failed.The Aggies led 21-6 at halftime thanks to two touchdown runs by Keith Ford.The Rebels had turnovers on their first two possessions of the second half, but Texas A&M couldnt convert either of them into points. Patterson threw an interception on the first one and Jason Pellerin was sacked and fumbled after that.THE TAKEAWAYMISSISSIPPI: Patterson showed why he was the No. 1 rated dual-threat quarterback recruit by Rivals last year, and should make Ole Miss fans excited about his potential for next season. But first hell look to get the Rebels a win over Vanderbilt next week to make them bowl eligible for the fifth straight season.TEXAS A&M: Hubenak couldnt make plays in the second half and the Aggie struggled with tackling yet again. Hell have to improve if Texas A&M hopes to beat LSU in two weeks and salvage this season that started out with six straight wins before the Aggies dropped three of their last four games.UP NEXTMISSISSIPPI: The Rebels visit Vanderbilt next Saturday.TEXAS A&M: The Aggies take a break from SEC play by hosting Texas-San Antonio next Saturday before wrapping up the regular season against LSU on Thanksgiving night. 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I dont know if theres anything between him and (DeJesus), but Ill stop it. I dont think you intentionally try to injure somebody. I hope the league looks at it. I dont want him suspended or anything. I hope his players talk to him and show him the way it is." Cubs manager Dale Sveum thought the high pitch to Cueto was a response to DeJesus taking his time to get in the batters box. "He wasnt trying to hit him," Sveum said. "I think it woke us up. At least it woke up the bench." Cueto, who gave up one run and four hits in seven innings, wasnt in the Reds clubhouse after the game, and manager Dusty Baker wasnt asked about it. Baker was more concerned about the unavailability of relievers Jonathan Broxton and Aroldis Chapman, who both had pitched two straight days. "We went as far as we could with Johnny," Baker said. "We had to turn it over to some other gguys.ddddddddddddTheyve got a job to do. Thats what they get paid to do. This is how they make their money. This one got away. Well start a new streak tomorrow. Weve been playing good ball." Cincinnati, which had won five straight and 16 of 20, plays the Cubs next in a four-game series at Wrigley Field starting June 10. Soriano singled in the seventh and scored Chicagos first run off Cueto on Luis Valbuenas two-out single. Anthony Rizzo hit an RBI double against Logan Ondrusek in the eighth -- his third double in two games -- and Soriano followed with his fifth homer of the season and first since May 13, a 394-foot drive to left-centre. J.J. Hoover (0-4) walked Scott Hairston with two outs in the 10th, and Castillo followed with his double into the left-field corner. Kevin Gregg (1-0) pitched 1 1-3 hitless innings, stopping the Reds five-game winning streak. Garza, making his second start of the season after coming off the disabled list, allowed four hits and four walks, threw a wild pitch and hit a batter. Cincinnati scored all of its runs in the fourth. Jay Bruce hit a solo homer, his seventh of the season and sixth in his last 22 games. Ryan Hanigan hit a fly ball to deep straightaway centre field with two on, and David DeJesus almost made a spectacular diving catch with his back to the plate. The runners held waiting to see what happened, and Hanigan wound up with a long RBI single. Zack Cozart added a two-run double. NOTES: The Reds drew 41,321 and sold out a series for the first time since July 30-Aug. 1, 2010, against Atlanta. ... The comeback win was Chicagos seventh of the season. The Cubs have lost 16 games in which they led. ' ' '
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