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One of the reasons Kliff Kingsbury is the coach at Texas Tech is because of his offensive coordinating skills at Texas A&M. And no game showed off those skills better than the Aggies 29-24 win against Alabama in Tuscaloosa during the 2012 season.

So, Kingsbury commemorated that win by framing the play sheet and hanging it in his Texas Tech office.

A&M jumped out to a 20-0 lead and quarterback Johnny Manziel made several thrilling plays that ultimately helped him win the Heisman Trophy.

I guess if you’re going to hang one play card up in your office, the one where you beat the reigning national champion would be it.

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