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From what I've been able to find out so far, it looks like QB Conner Weigman has suffered an ankle sprain, and not a break, during A&M's 27-10 win over Auburn yesterday. Depending on the kind of sprain, he could be back in a couple of weeks or it could be closer to a month or even more. My personal expectation is that he could return for the South Carolina game on Oct. 28, which would be three games -- Arkansas, Alabama and Tennessee -- and then a bye week.

No matter the outcome, it's a near certainty Max Johnson gets the call on Saturday in Arlington.

Here's a look at Auburn's offense in the national rankings before and after yesterday's game against the Aggies:

Total yards Before: 428 yards per game (48th)

Tackles for loss allowed: 4.67 per game (46th)

That is a pretty brutal change of fortune.

During yesterday's press conference, A&M QB Max Johnson was asked by the Austin American-Statesman if he considered transferring from A&M after losing the starting job to Conner Weigman. His response was direct: "Never."

"This is where I want to be. I am getting an awesome degree here. This is where I want to be. I love the coaches, the players, I love this university. This is where I want to be," he said.

And that gives the Aggies a luxury they will be extremely thankful for over the next several weeks.

Devon Achane likes Hard Rock Stadium.

The MVP of the 2020 Orange Bowl went off in his first home game as a member of the Miami Dolphins, rushing for 203 yards on just 16 carries. He scored three touchdowns rushing, including a 67-yarder, and added 4 catches for 30 yards and another score.

Miami beat Denver 70-20 Sunday afternoon in one of the most lopsided victories in NFL history.

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Mini Crystal Pointed Defensive end Myles Garrett of the Cleveland Browns is the likely NFL defensive player of the week after abusing fellow A&M alum Ryan Tannehill Sunday. Garrett had 3.5 sacks against Tannehill as the Browns trounced the hapless Titans 27-3.