Texas A&M is on another level right now, securing another run-rule victory with Saturday’s 19-9 win over Georgia. However, the latest win by the Aggies deserves a bit of context to understand the magnitude of the game.

When the top of the 1st inning wrapped up, Georgia had raced out to a 9-0 frame to start the game. A 2-run home run by Charlie Condon cemented the huge inning for the Bulldogs.

In fact, that HR by Condon brought a bit of history with it. He tied Georgia’s single-season (28) and career (53) HR records with his 2-run blast while scoring 2 runs in Georgia’s 9-0 run to start the game.

However, Texas A&M’s answer to the Bulldogs was almost immediate. The Aggies rattled off 8 runs in the bottom of the 1st inning with home runs from Jace LaViolette, Ted Burton and Travis Chestnut to close the gap before we even reached the 2nd inning.

Texas A&M would tie things up with a single run in the bottom of the 3rd inning before mounting a huge frame in the bottom of the 6th. Braden Montgomery would deliver the huge blow with a grand slam and Burton would add a 2nd HR for the day as the Aggies built a big lead with an 8-run frame.

Montgomery’s blast was particularly majestic with a projected distance of 450 feet and an exit velocity of 108 MPH.

Once Texas A&M got rolling, the Bulldogs never had an answer. Chestnut would walk things off in run-rule fashion with his 2nd HR of the evening, a 2-run blast in the 7th to give the Aggies a 19-9 win.

When it was all said and done, the Aggies put together 10 extra-base hits against the Bulldogs with 6 home runs. That includes a multi-HR effort from Ted Burton and Travis Chestnut in the victory. Montgomery and Chestnut tied for the team lead with 5 RBI apiece while LaViolette, Burton and Caden Sorrell each drove in 3 runs.