Texas A&M defeated Tennessee, 45-38, in overtime Saturday. The Vols managed to stay in the game despite facing a 28-7 deficit in the third quarter, experiencing numerous injuries and turning over the football seven times, including five fumbles.

Tennessee’s final turnover came on its second possession of overtime as Armani Watts picked off Joshua Dobbs to seal the victory. Dobbs finished with 398 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions on 28 of 47 passing and rushed for 57 yards on 17 attempts.

Tailback Alvin Kamara led the Vols with 127 rushing yards on 18 attempts and 161 receiving yards on eight catches. Kamara finished with three total touchdowns (two rushing and one receiving).

Tennessee senior defensive tackle Danny O’Brien was carted off the field during the fourth quarter, but was moving “all four extremities,” according to the university.

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Here’s what Butch Jones said after Tennessee’s first loss of the season: