Texas A&M kicker Seth Small’s family seen celebrating in heartwarming video after game-winning goal
Texas A&M kicker Seth Small scored the biggest field goal of his college career on Saturday night when he scored the game winner to upset Alabama No.1, 41-38.
A new angle of that kick showed Small’s family at Kyle Field to watch the kick. Small’s wife Rachel was cheering on her husband as he lined up for the big kick.
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“Come on baby you got it!” Rachel House Small could be heard screaming.
Cam Worthy, photographer and videographer for Texas A & M’s 12th Man Productions, filmed Small’s family as the kick went through the studs.
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Rachel Small rushed onto the pitch with the thousands of other Aggie fans cheering on their football team during the crucial SEC game. Seth Small’s mother burst into tears.
Zach Calzada was 21 for 31 with 285 passing yards, three touchdown passes and one interception. In his equalizing touchdown pass to Ainias Smith, he fell with an apparent leg injury and had to be assisted off the field. He finally managed to get rid of it and led the Aggies onto the field to set up the little kick.
Texas A&M had control throughout the first half. Calzada had two touchdown passes in the first quarter – one for Smith and the other for Jalen Wydermyer. Isaiah Spiller hit a 15-yard touchdown. The Aggies took a 24-10 lead in the half.
Even as Alabama took the lead, Calzada brought the Aggies back to put Small back in position for the game winner.
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Alabama was knocked out of the No.1 ranking in the latest AP poll on Sunday. The Crimson Tide fell back to No.5.