Here are five unsung heroes from Texas A&M's 28-26 loss to No. 2 Clemson on Saturday at Kyle Field
• Texas A&M senior offensive guard Keaton Sutherland not only held his own against the decorated Clemson defensive line, he recovered a Trayveon Williams fumble to keep a drive alive in the first quarter.
• A&M junior punter Braden Mann got off a 69-yard punt in the second quarter, pinning Clemson at its 15-yard line. He also punted 73 yards from under his own goal post, and his heads up play on Daniel LaCamera's field goal attempt that Clemson blocked probably saved a touchdown as he tackled Mark Fields, who picked up the ball near the Tiger sideline.
• A&M senior linebacker Otaro Alaka tackled quarterback Trevor Lawrence for a loss of 3 on a third-and-1 midway through the second quarter, keeping Clemson's lead at 14-3.
• A&M senior tight end Trevor Wood made a diving catch of a tipped ball for 8 yards on a third-and-7 to keep a drive alive.
• A&M junior linebacker Tyrel Dodson raced across the field to break up a pass thrown by receiver Hunter Renfrow to Amari Rodgers that would have been a touchdown late in the third quarter.