The most important block in the Texas A&M-SMU game this afternoon didn't spring a running back for a big gain. It didn't open a hole for a punt returner. It didn't turn an interception into a pick six. No, the most important block in the Texas A&M-SMU game was made by the handler for Reveille, the Texas A&M mascot. Just look at that technique. The handler recognizes the threat, lowers his center of gravity, and hip checks the out-of-control SMU receiver.
Meanwhile, Reveille just chills on her comfy bed. That's a good doggy.