Texas A&M stunned the college football world on Saturday night.
The undefeated Aegis to the states of Arkansas and Mississippi, which dropped them from the AP Top 25, led most of the game against top Alabama but eventually fell behind after finishing the game and then winning the walk-off field goal 41-38.
The loss not only shook the scene of the 2021 college football season, it also marked the end of several series for coach Nick Saban, the Alabama program and college football in general.
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Take a look at some of the major trends that ended with the Aegis disaster at College Station, Texas.
Alabama ran the table with a 1-0-0 record in 2020 and won the national championship. The Crimson Tide missed the college football playoffs the previous year and lost its last regular-season game but ended the campaign with a win in the Citrus Bowl against Michigan.
After a 5-0 start this season, the Crimson Tide has won 19 of a row. That continuum broke on Saturday night.
This was not the only continuation in Saturday. Soap went down 2-0 in the match against his former assistants. Zimbo Fisher of Texas A&M finished that run and put one in the winning column for former assistants.
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A friend of soap athletes. The soap teams that had gained 10 points or more in the previous games had won in Manila (i.e., straight).
Alabama punished without rivals. If a team doesn’t have a number next to its name, it can’t win.
Crimson Tide won 100 matches in a row against unsuccessful opponents in Soap’s first season with Alabama in the 200rims. The last loss came in the opening season when Louisiana-Monroe won 21-14.
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There was not just a 100-game winning streak against unrivaled enemies. Harrow also defeated AP No. 1 team’s 106-game runless opponent.
The last time an undefeated team dropped the nation’s No. 1 team was when Oregon State No. 1 defeated USC 27-21 in 2008. If you’re wondering how many votes the USC went down after that defeat, the Trojans are ranked No. 9 next week.