In recent history, the only way opposing teams have been able to beat Alabama under Nick Saban was by getting stellar play from the quarterback position. You could argue Texas A&M got the opposite of that today.
Any chance the Aggies had of pulling the upset ended when Kyle Allen threw his NCAA-record third interception returned for a touchdown against Alabama. Allen's three pick sixes tied Houston quarterback Johnnie Jackson's NCAA record originally set in 1987 against Texas.
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Texas A&M would ultimately fall to the Tide 41-23 in College Station.
Here's video of the first pick six interception:
As well as a fan's reaction:
And a wise suggestion for changing the name of Kyle Field: