Kyle Allen's interceptions cost the Aggies dearly against Alabama. Troy Taormina USA TODAY Sports

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: