It was a loss of historic proportions on the Plains.
Auburn fell to Texas A&M, 63-21 on Saturday evening. In all honesty, it may have not even been that close.
The game was never in doubt as the Aggies did not have to punt until late in the second half. Texas A&M had 28 points before Auburn ever recorded a first down.
Johnny Manziel lived up to the hype and played extremely well. He was on the sidelines for good midway through the third quarter.
Auburn's record moved to 1-7 overall and 0-6 in conference play.
Texas A&M improved its record to 6-2 and 3-2 in the SEC.
As always, let's find 10 things we learned from Auburn's lopsided loss against Texas A&M.