The Texas A&M Football team shocked the nation, and sent a message to the rest of the Southeastern Conference with their 29-25 victory over No. 1 Alabama.
This marks the second time that Texas A&M has knocked off the Associated Press' No. 1-ranked team. 10 years ago on this same weekend, Texas A&M, led by offensive coordinator Kevin Sumlin and freshman quarterback Reggie McNeal, beat then-No.1 Oklahoma.
It was a statement victory in the Aggies' inaugural season in the SEC. It also may be the game that keeps the SEC out of the BCS for the first time in seven years.
This is a look at the winners and losers from the Texas A&M vs. Alabama game.