Despite missed extra points, a turnover and more than a dozen penalties, Texas A&M had no problem defeating in-state rival SMU at home on Saturday night.
Quarterback Johnny Manziel was his usual self, and the Aggies defense came to play.
With the first road contest of the season looming next week, Texas A&M showed it is ready for SEC play to heat up.
The Aggies knocked off SMU 42-13 in a final score that did not come as a surprise.
But, with such a predictable outcome, what stood out for the Aggies in the 29-point victory?
Here are 10 things we learned about Texas A&M on Saturday night.