Usually there's not much to learn in a blowout victory, but Texas A&M always seems to keep things interesting even when the game is over within the first 20 minutes. The Aggies improve to 7-2 on the season and keep their BCS bowl hopes alive with a commanding 57-7 win over UTEP.
The Miners couldn't handle the offensive firepower and found themselves in a world of trouble before halftime. As expected, they drop to 1-7 on the year after not putting up much of a fight and finishing the final three quarters scoreless.
So, what did we learn?
One running back suffered a scary injury, a popular player is back in discussions for an individual award and Texas A&M's defense may be finally turning the corner.