The Aggies had no answer for the LSU rushing attack, which racked up 326 yards and over six yards a pop in the win and helped LSU keep the game firmly in its pocket the entire way through.
Meanwhile, Manziel's woes against LSU continued as he was held to 16-of-41 passing and 224 yards (a horrid yardage total on that many attempts), compounded by two interceptions and only one score. His Heisman dreams are effectively dead.
Box Score Hero: Terrence Magee was the biggest source of damage to Texas A&M's rush defense, racking up 149 yards and a score on just 13 carries. His 65-yard rush in the first quarter set the tone for LSU's ground dominance and he scored his only touchdown to finish the drive off three plays later.
Rankings Ramifications: This is Texas A&M's third loss of the season, so the pollsters aren't going to be kind; LSU had previously been the highest-ranked three-loss team, and well, if A&M makes up only half the difference to fall to No. 17 it'll be lucky.
But Did They Cover? LSU was favored by three to four points, depending on who you asked. The distinction was meaningless.
Next Week's Schedule: Texas A&M goes to Missouri to finish the regular season, while LSU is home against Arkansas in its 12th and final regular season game.