Texas A&M suffered its first defeat of 2016 this afternoon at No. 1 Alabama.

The Aggies played the defending national champions tough and actually led midway through the third quarter, 14-13. But, that’s when the Crimson Tide turned it on and scored 20 straight points, eventually winning, 33-14.

Alabama did what it usually does to its most recent opponents, and today against the Aggies, they scored another non-offensive touchdown. The Tide have now scored a non-offensive touchdown in 10 straight games thanks to Jonathan Allen’s second score of the season.

Here’s what Aggies head coach Kevin Sumlin said after Saturday’s loss.