Upsetting the No. 5 team in the nation is usually cause for a program to massively celebrate. However, Ross Bjork isn’t in the mood to party.

The Texas A&M athletics director is calling for the fan base to look at the big picture after topping SEC rival LSU on Saturday. It was a positive way to cap a season that ended without bowl eligibility despite the nation’s No. 1 recruiting class.

Bjork believes this season was a hiccup and Texas A&M is headed for special times ahead.

“We’re building this to last. We’re literally under construction as we speak,” Bjork said. “The hope is that Texas A&M is built to last. We have a great foundation and great people.”

Texas A&M fans stormed the field after the victory, something that Bjork realizes was bound to happen, but he’s hoping to cultivate an elevated standard in College Station.

“I don’t believe we should be storming the field in that situation, Bjork said.

From a safety standpoint, Bjork is making logical sense, but we all know fans tend to be emotional after big wins. So good luck to Bjork for getting Aggie Nation to adhere to his instructions.

Texas A&M finished the season on a 2-game winning streak after 6 consecutive losses prior to it.