There is more to it than one win.
One of the more inevitable and unfortunate traditions in college sports is the need to overplay one game or one performance, good or bad, until hype morphs into stupidity. Thats when things get said like Steve Spurriers comment that Alabama looks like they could beat a couple of those NFL teams Ive watched on Sunday.
That and other nonsense like the parade of pundits ready to claim that this years Tide squad was better than the previous national champions - seems silly now.
So, the same temptation should be avoided when analyzing Texas A&M. Even though the Aggies upset win over Alabama was, without question, their biggest win since capturing the national title in 1940, one game alone is not enough for any grand proclamations other than to say it was a darn good game, the kind A&M fans will be talking about for decades.
For sober predictions to have meaning, the season as a whole must be examined through the lens of history and expectations....