Kentucky's unexpected undefeated season has come to an end on Saturday night in College Station, Texas. The No. 13 Wildcats couldn't get anything going on offense in a 20-14 loss to the Aggies that ended in overtime after a 14-14 tie in regulation. Star running back Benny Snell Jr. was held to just 60 yards and, inexplicably, didn't have a single touch in overtime. That was the lowest total for Snell since a 28-27 loss to Florida last season when he rushed for 59 yards. 

Instead, Kentucky leaned on quarterback Terry Wilson, but an 8-yard sack on third down pushed the Wildcats back to the 25-yard line. The ensuing 43-yard field goal attempt came up just short -- bouncing off the post in the first OT possession. Texas A&M immediately answered by driving into the end zone for a game-winning touchdown.

Kentucky's offensive ineptitude in overtime was magnified in regulation. The Wildcats had just 178 yards and did not run a single snap in Texas A&M territory. The lone play was at the TAMU 48-yard line in the first quarter, but a false start moved the Wildcats back five yards to their 47.  

The Aggies didn't fare much better, though quarterback Kellen Mond did have two touchdown passes. Up 14-7 in the fourth quarter, Kentucky got some life off of a fumble scoop-and-score to tie the game at 14. Praise the defenses if you must -- Kentucky linebacker Josh Allen, for example, continues to turn heads with his versatility and athleticism -- but this was a poorly played game with missed assignments, penalties galore and turnovers. 

Still, Texas A&M will take it. The Aggies get their second conference win and first at home under first-year coach Jimbo Fisher. The loss drops Kentucky to 5-1 with a game against Vanderbilt coming up next.