I know it was the No. 3-ranked team in the country.
But the New Mexico State Aggies looked flat-out bad on Saturday night at home, losing to Boise State 59-0.
I thought the best thing the Aggies did all night was the first play of the game - a play action pass that saw them take a shot deep downfield to wide receiver Marcus Allen. Allen beat the BSU cornerback by a step, but quarterback Matt Christian overthrew him.
After that, it was downhill.
The Aggies next snap went over Christian's head and he threw the ball away, getting flagged for intentional grounding.
The team turned the ball over on the next three possessions and Boise State did exactly what everyone expected - rolled NMSU up and down the field.
Right now, the Aggies don't look like a Division I team. And it's going to get worse if Christian's out for an extended period of time with an injured shoulder he suffered on Saturday.
Backup QB Tanner Rust does not look ready to play at this level.
And it's going to be hard to get up for this weekend's game against New Mexico. Both of these teams are arguably the worst college football has to offer. Outside of the San Jose State game at home later in the year, it will be the Aggies best chance for a win.
If Christian starts, they should win. If he doesn't, I don't think they will.
If the Aggies are serious about getting a win this year, they have to show up this Saturday and play like there's no tomorrow. It might be their best shot to get one. I'm not being sarcastic or trying to be funny. It's just the truth.