COLLEGE STATION, TX - OCTOBER 08: Head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers Butch Jones watches a play in the first half of their game against the Texas A&M Aggies at Kyle Field on October 8, 2016 in College Station, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

Despite loss, one Tennessee player still made Power 5 football history

That was quite the game for this guy.

Tennessee might have lost the game against Texas A&M, but at least the Vols can take away one piece of history with them. More specifically, running back Alvin Kamara made some history in the game.

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Kamara led the team in receiving and rushing yards and finished with 127 rushing yards and 161 reception yards. That's the first time something like that has been done in 20 seasons.

While it's certainly not fun that the Vols lost at least Kamara will have some good tape to look at heading into the Alabama game. If Tennessee hadn't turned the ball over seven times the game might not have gone to overtime and the Vols could have been 6-0 going into the Bama game.