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Details of LSU’s next Opponent for the Tigers’ Regular-Season finale at Texas A&M

The basics

KICKOFF: 6 p.m. Saturday, Kyle Field, College Station, Texas

Sat 11/26 | 6:00 PM CSTSpreadMoney LineO/U
LSU TigersLSU-9.5-110LSU-350Over46-110
Texas A&M AggiesTA&M+9.5-110TA&M+275Under46-110

TV: ESPN

RADIO: WDGL-FM, 98.1 (Baton Rouge); WWL-AM/FM, 870/105.3 (New Orleans); KLWB-FM, 103.7 (Lafayette)

SERIES: LSU leads 35-22-3

LAST MEETING: LSU 27, Texas A&M 24 (Nov. 27, 2021)

OPENING LINE: LSU by 9; O/U 46

On Texas A&M

RECORD: 4-7, 1-6 SEC

LAST THREE GAMES: Lost to Florida 41-24, lost to Auburn 13-10, defeated UMass 20-3

OFFENSIVE LEADERS: Quarterback Conner Weigman, running back Devon Achane, wide receiver Muhsin Muhammad

DEFENSIVE LEADERS: Linebacker Chris Russell, defensive back Antonio Johnson, defensive back Demani Richardson 

RUMBLINGS: The 2022 season has been a bitter disappointment for Texas A&M, the media’s pick to finish a strong second in the SEC West race back in July. Offensive woes, including a revolving door at quarterback, doomed the Aggies almost from the start and they lost six games in a row at one point to slide into the division’s cellar.

ON THE AGGIES OFFENSE

Whether it’s been Weigman, Haynes King or Max Johnson at quarterback, the Aggies have struggled mightily on this side of the ball. A&M has scored more than 24 points twice in 11 games and is averaging 21.4 a game. It ranks 96th of 131 FBS teams with 355.5 total yards a game and is 94th in rushing with just 130.3 per game.

ON THE AGGIES DEFENSE

Texas A&M has allowed 211.0 yards rushing a game, but the Aggies have been much better vs. the pass. They rank among the FBS leaders, ranking second in giving up 152.5 yards passing per outing. Despite that, they’ve intercepted just four passes in their 11 games. They also give up a respectable 21.0 points a game to rank 30th nationally.