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Texas A&M: An Extremely Talented Team That Has Nothing to Lose. LSU Can not Overlook it.

It’s hard to believe we’ve already reached the final week of the regular season.

LSU has an SEC West title in Year 1 under Brian Kelly to be thankful for this season, but the Tigers have their eye set on a bigger prize. If this team can win out, it will likely be the first two-loss team to make the College Football Playoff.

Doing so would entail upsetting Georgia in the SEC Championship. Still, first, LSU needs to get past a road trip against Texas A&M. The Aggies have had a rough season and sit at 4-7, though they snapped a six-game losing streak last week with a home win over UMass, albeit a somewhat shaky one.

LSU travels to College Station on Saturday night for a 6 p.m. CT kickoff.

The lines

LSU opened as an 8.5-point favorite on the road against a struggling Aggies team, but as of 12:30 p.m. CT, that line has moved to 9.5.

TeamSpreadTotal – O/UMoney Line
LSU-9.5
-110
O 46.5
-110
-350
Texas A&M+9.5
-110
U 46.5
-110
+275

Injury Report

Kelly confirmed that LSU will be without Armoni Goodwin for the remainder of the season, but Josh Williams should be able to make his return against the Aggies. Charles Turner is questionable after missing Saturday’s game, but Kelly seemed optimistic that he could return.

Texas A&M, meanwhile, is in a much worse position from an injury perspective and could be without its top offensive weapons in running back Devon Achane and receiver Evan Stewart, in addition to several others.

How to Watch

Here’s when and how you can tune into the game:

  • Date: November 26, 2022
  • Time: 6 p.m. CT
  • TV Channel: ESPN
  • Live Stream: fuboTV
  • Radio: LSU Sports Radio Network

There’s no denying that the Aggies have struggled this season and, on paper, LSU should have no problems cruising to a win. I can’t quite bring myself to think that way, given the fact that this one is on the road and Georgia could be on the mind. Still, the Tigers had no issues when it came to looking past UAB last week, a more than solid team from the Group of Five. I think LSU wins and covers, though it may not be the blowout some expect.