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Texas A&M Should not be Overlooked for LSU

There’s no bowl game on the table this Thanksgiving for A&M. With only four wins; many are ready for the season to end and to get back to the drawing board.

However, the Aggie’s have a few things to be thankful for as a hot LSU team comes to town.

The first thing Aggie football can be thankful for is Antonio Johnson. Being healthy and using him as a spy on a running quarterback was effective against Auburn. They didn’t win, but the defense held the Tigers to 13 points. LSU has a running quarterback in Jayden Daniels, so having a spy is key.

The second is Max Johnson. Johnson is an LSU transfer and led the game-winning drive last season for the Tigers over A&M. He hasn’t played in Brian Kelly’s system but can help scout for Conner Weigman and prep the young quarterback for the big stage.