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Louisiana State Tigers vs. Texas A&M Aggies Pick & Prediction NOV 28TH 2020

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No. 5 Texas A&M hasn't played since Nov. 7.

LSU knows what that feels like.

The Aggies (5-1, 5-1) finally get to play in the wake of the COVID-related postponements of two games when they host the Tigers (3-3, 3-3) in an SEC West game Saturday night.

Texas A&M couldn't play at Tennessee two weeks ago or against Ole Miss last week. The Aggies most recently played Nov. 7, when they defeated South Carolina 48-3.

"I think our guys are hungry," Aggies coach Jimbo Fisher said. "They want to play, they miss playing. I think our kids are very resilient. We've handled all kinds of adversity because 2020 is an adversity year."

The Aggies aren't likely to win the SEC West because they're a game behind No. 1 Alabama in the loss column, and that loss came against the Crimson Tide on Oct. 3. But that doesn't mean the Aggies can't sneak into the College Football Playoff if they win out.

LSU beat Texas A&M 50-7 last season in the final home game of Tigers quarterback Joe Burrow, but Fisher dismissed the notion that the Aggies are thinking of revenge for that rout.

"Any time you get beat, you want to go back and compete and play very well," Fisher said. "I don't ever like the word revenge; I think revenge clouds your thinking. I think you've got two different teams, two different groups of people, two different years apart. You want to win because somebody had success against you. I mean, that's just human nature."

Things have changed quite a bit since that game. The Tigers were on their way to a 15-0 record and a CFP championship last season, but they haven't won consecutive games this season as they prepare to play their first ranked opponent.

"LSU is always going to get your attention," Fisher said. "But after three weeks, it wouldn't matter who we were playing - they would get our attention."

LSU played for the first time since Oct. 31 when it won at Arkansas last Saturday, 27-24.

"It took everything we had to beat Arkansas, and we did it," Tigers coach Ed Orgeron said. "Hopefully, it's a springboard for us to have a great end to the season starting with Texas A&M."

The Tigers finally got a chance to bounce back from their 48-11 loss to Auburn on Halloween, and they took advantage by holding off Arkansas last week as freshman Eli Ricks deflected a potential tying 44-yard field goal on the final play of the game.

"At some times we looked like an LSU football team," Orgeron said. "We still have a ways to go, but we have some young players that are believing, and hopefully making the last play of the game gave our guys some relief and some confidence that they can fight through and win."

The most recent time these teams played in College Station was two years ago, when the Aggies prevailed 74-72 in an epic seven-overtime battle.

The Aggies expect to have about 25,000 fans inside of 100,000-seat Kyle Field on Saturday night.

"It's probably the first time this year that the crowd noise will be a factor," Orgeron said.

--Field Level Media


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Point Spread

Over Under

Money Line


Last 10

W 43% L 57%
3 4
  • Mississippi D 0 - 0
  • @Texas A&M L 7 - 20
  • @Arkansas W 27 - 24
  • Alabama D 0 - 0
  • @Auburn L 11 - 48
  • South Carolina W 24 - 52
  • @Florida D 0 - 0
  • @Missouri L 41 - 45
  • @Vanderbilt W 41 - 7
  • Mississippi State L 44 - 34
W 88% L 13%
7 1
  • Louisiana State W 7 - 20
  • Mississippi D 0 - 0
  • @Tennessee D 0 - 0
  • @South Carolina W 48 - 3
  • Arkansas W 31 - 42
  • @Mississippi State W 28 - 14
  • Florida W 38 - 41
  • @Alabama L 24 - 52
  • Vanderbilt W 12 - 17
  • Oklahoma State W 21 - 24

Next Games

  • Mississippi(12-05-20) D 0 - 0
  • Alabama(11-14-20) D 0 - 0
  • @Auburn(11-03-18) L 24 - 28

Last Meetings

  • Tigers @ Aggies 7-20
  • Aggies @ Tigers 7-50
  • Tigers @ Aggies 72-74
  • Aggies @ Tigers 21-45
  • Tigers @ Aggies 54-39
  • Aggies @ Tigers 7-19
  • Tigers @ Aggies 23-17
  • Aggies @ Tigers 10-34
  • Tigers @ Aggies 24-19
  • Aggies @ Tigers 24-41

Last Injuries

Texas A&M Aggies

  • Dylan Wright

    Ques Sat | questionable

    Wright missed the last game with an unspecified injury, and it is unclear if he will play against Texas A&M on Saturday.

  • Isaiah Spiller

    Prob Sat | probable

    Spiller left the previous game with a leg injury, but it is projected that he will line up Saturday versus LSU.

  • Demani Richardson

    Ques Sat | questionable

    Richardson missed the last game after testing positive for COVID-19, and it is unknown if he will be available Saturday versus LSU.

Louisiana State Tigers

  • Racey McMath

    Doub Sat | doubtful

    McMath left the last game due to an unspecified injury, and it is unlikely that he will lace up versus Texas A&M on Saturday.

  • Derek Stingley Jr.

    Ques Sat | questionable

    Stingly Jr. has a head injury, and it is uncertain if he will be active Saturday against Texas A&M.

  • Jordan Toles

    Ques Sat | questionable

    Toles sat out the last game with an injury to an unlisted area, and it remains to be seen if he will play Saturday against Texas A&M.

  • Trey Palmer

    Ques Sat | questionable

    Palmer was held out of the previous game due to an undeclared reason, and his status for Saturday's game versus Texas A&M is in question.

  • Mo Hampton Jr.

    Ques Sat | questionable

    Hampton Jr. missed the last game due to an undefined ailment, and it remains to be seen if he will step on the field against Texas A&M on Saturday.

  • Lloyd Cole

    Ques Sat | questionable

    Cole has missed the previous two games with an apparent foot injury, and it is unclear if he will be available against Texas A&M on Saturday.

  • Dare Rosenthal

    Elig Sat | out

    Rosenthal has served a suspension for a violation of team rules, and he is eligible to return to the field for Saturday's showdown against Arkansas.

  • Tre'Davious White

    Prob Sun | probable

    White has an ankle injury, but it is anticipated that he will be in the lineup against the Cardinals on Sunday.