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Texas A&M vs. LSU: Time, TV listings, odds, preview

The Aggies and Tigers square off in Baton Rouge.

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The LSU Tigers (8-3, 5-2) welcome the Texas A&M Aggies (7-4, 4-3) to Death Valley Saturday night.

How to watch or stream

Time: 6:30 p.m. CT

TV: SEC Network

Stream: WatchESPN


Gamblin’ Info

Line: LSU (-10.5)

O/U: 51

[via OddsShark]


Preview

If reports are to be believed, this will be Kevin Sumlin’s last game with Texas A&M. The fact that that information was leaked is reprehensible in many ways. Not to mention the fact that if A&M wins, they’re 8-4 on the year. That’s a pretty good year.

Getting back to this game, it should be fun. It’s likely the last chance LSU fans will have to see Derrius Guice, who will probably be playing on Sundays next year. Additionally, Senior Night is always a huge event for LSU, so seeing those players honored will be nice.

While this game doesn’t have playoff implications for either team, a nine-win year feels better than an eight-win year for LSU and will impact their bowl game. Ditto for A&M, eight wins feels better than seven and leads to a better bowl.