LSU football visits Texas A&M on Saturday in College Station. Here is your first look at Texas A&M.
Texas A&M Season So Far
Texas A&M Injuries and Suspensions
[OL] 10/05/2020 – Grayson Reed is out for season (Leg)
[WR] 10/01/2020 – Jhamon Ausbon is out for season (Personal)
[TE] 10/01/2020 – Blake Smith is out for season (Knee)
[DB] 09/28/2020 – Clifford Chattman is out for season (Personal)
[LB] 09/21/2020 – Anthony Hines III is out for season (Personal)
[TE] 09/04/2020 – Baylor Cupp is out for season (Shoulder)
[CB] 09/03/2020 – Elijah Blades is out for season (Personal)
(!)[RB] 11/22/2020 – Isaiah Spiller is probable Saturday vs LSU (Leg)
[S] 11/22/2020 – Demani Richardson is “?” Saturday vs LSU (COVID-19)
[WR] 11/22/2020 – Dylan Wright is “?” Saturday vs LSU (Undisclosed)
[DL] 11/10/2020 – Micheal Clemons is out indefinitely (Ankle)
[WR] 11/16/2020 – Kam Brown is out for season (Left Team)
[WR] 10/12/2020 – Caleb Chapman is out for season (Knee)
Challenges for LSU
The last time these two teams met in College Station nearly 150 points were scored. This game is an emerging new rivalry. To heck with Texas-Texas A&M, we want LSU-Texas A&M, it’s a no-bull rivalry. Down to business, the Tiger’s challenge it to keep A&M quarterback Kellen Mond under control. Mond will likely break most of the career passing record for the Aggies. He can also hurt opponents with both his feet and passing, making him very hard to defend. Shut down Mond and you shut down Texas A&M.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:00 PM CT (7:00 PM ET). You can watch this LSU football game on the ESPN Network.