Texas A&M football meets Auburn on Saturday in Auburn. Here is your first look at the Tigers.
Auburn Season So Far
Auburn Injuries and Suspensions
[T] 11/29/2020 – Alec Jackson is “?” Saturday vs Texas A&M (Leg)
[T] 11/29/2020 – Brodarious Hamm is “?” Saturday vs Texas A&M (Undisclosed)
[RB] 11/29/2020 – Tank Bigsby is “?” Saturday vs Texas A&M (Hip)
[RB] 11/29/2020 – D.J. Williams injured last game, is “?” Saturday vs Texas A&M (Undisclosed)
[OL] 10/25/2020 – Brandon Council is out for season (Knee)
[LB] 10/08/2020 – K.J. Britt is out indefinitely (Thumb)
[LB] 09/18/2020 – Chandler Wooten is out for season (Personal)
[LB] 09/18/2020 – Josh Marsh is out for season (Personal)
[LB] 09/22/2020 – Romello Height is out indefinitely (Shoulder)
[LB] 09/22/2020 – O.C. Brothers is out indefinitely (Shoulder)
Challenges for Texas A&M
This is an Auburn team that has been kind of up and down this season. They were down last weekend getting thrashed by rival Alabama. Auburn quarterback Bo Nix has been steady throughout the season for the most part. Alabama forced two interceptions by him which probably had a lot to do with that game’s outcome. A&M, with a solid defense, needs to do the same job on Nix. Beware of playing at Auburn though. Really there is nothing you can do about it but Auburn seems to get a lot of favorable calls that help them pull out wins. That’s not the Tiger’s fault but it happens pretty often.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 11:00 AM CT (12:00 PM ET). You can watch this Texas A&M football game on the ESPN Network.