COLLEGE STATION, Texas Texas A&M Head Football Coach Kevin Sumlin, Offensive Coordinator Clarence McKinney, Defensive Coordinator Mark Snyder and selected players met with the media Tuesday at the Bright Football Complex to talk about the Aggies match-up with LSU Saturday in Baton Rouge.
It will be Texas A&M's first football game in Baton Rouge since 1994. The Aggies won that game 18-13. Texas A&M's last loss in Baton Rouge came back in 1990. The Tigers beat the Aggies that year 17-8.
LSU has won two straight games in the series. The Tigers won 24-19 last season at Kyle Field. LSU beat Texas A&M in the 2010 Cotton Bowl 41-24.
Saturday's game will kick-off at 2:30 at Tiger Stadium. The game will be televised on KBTX.
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