Texas A&M Football: Thanksgiving Sampler, Top Stories This Week

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Surprise! Knight to Start Against LSU

In a shocking development, the news came out late Wednesday evening that Trevor Knight would return from injury on Thanksgiving Night. Knight is an instant boost to the Aggie offense.

How to Watch the Game

Pregame stats, lines, and where to catch the game on TV.

Is this the Last Thanksgiving Game Ever?

This is the last scheduled Thanksgiving game that A&M has on it’s calendar.

Will Texas A&M Ever Play Texas Again?

The Aggies will be looking for a Thanksgiving opponent. Will the Longhorns return to Kyle Field any time soon? We certainly think it’s about time the rivalry was restored.

A&M and LSU Fall out of CFB Playoff Rankings

Although both schools remain ranked in the AP Poll, neither appeared in this week’s college football playoff ranking. A&M beat UTSA last week while LSU lost to Florida.

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Aggies Coaches Address the Media at Press Conference

Kevin Sumlin and his staff address the upcoming game against the Tigers.

Three Key Things the Aggies Must Do to Beat LSU

A deeper look at a few crucial areas of the game that the Aggies have to succeed in to beat LSU.

Three Things Aggie Football Fans can be Thankful For

This is a Turkey Day staple to be shared over cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes.

Game Preview: Aggies Ready for Showdown with the Tigers at Kyle Field

Players to watch for, series highlights, and of course a bold prediction or two.

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