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LSU vs. Texas A&M Prediction, Preview, Spread Channel

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Thursday, November 24, the LSU Tigers (6-4) take on the Texas A&M Aggies (8-3). The game will be played at Kyle Field in College Station, TX. Read on for our LSU vs. Texas A&M prediction and preview.

According to ESPN’s matchup predictor, which is based on its FPI rating, LSU wins the match-up between the two teams 54.7 percent of the time. The spread also suggests that the Tigers are favored to win the contest.

Spread: LSU -5

Game Time: 7:30 p.m. E.T.

Channel: ESPN

LSU vs. Texas A&M preview:

LSU lost a heartbreaker last Saturday on the one-yard line, unable to get the ball into the end zone as time expired. They lost to Florida 16-10. It likely cost Ed Orgeron his job, but he'll have an opportunity for redemption this weekend against an excellent Texas A&M team missing its starting QB. Leonard Fournette is still questionable to play due to his ankle injury, but the rushing game will be fine with Derrius Guice in his place.

Texas A&M got a much-needed win over UTSA after back-to-back losses to Mississippi State and Ole Miss. Quarterback Jake Hubenak was fine, throwing for 248 yards and a touchdown, but the game shouldn't have been as close as it was at 23-10. If the Aggies want to have a shot at winning, Hubenak will have to be able to air it out to open up running lanes for the Aggies.

LSU vs. Texas A&M prediction:

LSU takes this one in a close game that will probably come down to the final possession. Both of these teams are about equal on offense, but LSU's defense is in a class of its own. The Tigers will be able to get pressure on Hubenak all game, and the offense will do just enough to hold on.

LSU 20, Texas A&M 13