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Texas A&M schedules Arizona State and you’ll be so old by the time the game gets here

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‘Time takes everybody out, time’s undefeated’ -Rocky Balboa

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The Texas A&M Aggies announced their next big non-conference foe on Monday, adding a home-and-home series versus the Arizona State Sun Devils to the 2026/2027 schedule.

The Aggies and Sun Devils last met at NRG Stadium in Houston to kick off the 2015 season, a game that A&M won 38-17 behind a monster game from freshman Christian Kirk. Oh, does it make you feel a bit old that this game, which seemingly just happened, was three years ago, and that promising freshman receiver has already moved on to the NFL? Well just take a moment to think about how much will have happened before the first game of this series is played at Kyle Field eight years from now.

By the time Texas A&M plays Arizona State...

  • America will have celebrated its 250th birthday.
  • There is a zero percent chance Donald Trump is still president.
  • The U.S. will have hosted the 2026 World Cup.
  • Twitter will have celebrated the 20th anniversary of its launch date.
  • Jimbo Fisher will have only two years and $15 million left on his contract. Just kidding, we all know he’ll get a five-year extension the first time he beats LSU.
  • Children who were not alive the last time Texas and Texas A&M played each other in football will have their learner’s permit.
  • That mattress you just bought will be in need of replacement.
  • Brandon Wainerdi will be anxiously awaiting the release of Star Wars Episode XIII: The Moneygrab Continues.
  • Texas A&M will be accepting applications for the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of 2031.
  • Your self-driving car will realize it has it’s own lane when turning right from eastbound University Drive to southbound Texas Avenue.

For a list of upcoming A&M non-conference opponents that doesn’t make you so acutely aware of your own mortality, you can view the future schedules here.