Given the current situation, announcing any firm dates, let alone kickoff times, for future games seems a bit ambitious. But the SEC is doing it anyway, and Texas A&M’s Nov. 28 game against defending national champion LSU is set for a 6 p.m. kickoff on ESPN.
details for #SECFB games on Nov. 28 » https://t.co/HmyWNI1aYj. pic.twitter.com/B0WfpCynwO— Southeastern Conference (@SEC) November 16, 2020
After losing the first six games against the Tigers when they joined the SEC, the Aggies are 1-1 against LSU under current head coach Jimbo Fisher, and I refuse to hear any further context surrounding the details of those two recent games.