The Texas A&M Aggies have been to a bowl game for a dozen straight years and counting.
Don’t expect anything different in College Station in 2021.
Fourth-year head coach Jimbo Fisher has won eight or more games in each season with A&M, and he’s capped off every year with a bowl victory. Now, Fisher’s program looks to take the next step and capture a championship. The Aggies haven’t yet qualified for the SEC title game since joining the conference nearly a decade ago, and Texas A&M is still searching for its first College Football Playoff berth. Last year’s squad just missed out on the sport’s final four, finishing No. 5 in the final ranking with an 8-1 regular-season record, just behind Notre Dame.
Texas A&M kicks off the 2021 season Saturday night, September 4 when Kent State visits Kyle Field. The Aggies have two neutral-site games in the season’s first month, facing Colorado in Denver September 11 and squaring off with Arkansas in Arlington, Texas two weeks later.
The most difficult assignment of the year will be October 9, when the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide come to College Station. Expect the Aggies’ ‘12th Man’ – their world-class student section – to be ready to make the visitors’ lives miserable for 60 minutes.
The regular season finishes November 27 with a trip to Death Valley to play LSU, one of only three true road games Fisher’s squad will have to deal with in 2021.
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