Last Wednesday, the SEC Network revealed the entire SEC schedule for the 2024 season, which now stands at 16 teams post-2023, including Texas and Oklahoma. As dates and times remain unannounced, the speculation on how things will play out has already begun in droves.
Outside of the relatively easy draw for the Texas Longhorns, Oklahoma’s brutal slate, including road games at Auburn, LSU, and Ole Miss, and hosting Alabama, Tennessee, and the ascending South Carolina Gamecocks.
Texas A&M can thank the schedule makers for putting them in an incredibly fortunate position to make a legitimate postseason run. Other than their season opener at home against Notre Dame, the Aggies will travel to face Auburn, Florida, Mississippi State, and South Carolina while hosting Missouri, LSU, and Texas, as the Lone Star Showdown’s 13-year layoff is back on track.
Most notably, the Aggies’ avoidance of Alabama and Ole Miss in 2024 are two of the biggest reasons that expectations will be sky-high in what will likely be Jimbo Fisher’s seventh season with the Maroon and White.
How have the Aggies faired against SEC since joining in 2012? Here are the records versus all eight of Texas A&M’s 2024 SEC opponents.
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All-time-record: Arkansas leads 42-34-3
Last Meeting in 2022: Texas A&M 23, Arkansas 21
My take: Since joining the SEC in 2012, Texas A&M has won 10 out of their last 11 matchups. In 2024, The Southwest Classic could play its final game at AT&T Stadium, according to multiple reports.
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Nov 12, 2022; Auburn, Alabama; Texas A&M Aggies defensive back Demani Richardson (26) tackles Auburn Tigers running back Marquez Hunter (27) during the third quarter at Jordan-Hare Stadium. John Reed-USA TODAY Sports
All-time-record: Texas A&M leads 7-6
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Author : Aggies Wire
Publish date : 2023-06-17 19:39:44
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