The Auburn Tigers will kick off the SEC slate next Saturday, Sept. 23 at Kyle Field against the Texas A&M Aggies.
The SEC announced kickoff times for Sept. 23’s action on Monday, and it has been revealed that Auburn will begin the day with an 11 a.m. CT kickoff against the Aggies in College Station. The game will be televised by ESPN.
Auburn-Texas A&M will be one of two SEC games that will be shown during the early time slot, with Kentucky’s trip to Vanderbilt also receiving the early treatment.
The Tigers enter this weekend’s game with Samford with a 2-0 record, most recently beating California on the road Saturday night. Texas A&M is 1-1 after dropping its first game of the season at Miami last Saturday. The Aggies host UL-Monroe this Saturday at 3 p.m. CT.
Auburn owns a 6-5 advantage over Texas A&M since the Aggies’ SEC arrival in 2012. Auburn boasts a 4-1 record at Kyle Field. Last season, Auburn defeated Texas A&M, 13-10, at Jordan-Hare Stadium. The win was the first for interim head coach Cadillac Williams, who finished his campaign at 2-2.
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