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The LSU Tigers will have another night game in Death Valley as they are set to host UL-Monroe for their final nonconference game of the 2021 season. Looking ahead to the season finale, we have the Tigers hosting the Texas A&M Aggies. This past week they fell to Ole Miss in Oxford, Mississippi. This coming Saturday they will play Prairie View for Senior Night.
We now know what time the game is set for the Aggies and Tigers on Senior Day in Death Valley. According to this release from the SEC, they will also play a night game.
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— Southeastern Conference (@SEC) November 15, 2021
No surprises here as the two will kick it off at night in Death Valley. LSU is looking at likely needing a win to make bowl season. They have to beat both ULM and Texas A&M. They are heavy favorites against the Warhawks.
For Texas A&M it is about getting a better bowl bid, they were on the outside looking in for the SEC title game and a potential New Years Six appearance. The loss to Ole Miss sealed their fate in that regard. Could this also be the final game between the Aggies and Tigers with Jimbo Fisher on the sidelines for the enemy?
Insider reports have stated that LSU athletic director Scott Woodward hasn’t given up on the idea of bringing the former LSU offensive coordinator back to Baton Rouge. Just another storyline to monitor. What we do know is that this will be the final regular-season game under head coach Ed Orgeron.