Should the SEC’s non-conference mandate of a Big Five conference opponent take into effect next season, Texas A&M would be just fine.
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The Aggies announced their 2015 non-conference schedule Thursday, which features three home games and a neutral site kickoff classic.
Texas A&M will tackle Pac-12 foe Arizona State at Houston’s NRG Stadium September 5th to kick off the college football season. The Aggies will officially open the doors to the new Kyle Field on September 12th against Ball State, and they will host Nevada on September 19th and Western Carolina on November 14th.
In addition, Texas A&M’s home schedule will feature games against South Carolina, Alabama, Auburn and Mississippi State, and they will travel to LSU, Ole Miss and Vanderbilt. They will have a neutral site game against Arkansas in Arlington as well.
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