Ed Orgeron discusses how last year's epic 7OT game helped intensify LSU-Texas A&M rivalry
One of the craziest games in college football history happened in College Station last season, when LSU and Texas A&M ended the regular season with a ridiculous 7-overtime marathon.
The Aggies ended up winning 74-72 in controversial fashion, and now the Tigers can’t wait to try to exact some revenge.
At SEC Media Days on Monday, LSU coach Ed Orgeron discussed the rivalry, saying he thinks it is even more intense now after that 2018 game:
LSU HC Ed Orgeron on the A&M rivalry: “I think last year’s game added a bunch to the rivalry. Obviously I’m not going to talk about the things that happened, we all know what happened. Both teams fought … They're coming to Baton Rouge (this season), we’ll see what happens."
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It sounds like that’s a game Coach O will have circled on his schedule, so we’ll see what happens in Baton Rouge this fall.
The Aggies and Tigers once again play each other in the final week of the regular season on Saturday, Nov. 30.