LSU will be looking to break its month-long winless stretch on Thanksgiving when they travel to face Texas A&M (7-4, 3-4). Both teams are coming off of a bye ahead of their mid-week showdown. The Tigers will be looking to end the regular season with their fourth consecutive win over the Aggies.

Before Thursday’s matchup, get familiar with Texas A&M’s statistical leaders and national ranks.


Passing: Kyle Allen (3 starts), 884 yards, 11 TD, 5 INT
Rushing: Tra Carson, 431 yards, 5 TD
Receiving: Josh Reynolds, 45 rec., 746 yards, 12 TD
Tackles: Howard Matthews, 67 tackles (34 solo, 33 assisted)
Sacks: Myles Garrett, 11.0 sacks
Interceptions: Armani Watts, 3 INT


Scoring offense: 36.0 points per game, No. 23
Scoring defense: 27.7 points per game, No. 75
Pass offense: 321.2 yards per game, No. 10
Pass defense: 236.3 yards per game, No. 85
Run offense: 148.2 yards per game, No. 88
Run defense: 208.9 yards per game, No. 106