Texas A&M was scheduled to welcome Colorado to Kyle Field this season but that matchup was lost when the Pac-12 announced it would be shifting to a conference-only scheduling format.

A few weeks later, the Southeastern Conference ultimately arrived at the same location, which means all 2020 non-conference matchups have been lost for the nation’s toughest football conference this fall.

The games that have been lost for the 2020 season appear to be just that, at least for now, with program’s moving on to the 2021 schedule next fall.

That means games like Colorado’s trip to Texas A&M originally scheduled for Sept. 19, 2020, will not shift to the 2021 season. Instead, the Aggies will make the trip out to Colorado, as previously scheduled.

However, according to Texas A&M AD Ross Bjork, it appears likely that the 2021 matchup won’t be held on Colorado’s campus. Instead, that game is shifting over to the Denver Broncos’ stadium, Empower Field at Mile High.

That news isn’t official yet but that’s where Texas A&M is expecting the game to be held, Bjork said during his Friday teleconference appearance with the media.