Texas A&M may be playing the No. 2-ranked team in the country this weekend, but it’s nothing that the Aggies aren’t used to. They frequently play against highly-ranked opponents such as Alabama, Georgia and Auburn in the SEC.

That’s why ESPN’s Rece Davis doesn’t think Texas A&M will play scared when Clemson arrives to Kyle Field on Saturday night.

“The one thing I think that gets a little bit overblown in some quarters is, ‘Oh, here comes Clemson.’ Clemson is a standard bearer in our game, for sure,” Davis told the media on Friday, including TexAgs.com. “Them and Alabama, they are the two. They are a championship, elite program. But the Aggies aren’t exactly going to be scared. They see this, they play Alabama, they play Auburn, they play LSU. They know what a fearsome defensive front looks like. And I know some of the offensive linemen are a little bit younger, but they know. …

“It’ll be a huge challenge. A&M would have to have a couple of things go wrong, in my judgement, for Clemson, to win the game. But I think it will be a very competitive game.”

Texas A&M and Clemson are set to kick off at 7 p.m. ET on Saturday.

For more of the interview with Davis, watch the clips from TexAgs.com below: