Texas A&M fans may not have a game to watch on Saturday, but they should still tune in to ESPN’s “College GameDay” in the morning.

That’s because Aggies head coach Jimbo Fisher will be making an appearance on the popular college football kickoff show, which is taking place in Atlanta, as announced by the team on Friday. Saturday is filled with conference championship games, including the SEC title game featuring LSU and Georgia, so Fisher will likely be talking about the matchups.

Fisher is familiar with both teams, as Texas A&M played Georgia and LSU the past two weeks. The Aggies lost to the Bulldogs, 19-13, and fell to the Tigers, 50-7.

Although Fisher won’t be leading Texas A&M into a game this Saturday, he and the Aggies will take the field one more time this season. They went 7-5 this season and will be playing a bowl game at some point over the next month.

Even though Texas A&M lost five games, all of them came against teams that are currently in the top 12 of the College Football Playoff rankings — No. 2 LSU, No. 3 Clemson, No. 4 Georgia, No. 11 Auburn and No. 12 Alabama.

There’s a good chance that Texas A&M could add another victory in its bowl and have at least eight wins for the seventh time in the past eight seasons, including each of the last two under Fisher.