Texas A&M has rounded out its 2023 and 2024 schedules with recent additions of new opponents.

The Aggies in 2023 are set to play Louisiana-Monroe on Sept. 23 and Abilene Christian on Nov. 18 which tentatively completes Texas A&M’s non-conference football schedule for the 2023 season, FBSchedules.com reported. The Aggies are also scheduled to host the New Mexico Lobos on Sept. 2 and play at the Miami Hurricanes on Sept. 9. The Aggies will pay the Warhawks a $1.6 million guarantee for the game, according to a copy of the contract.

Texas A&M and ULM have met four times previously on the gridiron. In their last matchup in 2018, the Aggies defeated the Warhawks 48-10 to extend their lead in the overall series to 4-0.

Texas A&M will pay ACU a guarantee of $550,000 plus an additional fee of $15,000 for agreeing to change the date of the game, per the contract copy. The game was originally scheduled for Sept. 16.

In 2024, Texas A&M will play the New Mexico State Aggies in College Station on November 16. In their only meeting in 2016, Texas A&M defeated New Mexico State 52-10 at Kyle Field. New Mexico State will receive a $1.6 million guarantee for the game

Texas A&M’s 2024 non-conference schedule is now tentatively complete. The Aggies are scheduled to open the 2024 season at home against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Aug. 31. Texas A&M is also slated to host the McNeese Cowboys on Sept. 7 and the Bowling Green Falcons on Sept. 21.