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Sport Texas A&M set to make AP poll history on Saturday

03:15  26 november  2019
03:15  26 november  2019 Source:   nbcsports.com

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Texas A&M is not part of this week’s AP Top 25, and they likely won’t be next week or in the year-end poll, as they more than likely polish off a season that will end at 8-5 at best. And yet this year’s Aggie bunch is bound to make AP poll history on Saturday.

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Jimbo Fisher‘s team heads to Baton Rouge to face No. 1 LSU, which will be the third time Texas A&M has faced the AP No. 1. According to Ralph Russo, keeper of all things AP Top 25, they will not only be the first team to face three AP No. 1s in the regular season, but the first team to face three AP No. 1s, ever, postseason included.

Texas A&M lost to AP No. 1 Clemson, 24-10, on Sept. 7 and fell 47-28 to AP No. 1 Alabama on Oct. 12.

Of course, none of this counts A&M’s losses to current AP No. 4 Georgia and No. 16 Auburn.

The Aggies last beat the AP’s No. 1 team on Nov. 10, 2012 with a 29-24 win at Alabama.

The good news here is the road gets much less steep next season. The home-and-home with Clemson is over and A&M trades Georgia for Vanderbilt as their SEC East rotating opponent, leaving them with just Alabama, LSU and Auburn.

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