Report: LSU AD Expects A&M to Become New End-of-Season Opponent

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Report: LSU AD Expects A&M to Become New End-of-Season Opponent
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Texas A&M's move to the SEC left a glaring hole in the final week of their football schedule, the slot normally occupied by the archrival Texas Longhorns. But if LSU athletic director Joe Alleva has a say, his Tigers could take over as the Aggies' season-ending rival. According to a report by Scott Rabalais of the Advocate, a Baton Rouge-based newspaper, Alleva believes LSU will drop the Arkansas Razorbacks as their season-ending opponent in the near future, replacing them with Texas A&M. The report said the switch will likely happen in 2014...

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