The Texas A&M Aggies and Texas Longhorns will square off on the football field for the 118th time on Thanksgiving night. This will likely be the last meeting in the third-longest rivalry of all time since Texas has refused to play A&M next year.
The Aggies are 6-5 overall and 4-4 in conference after blowing out Kansas on Saturday 61-7. Texas is 6-4 and 3-4 after a 17-13 loss to Kansas State in Austin.
Both teams are playing for pride and to move up in the bowl pecking order. With a win, the Aggies would likely end up playing in the Insight Bowl in Tempe, AZ. A loss for the Ags would likely mean a trip to Houston for the Texas Bowl.
Texas has to play Baylor the week after facing A&M, so their bowl destination is still up in the air. They could end up anywhere from the Texas Bowl to the Pinstripe Bowl depending on how they finish.
This is a look at how the two teams will match up with each other on the field.