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Texas A&M Football

Tigers deal Aggies cold dose of reality as No. 2 LSU exacts its revenge

December 1, 2019

This time, LSU football players could’ve doused coach Ed Orgeron in the first quarter without fear of premature exultation.

LSU didn’t need seven overtimes to establish superiority over Texas A&M on Saturday night at Death Valley. The No. 1 ranked Tigers barely needed seven minutes to settle the issue as they dealt the Aggies a humiliating 50-7 loss.

The top-ranked Tigers (12-0) wanted to even the score by running up the score. They’ve been seething ever since a 74-72 loss at Kyle Field last year, and the Tigers vowed revenge.

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