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3.8 points separate LSU and Texas A&M

Posted on 11/25/22 at 10:55 am
Posted by Projectpat
Houston, TX
Member since Sep 2011
10522 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 10:55 am
You read that right, a mere 3.8 points per game separate the fightin’ Aggies of Texas A&M (4-7) and big bad LSU (9-2).

Five of A&M’s losses this year have come by 6 or less:

App St - 3 point loss
Alabama - 4 point loss
USC - 6 point loss
Ole Miss - 3 point loss
Auburn - 3 point loss

That’s only 19 points in total! Spread that over the five games and that’s 3.8 points/game. If A&M, even with its series of injuries, suspensions, rotating QB woes and freshman inexperience was a mere 3.8 points better, they would have a 9-2 record, equal to LSU.


If Achane and Stewart are ready to go tomorrow, this game is going to be the shock of the season - A&M takes it at home in a close one.

Posted by lsufball19
Franklin, TN
Member since Sep 2008
64906 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 10:55 am to
You sound like Jimbo
Posted by AggieArchitect04
Texas
Member since Sep 2011
2198 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 10:56 am to
Posted by PerplenGold
TX
Member since Nov 2021
1184 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 10:56 am to
There’s a hell of a lot more than a few points that separate us from you.
Posted by Pedro
Geaux Hawks
Member since Jul 2008
33667 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 10:56 am to
It’s gonna be so nice putting the exclamation point on y’all’s shite season
Posted by Mulkey Man
Member since Apr 2021
19403 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 10:57 am to
Aggies can’t lose
Posted by Adam Banks
District 5
Member since Sep 2009
31985 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 10:57 am to
I admire aggies ability to stay delusional about being elite despite evidence to the contrary year after year after year
Posted by Riggle
Blue Ridge Mountains
Member since Feb 2013
3235 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 10:57 am to
And 5 wins!
Posted by Nado Jenkins83
Land of the Free
Member since Nov 2012
59707 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 10:57 am to
Posted by clamdip
Rocky Mountain High
Member since Sep 2004
17924 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 10:58 am to
Wouldn't that just make you 4-2-5?
Posted by azcatiger
somewhere
Member since Mar 2011
4493 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 10:58 am to
Mental gymnastics from Aggies. Enjoy 4-8, no bowl game and paying your idiot coach 100 million.
Posted by WestRockyTop
West Tennessee
Member since Dec 2019
7209 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 10:59 am to
Posted by PotatoChip
Member since May 2014
3505 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 10:59 am to
Lsu was a two point conversion/extra point from being 10-1. What’s your point?
Posted by stapuffmarshy
lower 9
Member since Apr 2010
17507 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 11:00 am to
If it's real to you...

Posted by tiger81
Brentwood, TN.
Member since Jan 2008
18843 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 11:00 am to
When LSU gets ahead, Ags will fold like a tent. You still have Dumbo.
Posted by LSUstephen17
Houston
Member since Aug 2010
13112 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 11:02 am to
Still doing anything to justify success. LMFAO
Posted by Projectpat
Houston, TX
Member since Sep 2011
10522 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 11:03 am to
quote:

despite evidence to the contrary


I double checked my math, still accurate.
Posted by Wolfhound45
Hanging with Chicken in Lurkistan
Member since Nov 2009
120000 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 11:03 am to
quote:

3.8 points separate LSU and Texas A&M
All true. And it does not matter.

Good teams find ways to win.

Period.
Posted by Domeskeller
Member since Jun 2020
7847 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 11:03 am to
quote:

You sound like Jimbo


He’s not sweating like a whore in church on Sunday and talking like he’s on speed. Give him a break.
Posted by michael corleone
baton rouge
Member since Jun 2005
5822 posts
Posted on 11/25/22 at 11:04 am to
More like three NC in the last 19 years, 4 title game appearances , 6 SEC championship game appearances and multiple 10 plus win seasons separate LSU and Texas 4&8.
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