4. at LSU Tigers — November 30, 2019
When the LSU Tigers are your fourth hardest game of the schedule, you know you’re in for it. The iconic and memorable seven-overtime game will be fresh on the minds of fans and players as they take each other on in what could end up deciding at least a major bowl game and at most a SEC Championship participant.
LSU returns the most starting production of any team in the SEC West, second only to Tennessee in the entire conference. They rank No. 15 on Barnwell’s estimated production returning. They finished No. 6 in the final AP Poll and No. 7 in the final Coaches Poll, and should be ranked around the same spot when the official preseason rankings come out.
Joe Burrow killed the Aggies in the game last November and he returns with most of his offense coming back, plus they are adding 5-star running back John Emery to the fold. They had some key losses in Devin White and Greedy Williams on defense, but as is the case with LSU basically every year, they will reload and be fine.