Since 2012, the series between Auburn and Texas A&M has featured several strange matchups.
Texas A&M leads the overall series, 7-6, with Auburn winning the most recent meeting at Jordan-Hare Stadium in 2022. Auburn will travel to College Station for this season’s meeting which is set to take place on Saturday morning and will host the Aggies in 2024 as part of the revamped SEC schedule due to the addition of Oklahoma and Texas.
The road team has won eight of the last 11 meetings, which could be a good sign for Auburn. However, early betting lines and ESPN are favoring Texas A&M early on despite the game being played at Kyle Field.
As you prepare to watch Auburn face Texas A&M on Saturday, here is a look back at the last ten meetings between these two squads.
Nov. 12, 2022: Auburn 14 Texas A&M 10
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Sure, it was a four-point win over a fellow non-bowl team, but the win was special for Auburn football. Auburn was two games into the Cadillac Williams era after the midseason firing of Bryan Harsin when they logged their 4th win of the season.
The Tigers were in control for most of the game as Ja’Varrius Johnson put Auburn on the board first with a 16-yard touchdown reception from the arms of Robby Ashford. Alex McPherson nailed two field goals to keep Auburn ahead.
Nov. 6, 2021: Texas A&M 20 Auburn 3
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This strange series experienced a first in 2021, the Texas A&M Aggies defeated Auburn on the turf at Kyle Field. It took the Aggies five tries, but they were able to finally get it done.
The offenses were held out of the end zone in this game, as they relied on kickers Seth Small and Anders Carlson to put points on the board. Carlson nailed his only field goal of the game with 9:16 remaining in the 3rd, while Small went 4-for-5 with a long of 47 yards.
Texas A&M found the endzone once…