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Texas Longhorns Vs Texas A&M Thursday night football

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Texas Longhorns will take on Texas A&M on Thursday night football in Kyle Field at College Stations. The match will kick off at 8:00 pm ET on Thursday November 24th in Texas.

Texas A&M has overcome against Kansas Jayhawks with a 61-7 on Saturday 19th November at Kyle Field in Texas. Texas A&M is having 6-5 win loss record this season, where they will play last game against Texas Longhorns this weekend. Texas A&M is trying to gain revenge from a 24-17 home loss against Texas Longhorns in last year’s series meeting as three-point underdogs. Texas A&M has been playing better and very impressive statistically throughout the season, and having an average of 112 yards per game.

Texas Longhorns is struggling to win the game, where they have lost second straight game against Kansas State with a 17-13 at Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin on last weekend. Longhorns is having 6-4 win loss record in this season and team wants to return back to winning note against Texas A&M. Longhorns will play their last game against Baylor Bears on Saturday 3rd December at 3: 30 pm ET.

The predications’ favor Texas Longhorns is having the most of the chances to win the game against Texas A&M on Thursday night being played here at Kyle Field at College Stations. Longhorns’ coach Mack Brown said team is looking forward to show aggressive form against Texas A&M and showed best performance in this season.

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