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Texas A&M Updates Opponents For 2012 Football Schedule

Texas A&M's maiden voyage through the Southeastern Conference is starting to resemble a very long road trip. A&M announced this week that it will add an away game at Louisiana Tech and host FCS member South Carolina State, while dropping FCS member McNeese State. Currently A&M has only four games in College Station on its 2012 schedule.

Both sets of Bulldogs will round out the month of September for the Aggies, with A&M opening at Louisiana Tech at a "neutral site" - the Independence Bowl in Shreveport. The game will be played on August 30, a Thursday night, although no official TV partner has been named yet for the game. Since the non-conference game is designated as road game for A&M, it doesn't fall into the automatic broadcast agreement for the SEC.

The addition still leaves the A&M with one hole in their schedule, a TBA date they've listed as November 17, meaning they'll take a bye week on October 13 between games against Ole Miss and LSU. Also yet to be determined is the location of the Aggies' game against now-division foe Arkansas, a contest that, before SEC expansion, was part of a ten-year contract at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.

Courtesy of the official A&M athletics site, here's the schedule as it stands now:

Date Opponent Location Time (CT) Results Media
Thu, Aug 30 Louisiana Tech Shreveport, LA TBA
Sat, Sep 08 Florida * College Station TBA
Sat, Sep 15 SMU Dallas, TX TBA
Sat, Sep 22 South Carolina State College Station TBA
Sat, Sep 29 Arkansas * TBA TBA
Sat, Oct 06 Ole Miss * Oxford, MS TBA
Sat, Oct 20 LSU * College Station TBA
Sat, Oct 27 Auburn * Auburn, AL TBA
Sat, Nov 03 Mississippi State * Starkville, MS TBA
Sat, Nov 10 Alabama * Tuscaloosa, AL TBA
Sat, Nov 17 TBA TBA TBA
Sat, Nov 24 Missouri * College Station TBA
* Conference Games

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