Texas A&M will look to snap a seven-game losing streak against LSU, on Saturday Night, at Kyle Field.
The Signs have been there to show that the program is moving in the right direction under Jimbo Fisher, but their first win against LSU, as a member of the SEC, would go a long way towards some tangible evidence of growth in Fisher’s first season.
“I think any win you show proof of progress,” Fisher said. “At the same time, you can win and not do it the right way and not show proof of progress, you build on a false foundation. I think we’ve made tremendous progress as I look back at what were doing, how we’re doing it, the way we’re in games but eventually you definitely have to start winning those games and this is important for us and I’m anxious to go out and see us compete.”
With a win on Saturday A&M would finish the season with a 5-3 SEC record, their best conference mark since 2012.