How to watch Texas A&M vs. Vanderbilt.
The Aggies (7–3) are coming off a 41–17 victory over Western Carolina last Saturday. Quarterback Kyle Murray threw for 191 yards and three touchdowns to help Texas A&M secure its seventh win of the season.
The Commodores (4–6) picked up their fourth win of the year against the Kentucky Wildcats last week, as the defense led the way in the 21–17 victory. Vanderbilt safety Oren Burks intercepted two passes and returned one for a touchdown against the Wildcats. Vanderbilt must win Saturday’s game and its contest against Tennessee next weekend to become bowl eligible.
How to watch
Details for Saturday’s game are below.
Sept. 5: vs. Arizona State (W, 38–17)
Sept. 12: vs. Ball State (W, 56–23)
Sept. 19: vs. Nevada (W, 44–27)
Sept. 26: vs. Arkansas (W, 28–21)
Oct. 3: vs Mississippi State (W, 30–17)
Oct. 17: vs. Alabama (L, 41–23)
Oct. 24: at Ole Miss (L, 23–3)
Oct. 31: vs South Carolina (W, 35–28)
Nov. 7: vs. Auburn (L, 26–10)
Nov. 14: vs. Western Carolina (W, 41–17)
Nov. 21: at Vanderbilt (7:30 p.m. ET, SEC Network)
Nov. 28: at LSU (7:30 p.m. ET, SEC Network)
Sept. 3: at Western Kentucky (L, 14–12)
Sept. 12: vs. Georgia (L, 31–14)
Sept. 19: vs. Austin Peay (W, 47–7)
Sept. 26: at Ole Miss (L, 27–16)
Oct. 3: at Middle Tennessee
Oct. 17: at South Carolina (L, 19–10)
Oct. 24: vs. Missouri (W, 10–3)
Oct. 31: at Houston (L, 34–0)
Nov. 7: at Florida (L, 9–7)
Nov. 14: vs. Kentucky (W, 21–17)
Nov. 21: vs. Texas A&M (7:30 p.m. ET, SEC Network)
Nov. 28: at Tennessee (4 p.m. ET, SEC Network)