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What channel is Auburn vs. Texas A&M on today? Time, TV schedule for Week 10 SEC football game

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Right now, the SEC seems to be headlined by Georgia and Alabama and then everyone else. But after Tuesday night’s initial College Football Playoff rankings were unveiled at least two teams in that group of “everyone else” — Texas A&M and Auburn — found themselves inside the top-15, and it’s a good group that features three other teams ranked inside the top-20.

Both the Aggies (No. 13) and Tigers (No. 14) are 6-2 this season and both have three conference wins, most notably an upset of Alabama by Texas A&M. But Auburn, at 3-1, leads A&M (3-2) in the SEC West standings by a game. 

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Auburn has relied on quarterback Bo Nix for much of the season and the dual threat, who’s in his third year starting for the Tigers has been resoundingly fine. He’s got a career high in completion percentage at 62.2 percent, but has thrown for just 1,764 yards and nine touchdowns in eight games so far this season.

The far more impressive quarterback play has come out of College Station. Zach Calzada’s numbers might not be that much better than Nix’s (he’s got a lower completion percentage and more INTs, but more touchdowns as well), but rather it’s the fact Calzada wasn’t supposed to start this year for the Aggies and led them to an upset over then-No. 1 Alabama.

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The game’s biggest implications are for the SEC West race, though. At 3-1, Auburn is in second place behind Alabama and if the Tide lose again and the Tigers win out, Auburn could find itself in the SEC title game for the firs time since 2017.

A&M’s road the title game as the Aggies already have two conference losses. So in addition to winning out, they’d need both Auburn and Alabama to lose again before the season’s over.

Here’s how to watch this crucial SEC West rivalry game for Week 10 of the college football season.

MORE: Watch Auburn vs. Texas A&M live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)

What channel is Auburn vs. Texas A&M on today?

  • TV channel (national): CBS
  • Live stream: CBS App, fuboTV

The meeting between Auburn and Texas A&M will air nationally on CBS. Brad Nessler will handle the play-by-play duties while Gary Danielson joins him in the booth as an analyst. Jamie Erdahl will serve as the sideline reporter.

Auburn vs. Texas A&M start time

  • Date: Saturday, Nov. 6
  • Kickoff: 3:30 p.m. ET

Auburn vs. Texas A&M will kick off at 3:30 p.m. from Kyle Field in College Station, Texas.

MORE: College Football Playoff rankings for Week 10

Auburn schedule 2021

Opponent Date Outcome
vs. Akron Sept. 4 Auburn 60, Akron 10
vs. Alabama State Sept. 11 Auburn 62, Alabama State 0
at No. 10 Penn State Sept. 18 Penn State 28, Auburn 20
vs. Georgia State Sept. 25 Auburn 34, Georgia State 24
at LSU Oct. 2 Auburn 24, LSU 19
vs. No. 2 Georgia Oct. 9 Georgia 34, Auburn 10
at No. 17 Arkansas Oct. 16 Auburn 38, Arkansas 23
Bye Oct. 23 N/A
vs. No. 10 Ole Miss Oct. 30 Auburn 31, Ole Miss 20
at No. 14 Texas A&M Nov. 6 TBD
vs. Mississippi State Nov. 13 TBD
at South Carolina Nov. 20 TBD
vs. No. 3 Alabama Nov. 27 TBD

Texas A&M schedule 2021

Opponent Date Outcome
vs. Kent State Sept. 6 Texas A&M 41, Kent State 10
at Colorado Sept. 11 Texas A&M 10, Colorado 7
vs. New Mexico Sept. 18 Texas A&M 34, New Mexico 0
vs. No. 16 Arkansas (Arlington) Sept. 25 Arkansas 20, Texas A&M 10
vs. Mississippi State Oct. 2 Mississippi State 26, Texas A&M 22
vs. No. 1 Alabama Oct. 9 Texas A&M 41, Alabama 31
at Missouri Oct. 16 Texas A&M 35, Missouri 14
vs. South Carolina Oct. 23 Texas A&M 44, South Carolina 14
Bye Oct. 30 N/A
vs. No. 18 Auburn Nov. 6 TBD
at No. 17 Ole Miss Nov. 13 TBD
vs. Prairie View A&M Nov. 20 TBD
at LSU Nov. 27 TBD



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