LSU has had a trying couple of weeks. After the hype of getting Florida into Death Valley, then the crush of losing to the Gators, and the rumblings that there is a contract on the table for Jimbo Fisher to take over the program, the team could easily loose sight of their last game.

The Tigers will play a special Thanksgiving Day game against Texas A&M in College Station, but they're not going to have much room for error if they're going to get a win. Here's more from the Louisiana Radio Network:

"For LSU to win tomorrow, they’ll have to contain one of the best pass rushers the SEC has ever seen. Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett has over 30 sackles in his career and is coming off a 4.5 sack performance against Texas-San Antonio. LSU Guard Will Clapp says they have great respect for Garrett.
After a frustrating loss to Florida, Clapp says the team is anxious to play tomorrow night."