The LSU Tigers conclude their 2014 regular season schedule on Thursday evening, when coach Les Miles’ squad travels to College Station, Texas to take on the Texas A&M Aggies in SEC action.

The game also marks the second game of a season-ending two-game road trip for the Tigers.

LSU, who fell to Arkansas, 17-0, back on November 15, is currently 7-4, overall, and 3-4 in SEC play, while Texas A&M, who lost to Missouri, 34-27, back on November 15, will enter the game at 7-4, overall, while standing at 3-4 in league play.

Offensively, LSU is averaging 28.0 points, 373.6 total yards, 204.5 rushing yards, and 169.1 passing yards per game, while Texas A&M is averaging 36.0 points, 469.4 yards of total offense, 148.2 rushing yards, and 321.2 passing yards per game.

Defensively, the Tigers are allowing 16.3 points, 312.9 total yards, 148.9 rushing yards, and 164.0 passing yards a contest, while the Aggies are giving up 24.7 points, 445.2 total yards, 208.9 rushing yards, and 236.3 passing yards per match-up.

LSU is led by sophomore quarterback Anthony Jennings, who has thrown for 1,353 yards and nine touchdowns, along with freshman running back Leonard Fournette, who has accumulated 745 rushing yards, including seven touchdowns, on 157 carries, and sophomore receiver Travin Dural, who has 747 receiving yards, including seven touchdowns.

Texas A&M is paced by junior quarterback Kenny Hill, who has thrown for 2,649 yards, with 23 touchdowns, along with junior running back Tra Carson, who has rushed for 431 yards and five touchdowns, and junior receiver Ricky Seals-Jones, who has 443 receiving yards and four touchdowns.

LSU leads the all-time series, 29-20-3, and has won the last two meetings, including a 34-10 win a season ago.

Kickoff time at Kyle Field is set for 6:30 pm..