SEC Network broadcasters are scheduled to be Tom Hart

Mississippi State has a fair chance to spring an upset of Texas A&M on Saturday in College Station. Both teams are coming off losses, but it’s the Aggies’ offense that is struggling most. After an injury to Week 1 starting quarterback Haynes King, Zach Calzada has been underwhelming under center. Texas A&M has scored 10 points in each of the team’s first two games against Power 5 competition.

Here’s how you can watch Saturday’s game.
How to watch Mississippi State, Texas A&M football

Location: Kyle Field, College Station, Texas

Game time: 6 p.m. CT, Saturday, Oct. 2

TV: SEC Network

SEC Network broadcasters are scheduled to be Tom Hart (play-by-play), Jordan Rodgers (analyst) and Cole Cubelic (sideline reporter).

On DirecTV, SEC Network is channel 611. On Dish, SEC Network is channel 404.

Mississippi State looks to get a much-needed win over Texas A&M on Saturday.

Mississippi State (2-2) lost its second consecutive game of the season when it fell 28-25 to the visiting LSU Tigers in Starkville last weekend. Now, the Bulldogs are looking to return to the win column as they continue SEC play against the Texas A&M Aggies (3-1) on the road Saturday.

The Aggies are listed as a favorite with the point spread standing at (-7), according to SI Sportsbook after suffering their first loss of the season this past Saturday when they fell 20-10 to the Arkansas Razorbacks.

Getting a win in a hostile environment like the one at Kyle Field will be no easy task for the Bulldogs, but it’s one you get the sense they desperately need to fulfill to get some momentum flowing again.

You can find the latest updates on the score, big plays and stats right here throughout gameday. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. CT in College Station.

With a ton of high-profile college football games on the schedule in Week 5, Mississippi State taking on Texas A&M is flying under the radar.

The 2021 college football season is already entering Week 5 and there are a ton of big games on the schedule. While Mississippi State hitting the road to take on No. 15 Texas A&M may not be the biggest game, it’s certainly an intriguing matchup. Both teams will be looking to make statements with a big win.

Texas A&M is coming into this matchup with a 3-1 record so far this season. The Aggies’ only loss came last week against the then-No. 16 ranked Arkansas Razorbacks. On the other side of the field, the Bulldogs are 2-2 and have lost back-to-back games against Memphis and LSU.

Coming into this game, the Bulldogs will be looking for a big game from quarterback Will Rogers. He has had a big year so far, completing 75.1% of his pass attempts for 1,454 yards, 11 touchdowns and just two interceptions.

For the Aggies, all eyes will be on quarterback Zach Calzada, who has struggled a bit to start the season. He has recorded 609 passing yards, four touchdowns and three interceptions.

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