The LSU Tigers football team only has two games left in the 2021 season. They sit at 4-6 overall and a dismal 2-5 in SEC conference play.  It has been a year of drama for the Tigers.

They lost their first game of the year when they were nationally ranked and it has just gone downhill ever since. Halfway through the season, it was announced that football head coach Ed Orgeron would not be returning to the school to coach the team in 2022.

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Compound that news with a 2-5 Southeastern conference record and here we are, battling just to finish the season with a 500 record.

The Tigers will play their last two games at home. First up, they will face ULM this Saturday in Tigers stadium. Gametime is set for 8:00 pm and will be on ESPN2.

Then the Tiger's last game of the season will be on Saturday, November 27th when they host Texas A&M in Baton Rouge. We now know that that game is set for primetime and will be televised to a national audience.

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The Tigers and Aggies will lock up at 6:00 pm that Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend and the game will be on ESPN. The Tigers need to win these last two games to be bowl eligible if that is even possible.

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