After the 2011 Cotton Bowl, LSU and Texas A&M have recognized one another as heavy competitors. And now, with the shift of A&M to the SEC, there are talks of the two teams meeting for an annual thanksgiving showdown. This would not only spur SEC revenue and publicity, but it would also provide a smooth means for Texas A&M to assimilate and contribute to the SEC competitive environment. Football, however, is not the only means of comparison between universities, and a review of the two schools history, traditions, mascots, colors, etc. can help provide a better ground on which to examine the two potential rivals (see statistics in article). While both are old and large schools and rich with culture and tradition, it is A&M that is excited about the movement into the SEC where they will have opportunities to make new traditions and start new adventures.
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