LOGAN — Although days away from the start of the 2021 college football season, teams continue to look ahead and line up future matchups.
On Thursday, Utah State Athletic Director John Hartwell announced the scheduling addition of Texas A&M to its 2025 football schedule, making it a battle of the Aggies.
The game is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 16 at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas, with the time and broadcasting plans being announced at a later date.
This is just the second nonconference game Utah State has scheduled for the 2025 season — the other being a home game against BYU on Oct. 3. As for Texas A&M, this is likely the final game that will be added to their nonconference schedule, though the addition of Texas and Oklahoma to the SEC could alter the conference's scheduling.
Utah State is no stranger to SEC opponents; the Aggies last played LSU in 2019. The Aggies already have two other SEC opponents on future schedules: at Alabama in 2022 and at Mississippi State in 2024.
The Texas A&M addition to the schedule will be just the second time Utah State has played against Texas A&M. The first matchup occurred in 2009 when the Aggies traveled to Texas and narrowly lost 38-30.
Utah State begins the 2021 football season Saturday, Sept. 4, when they travel to Pullman, Washington, to take on Washington State. The game is scheduled for a 9 p.m. MT kickoff on the Pac-12 Network.