Twitter shocked as Texas A&M crushes LSU’s CFP hopes

The Texas A&M Aggies have been one of the most disappointing teams in the country this season. Head coach Jimbo Fisher and Texas A&M secured the top-ranked recruiting class in the country and returned a decent amount  talent, but the Aggies were 4-7 entering the final week of the regular season.

However, Texas A&M gained its best win of the season in rivalry week against the LSU Tigers. LSU, which entered 9-2 and in the thick of the College Football Playoff race, fell, 38-23, on the road at Texas A&M. Now, the Tigers are no longer in the playoff mix, but still have a chance to win the SEC.

The Georgia Bulldogs play the LSU Tigers in the 2022 SEC championship game at 4 p.m. EDT on Dec. 3.

Here’s how Twitter reacted to Texas A&M’s upset win over the LSU Tigers:

A&M spoils LSU's season

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Fans, media stunned after LSU's defeat

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Who to cheer for?

Georgia fans were unsure if they wanted LSU to win or lose.

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LSU Twitter speaks too soon

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Jimbo Fisher is happy

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More reactions to Aggies' win

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Story originally appeared on UGA Wire