Hannagriff promised us this would happen a year ago. And it did.
I remember hearing him go off about this, and I agree with his criticism of the move: The SEC seems to respect some school's traditions and wants to preserve those traditions (such as Bama/UT and UGA/Auburn); however the LSU tradition of Saturday night games in Tiger Stadium takes a back seat to the CBS TV contract (with the exception of a few Bama & UF home games here and there). Wasn't it a fairly recent season where all our SEC home games were day games?
Don't get me wrong. I understand the CBS contract, and I know that if we play at 2:30 a lot, it is because we have a good team.
But it seems like as a founding member of the SEC, LSU should have more leverage about scheduling the A&M game, but the conference wants to give the new guys their traditional Thanksgiving game, and to hell with what LSU wants.