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BATON ROUGE, La. (WGNO) — The Ed Orgeron era comes to a close on a high note Saturday night on the bayou as LSU stunned the No. 14-ranked Texas A&M Aggies (8-4) to close out what has been a disappointing season for the Tigers.

With the win LSU (6-6), who finished the COVID-shortened season last year at 5-5, avoided its first losing season since 1999. In doing so, Coach Orgeron lead the Tigers over a Jimbo Fisher-led Aggies team that shocked then-top ranked Alabama in another SEC West Division battle earlier in the season.

The Aggies trailed the Tigers until Zach Calzada threw his third touchdown of the night – his second to Jalen Preston – with just seven minutes to play. LSU quarterback Max Johnson had been under pressure all night with Texas A&M sacking the sophomore six times – four registered to Michael Clemons.

Down by four with 28 seconds to play, LSU quarterback Max Johnson found wide receiver Jaray Jenkins on a 28-yard touchdown strike for the winning score.

The win makes LSU bowl eligible, but even if the Tigers get an invite, Orgeron said in the post-game press conference he will not coach the team. Instead, LSU offensive line coach Brad Davis will serve as interim coach.

Follow along as it happens with the WGNO Sports staff below: