Believe it or not, there are numerous teams at the FBS level that Texas A&M football has never played during their program’s lengthy history, which spans across three conferences (SWC, Big 12, and SEC – also was Independent until 1914). So, let’s take a look at those teams going conference-by-conference, starting with the AAC.
Texas A&M Football has never played these FBS teams
AAC: Charlotte, East Carolina, Florida Atlantic, Navy, South Florida
Texas A&M has never played five teams from the AAC, three of which are new to the conference in 2023 with Charlotte, East Carolina, and Florida Atlantic, with all three previously been members of Conference USA. In addition to that trio, the Aggies have also never faced off with Navy and South Florida on the gridiron, with the former likely the most surprising of the group overall, considering the Midshipmen have been playing since the late-1800’s.
ACC: Syracuse, Virginia
The first P5 conference at the FBS level, Texas A&M has played every ACC team aside from two on the gridiron: Syracuse and Virginia. Texas A&M has however played an ACC team from the state of Virginia four times, as the Aggies own a 2-2 split in the all-time head-to-head series with Virginia Tech.
Big 12: UCF
Formerly a member of the conference prior to joining the SEC back in 2012, Texas A&M has played every team from the Big 12 except for UCF. Yes, the Knights are now officially a member of the Big 12, making the move this season from the AAC.
Big Ten: Indiana, Minnesota, Rutgers, Wisconsin
The P5 conference that has the most teams Texas A&M has never played is in fact the Big Ten, as the Aggies have not faced Indiana, Minnesota, Rutgers, or Wisconsin during their program history. However, this group does include a first-time matchup that college football fans would 100% want to see in Texas A&M/Wisconsin.