Ready for tonight's game? Whether you are or not, you'll be more ready after taking a look at some fun facts about tonight's game, courtesy of ESPN Stats and Info.
LSU has won 10 of its past 13 bowl games.
Texas A&M has lost its past four bowl games.
LSU is 27-1 against teams outside the SEC under Les Miles, with the only loss coming to Penn State in last year's Capital One Bowl.
Tonight's game is the renewal of a rivalry: It will be the 50th time Texas A&M and LSU have met. They played in 16 consecutive seasons from 1960-75 and for 10 consecutive seasons from 1986-95, but have only met in a bowl once, a 19-14 LSU win in the 1944 Orange Bowl. The Aggies and Tigers haven't played since the series was discontinued in 1995.
Texas A&M's six game winning streak is its longest since 2004, and if it can make it seven, it will match a 1998 streak, a season that ended with Texas A&M's only Big 12 title.
With 86 more yards, Cyrus Gray will become the second Aggie to amass 5,000 all-purpose yards. Darren Lewis is the only other Aggie to do it.
Gray's streak of six consecutive games with at least 100 yards rushing is the longest since Lewis' 10 consecutive games in 1988.
Receiver Jeff Fuller already holds the school record for single-season receiving yardage, but with 17 more yards, he'll be the first Aggies receiver to ever top 1,000 yards receiving.
Quarterback Ryan Tannehill, a former receiver, is believed to be the only player in FBS history with a 400-yard passing game and a 200-yard receiving game.