Texas A&M announced Thursday that it will face Fresno State at Kyle Field in 2020, pitting the teams against each other for the second time ever.
The teams last met in 2007 with the Aggies winning in a triple-overtime thriller, 47-45. Texas A&M running back Jorvorskie Lane finished with four rushing touchdowns and a successful two-point conversion in the third overtime, while Fresno State failed on a final two-point conversion try.
Texas A&M already announced a home game in 2020 against Colorado, and is scheduled to host Abilene Christian and North Texas as well, according to 24/7 Sports, meaning the Aggies have already filled up the non-conference schedule four years in advance.
Fresno State is led by coach Tim DeRuyter, who spent two seasons as defensive coordinator for Texas A&M before accepting the head coaching job in the Mountain West Conference in 2012. The team went to three consecutive bowl games and had an 11-2 season under DeRuyter in 2013 before a 3-9 year in 2015.