Both the Texas Longhorns and Texas A&M Aggies are coming off big wins in week one. Both quite possibly face their toughest regular-season opponent in week two, when they each square off against a Tiger team Saturday.

The Aggies face the top-ranked Clemson Tigers who are an 18.5 point favorite according to CBS. The 13th ranked Aggies will have to travel to South Carolina.

No. 10 Texas gets to stay at home to play the 6th ranked LSU Tigers. DKR may not have the loudest student section but it beats playing at Tiger Stadium commonly referred to as "Death Valley". LSU is only a 4.5 point favorite.

Texas clearly has a better shot at an upset and as of right now has a much easier full season schedule. That's what happens when you leave the Big 12 for the SEC.

You can catch both games back to back on ABC. The Aggies kick off at 2:30 pm and the Horns start at 6:30.