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LSU Tigers vs. Texas A&M Betting Preview, Odds and Picks for Week 13

LSU Tigers vs. Texas A&M Aggies College Football betting odds and picks

Since their loss at Alabama, Texas A&M has flashed a renewed look.  Coach Jimbo Fisher is finally transforming the Aggies in his third year on the job.  Both quarterback Kellen Mond and Fisher were under fire after the loss to the Crimson Tide.  A&M could be the second-best team in the SEC.   Especially when you consider their College football betting win over Florida.  By contrast, LSU is fallen into a mirror opposite. The Bayou Bengals are playing terrible football.  Of major concern are increasing off the field troubles blowing up making headlines.

LSU Tigers vs. Texas A&M Aggies Betting Information

Date: Saturday, November 28, 2020
Time: 7:00 p.m. ET
Location: Kyle Field, College Station, Texas
TV Coverage: ESPN

LSU Tigers vs. Texas A&M Aggies Betting Odds

Team SP/RL TOTAL ML
LSU +14 (-110) 62½ (-110) +425
Texas A&M -14 (-110) 62½ (-110) -550
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LSU Tigers at Texas A&M Aggies CashBet Wagering Analysis

Concurrently the performance of both teams in 2020 makes A&M the public choice with the sportsbook odds.  Of major concern to gamblers is the LSU defense.

LSU’s Dream Season of Last Year Turns into Nightmare for 2020

Last week LSU faced Arkansas in a tricky road game.  Arkansas is one of the most improved teams in the country.  LSU prevailed 27-24 as 1-point betting on college football chalk.  Now LSU is 3-3 straight up, against the spread, and on totals.  Offensively the Tigers are 28th in the nation and 32nd for scoring.  Defensively LSU is 112th overall and 80th for points allowed.  Consider the impressive nature of LSU beating the resurgent Hogs.  It was the Bayou Bengals best performance of the year.

Aggies Yell for More

Saturday the Aggies were to host Ole Miss in the CBS Saturday afternoon feature game.  However, issues with the pandemic forced postponement of the matchup.  The Aggies last game was on November 7.  And then A&M annihilated South Carolina in a 48-3 road payout.  Texas A&M is 5-1 straight up, 3-3 against the spread, with 3-3 on totals.  The Aggies have national metrics of 33rd for total offense and 37th for scoring.  While defensively A&M is 26th in the nation and 41st for points allowed.

Senior quarterback Kellen Mond is having his best bet on NCAAF season at A&M.  Mond has a 158.9 QB rating with 8.1 yards per pass attempt, 1468 yards passing, 16 touchdowns, and just two interceptions.  Like his coach, Mond is finally getting his due.

LSU Tigers at Texas A&M Aggies Against the Spread

In sum, LSU has covered 19 of their last 33 games.  As a dog, the Bayou Bengals have paid in five of their last seven.  While in SEC matchups the Tigers have covered 12 of their last 22.  On the road, LSU has covered 7 of their last 12 matchups.  Overall LSU is 20-12-1 over the total.  On the road, the Tigers are 7-5 to the over.  And as dogs, the Bayou Bengals are 4-3 to the over.  Against the SEC, LSU is 12-10 over the total.

To show the Aggies are 27-18 against the spread.  At home, Texas A&M is 14-10 vs. the odds.  While as chalk the Aggies are 18-10 with the line.   Against the SEC A&M is 15-15 on the board.  To summarize Texas A&M is 14-18 under the total in all games.  At Kyle Field, the Aggies are 10-7 to the over.  And as chalk A&M is 8-14 to the under.

LSU has utterly bossed the cashier’s cage in their series against Texas A&M.  To show the Bayou Bengals have paid in nine consecutive games against the Aggies.  Three of the last four games between these teams have gone over the total.  So too has LSU covered in their last four visits to College Station.  The last two games between these teams at Kyle Field have gone over.

LSU Tigers at Texas A&M Aggies CashBet Free Pick  

In this situation, the Aggies are in much better form.  Texas A&M should bust the Betting on NCAAF trend towards LSU.

Tigers at Aggies CashBet Best Bet: 

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