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Bet the Over on NCAAF Lines in Texas A&M-LSU

SEC West teams will look to finish the regular season strong when the Texas A&M Aggies and No 14 LSU Tigers match up on Saturday. Both teams have bounced back from a recent loss to win their last two games and now look to extend it to three to take momentum into their bowl games. Both teams boast solid offenses, but Vegas college football odds heavily favor LSU at home.

Texas A&M Holds Strong

Despite the Aggies firing head coach Jimbo Fisher following their win over Mississippi State, they had another solid performance the next week.

Bet the Over on NCAAF Lines in Texas A&M-LSU
Bet the Over on NCAAF Lines in Texas A&M-LSU

After Texas A&M scored 51 points and finished with 396 total yards against the Bulldogs, it ended with 38 points and 448 total yards against Abilene Christian, marking its fourth straight game scoring 30 points or more.

The Aggies are on their third quarterback after both Connor Weigman and Max Johnson were injured/ Jaylen Henderson has been solid since taking over, combining for 210 total yards and four touchdowns against Mississippi State and passing for 260 yards and two scores last week.

Texas A&M will need another strong game from Henderson and its offense to keep up with a hot LSU offense and remain a reliable NCAA football pick.

LSU Stays Hot

The Tigers grabbed their second win in a row behind another high-scoring outing from their offense against Georgia State.

LSU leads the nation in total yards and points, averaging 562.2 total yards and 46.8 points a game, and in its last five games, it has averaged 49.2 points and 578.8 behind its prolific passing offense.

The Tigers’ passing offense is third in the nation behind Heisman frontrunner Jayden Daniels, who is third in the nation with 3,577 total yards. In his last game against the Panthers, Daniels passed for 413 yards and six touchdowns while rushing for 96 more yards and two scores.

LSU, which is favored by 11½ points, has scored over 50 points in three of its last four games behind Daniels’ play, but against a stronger Aggie defense, bettors may want to see if he can keep it up before making use of some live betting odds.

Texas A&M vs LSU Best Bet

Texas A&M and LSU each look to extend their win streaks, but with the sportsbook strongly favoring the Tigers at home, bettors may want to make better use of their wager by turning to the total. Although NCAA football lines set the total at a higher 66 ½ over/under, the two should be able to hit the over.

LSU has the best offense in the nation behind the play of quarterback Daniels and Co., and though the Aggies have a strong defense, it will take a lot of work to slow him down.

Texas A&M has also been churning out the points, despite being on its third quarterback. LSU’s defense hasn’t been the strongest as of late, instead relying on its offense to pull wins out after giving up 30.3 points a game in its last three games.

At that rate, the Aggies should be able to keep things close and combine with the Tigers to reach the over.

College Football Pick: Over 66 ½ points (-110)

 

 

Texas A&M Betting Lines

 

Texas A&M vs LSU Game Information

  • Game: Texas A&M (7-4) vs LSU (8-3)
  • Location: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, LA
  • Day/Time: Saturday, Nov. 25, 12 p.m. ET
  • Texas A&M vs LSU Live Stream: ESPN

 

 

Questions Of The Day

Will LSU's defense be able to contain Texas A&M’s offense?


LSU has one of the worst defenses in the SEC, and it may have trouble containing the Aggies’ offense.

Which team will score a touchdown in the first half?


Both teams should score in the first half.

The odds and predictions in the article are based on the time of writing and publication. They may differ as to when the actual event takes place.

 

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