The Hurricanes are coming off of a bye week and their last game was a 26-3 defeat in Gainesville at the hands of the Gators. Texas A&M is also coming off of a bye week, but its last game procured a win for the program and college football betting fans as a road favorite in their 28-22 win over New Mexico.
Miami really struggled on offense in its last game against Florida only totaling 140 yards back on September 6th. Their quarterback situation is still very muddled as well with freshmen Robert Marve and Jacory Harris both trying to grasp the horns of the starting job.
Another cause for concern is RB Javarris James who will probably miss this game with an ankle injury after getting hurt in their rivalry game against the Gators. Since 2005, the Hurricanes haven’t been friends to NCAA football gamblers by going 13-24 ATS off of the final college football betting lines.
For the Aggies, starting QB Stephen McGee is questionable for the game after injuring his shoulder against the Lobos two weeks ago. In his absence, backup QB Jerrod Johnson was solid however, completing 10-of-19 passes for 124 yards and three touchdowns.
Johnson was helped out greatly by his defense in the game as the Aggies, though outgained by 134 total yards, won in large part due to the defense forcing four New Mexico turnovers. Those who bet on college football need to know that the Aggies are 2-4 ATS against non-conference opponents since 2007 per the NCAA betting odds.
Currently, the NCAA lines find the Hurricanes sitting as four-point road favorites in this ACC/Big 12 clash. Whether you want to bet the ‘Canes or the Aggies, the over or the under, or perhaps want some action on the moneyline, the place for your online sports betting for the rest of 2008 is Sports-Gambling.com Sportsbook, the location for all your college football wagering action.
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