NCAA football betting experts expected more than what they have gotten from Texas A&M and first year coach Mike Sherman. This NCAA football gambling season has gone from one of rebuilding to one of shame at College Station as the Aggies are 4-7 straight up and against the NCAA football betting odds.
Fired coach Dennis Franchione is starting to look a lot better in hindsight to NCAA football betting fans, especially since he had Texas’ number.
The NCAA football betting wisdom is definitely that it won’t happen this year as Texas is seeking revenge for last year’s embarrassing loss at A&M in Franchione’s last game and the Longhorns also have national title aspirations within grasp. In NCAA football betting road action the Aggies are 2-2 against the spread.
In over/under NCAA football betting play Texas A&M has gone over 8 out of 11 games with all 4 road games having gone over the total. A&M is ranked 69th on offense and a disgraceful 114th on defense. The Texas Longhorns are 10-1 straight up and 8-3 against the NCAA football odds.
Texas has done well in NCAA football betting home action with a mark of 4-2 against the spread. Against the NCAA football gambling totals Texas is 6-5 over with an even 3-3 split at home. In the NCAA football betting rankings the Longhorns rank 9th overall on offense while ranking 53rd on defense.
Texas has lost considerable NCAA football betting value in recent weeks having lost 3 of their last 4 against the spread. The Longhorns did win their and cover the NCAA football betting spread in their last game November 15 at Kansas 35-7 as 14-point chalks.
Texas has beaten the NCAA football betting number in 5 of their last 6 home games against Texas A&M.
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