Alabama Crimson Tide versus Texas A&M Aggies College Football Betting Preview

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It’s the big one on Saturday afternoon September 14th from college football as the Alabama Crimson Tide will have revenge on their mind when they travel to play the Texas A&M Aggies. The Crimson Tide and Aggies will get things started from Texas A&M at 3:30PM Eastern Time and CBS will deliver the live television broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker have the road team Alabama Crimson Tide favored by -7 ½ points with an over under line set at 60 points. A money line play on Alabama will return -300 odds with the take back on the home underdog Texas A&M Aggies is at +250 odds.

Revenge is on the minds of the Crimson Tide after a 29-24 home defeat to the Texas A&M Aggies as a -13 ½ point betting favorite. Johnny Manziel had a huge game in the win hitting on 24 of 31 passes for 253 yards and no picks. The game came down to an interception by the Aggies deep in their territory in the closing moments. The Tide disposed of Virginia Tech 10-0 in their season opener then immediately goes on a bye week following the win. There were many critical of the Tide in that win as they get only 10 points from their offense that produced 206 yards for the game. Alabama ran for just 96 yards on 38 attempts for 2 ½ yards per rush attempt. A.J. McCarron failed to complete half of his passes in the win. Texas A&M enters this contest with wins in week one against Rice and in week two hosted non-FBS school Sam Houston State and earned the 65-28 victory. Quarterback Johnny Manziel in one half against Rice hit on 6 of 8 throws for 190 yards and a touchdown. A key component of this game will be how the Texas A&M Aggies protect Manziel. The line has played very well the past few seasons and it underrated based on all the hype that the signal caller gets on a Heisman trophy award in his freshman campaign. The A&M offensive line made Johnny Football.

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