Texas A&M Aggies versus Oklahoma Sooners Cotton Bowl College Football Betting Preview

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Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel will lead his Texas A&M Aggies into the Cotton Bowl to face the Oklahoma Sooners from college football on Friday January 4th. The Sooners and Aggies will begin from Arlington Texas at 8PM Eastern Time and FOX will deliver the TV coverage.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Texas A&M Aggies favored by -3 ½ points with an over under line of 72 points. A money line bet on the Texas A&M Aggies side will return -160 odds. Bettors who believe that the Oklahoma Sooners can pull off the upset outright win in the Cotton Bowl can take back +140 odds from their money line wager.

Prior to moving to the SEC conference the Texas A&M Aggies resided in the Big 12 conference along with Oklahoma. The Sooners have had great success against the Aggies with eight wins over their past nine meetings. In last year’s game Oklahoma defeated Texas A&M 41-25 as a -13 ½ point favorite. Texas A&M concluded their regular season in the SEC conference with a respectable 10-2 straight up record. They finished up with five straight wins. Their two losses of the year came at home with a three point loss against Florida in week two and on October 20th they blow an early 12-0 lead in a 24-19 home defeat to LSU. Heisman trophy winner Johnny Manziel completed 68% of his throws with 24 touchdowns and 8 picks. Oklahoma also finished up at 10-2 straight up following their regular season play. They too have a five game win streak heading into the Cotton Bowl. The Sooners were slotted into the Orange Bowl to face Florida St but with Northern Illinois sudden rise in the BCS rankings it sent the Sooners to a non BCS bowl. Their two defeats this season game in a five point home loss to Kansas St and a 17 point home loss to Notre Dame. Oklahoma was the fifth best passing offense this season with 340 yards per game. Sooners quarterback Landry Jones completed 65% of his throws with 29 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.

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