Texas A&M vs. LSU 2021 College Football Week 13 Odds, Preview & Pick
One of the SEC’s newer rivalry games happens on Saturday when the LSU Tigers host the Texas A&M Aggies. The Tigers are bowl eligible. A victory keeps them in the hunt for a bowl bid to a more high-prfile game. If Texas A&M wins, they can make a case for a New Year’s Day contest. Check out the College Football odds, analysis, and a free pick for Texas A&M at LSU.
Texas A&M vs. LSU Game Information
- When: Saturday, Nov. 27 at 7:00 pm ET
- Where: Tiger Stadium , Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- TV: ESPN
- Radio: 1150 AM The Zone (Texas A&M) / Eagle 98.1 FM (LSU)
- Live Stream: WatchESPN
- College Football Odds: Texas A&M (-6.5) / LSU (+6.5)
Why Bet on the Texas A&M Aggies?
The longer the season has gone, the better the Aggies’ offense has played. Heading into their final regular season game, Texas A&M is almost scoring at will. The Aggies average 29.8 points per. Texas A&M’s offense amasses an average of 400.5 yards each game.
The offensive attack is balanced. A&M throws for 205.5 each contest. The Aggies rush for 195 per game. If LSU attempts to stop the rush, Texas A&M should burn them with the pass. If the Tigers try to stop the pass, the Aggies will run the ball.
The Aggies’ D struggled early in the season. But heading into the final regular season game, Texas A&M now sports one of the bet defenses in the nation. A&M allows a total of 320.3 yards per game. Opponents average 182.4 passing yards and 137.9 rushing yards. The passing yards allowed ranks a fantastic eleventh in all of college football. Opposing teams only score 14.9 points per game. The total points allowed ranks second in the nation.
Why Bet on the LSU Tigers?
LSU’s offense posts okay stats, but the Tigers aren’t a fantastic scoring team. LSU averages 370.1 yards per game. Of the 370 yards, 260.3 arrive via the rush and 109.8 arrive via the pass. The yardage translates to 27.1 points per game on average. One thing LSU does do well is protect the football. After 11 games, the Tigers have committed just 5 turnovers.
Although the offense could be better, LSU’s biggest issues have been on the defensive side of the ball. The Tigers allow 380.3 yards per game, ranking seventy-third in the country. Opponents can throw and pass against the Tigers. Rivals average 234.2 passing yard per. Opposing teams rush for an average of 146.1 per game.
LSU allows 25.5 points each contest. The point total is too high for an SEC squad, which is why heading into their final regular season game, LSU requires a victory to get to .500.
Texas A&M vs. LSU Betting Trends
- Aggies are 4-0 ATS versus a team with a losing record.
- Texas A&M is 0-10 ATS in the last 10 meetings.
- Under is 4-0 in Texas A&M’s last 4 as a road favorite.
- Tigers are 4-1-1 ATS in their last 6 games in November.
- LSU is 12-5-1 ATS in their last 18 games as an underdog.
- Under is 4-0 in LSU’s last 4 games on grass.
Texas A&M vs. LSU Expert Betting Predictions
On paper, Texas A&M should spank LSU. But there is an intangible on LSU’s side that could lead to an outright victory. Saturday is Ed Orgeron’s final regular season game as LSU’s head coach. In 2019, Orgeron attracted Joe Burrow from Ohio State and together with offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi led the Tigers to one of the most amazing National Championship marches in college football history.
Two seasons later, Orgeron is out the door. Based on all accounts, LSU players love Coach O, which means they’re going to lay it all on the line to send their coach off the field at Tiger Stadium with a victory.
Emotion can mean a lot in a rivarly game. All the emotion belongs to LSU. To make things more difficult for Texas A&M, the Tigers have enough talent to keep this close, and A&M has lost 2 of its last 3 road games straight up.
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