As soon as you get towards the end of September, there is seemingly a matchup in the SEC West. This Saturday’s top-25 battle in College Station between the Texas A&M Aggies and Auburn Tigers qualifies in that regard for Week 4.
Despite having never defeated the No. 8 Tigers in Kyle Field, sportsbooks have the No. 17 Aggies preferred by 4 at the provincial competition. Since falling to 48, it being taken by some stores down the complete officially went 50, that amount.
Both Sides Coming Away Easy Wins
The gang of gus Malzahn skated into a 55-16 rout of Kent State per week ago more. Three Auburn backs conducted for over 100 yards as the Tigers gathered 467 on the floor against the Golden Flashes, while freshman QB Bo Nix had been a and a score in the column.
Auburn has a few key injury concerns. Sophomore wideout Seth Williams overlooked the Kent State game and is still questionable for the game with the Aggies. Beginning left tackle Prince Tega Wanogho, Jr. also missed last Saturday, along with his backup, Bailey Sharp, is out 4-6 weeks with a knee injury.
Jimbo Fisher’s troops enjoyed a very long time of it Saturday, a 62-3 romp for the Aggies. Kellen Mond had a much easier time of this beneath center compared to the week before against top-ranked Clemson, finishing 20-of-28 passes for over 300 yards.
Isaiah Spiller stepped up to record his next 100-yard match this year after dropping tailback Jashaun Corbin to Clemson for the year at the loss. The Aggies are also predicted to get 2 defenders back once they missed last weekend, as junior CB Elijah Blades and junior DT Jayden Peevy are all listed as likely.
Tigers Have Covered All 3 Meetings In College Station
The teams met one year before much later about the schedule, and Auburn scored two touchdowns to claim the first time in nine meetings between the 2 colleges, a choice to find the success. It seemed as if the visitors would prevail more with A&M leading by 10 with less than half an hour ahead, however, the Tigers rallied to prevent that series. The battle of last year went’over’ that the NCAAF Odds, as did the 42-27 of Auburn win as a favorite at Kyle Field.
It’s supposed to clean out by game time to depart temps from the upper-80s, although there is lots of rain in the forecast resulting in Saturday’s skirmish. The Aggies stay 7-16-1 ATS in SEC home games though they have performed better the last few seasons. Put down for a college football select the Tigers.
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