Texas A&M vs. Arkansas Line Opens at -2.5 Favoring Visiting Aggies (Video)
The Texas A&M vs. Arkansas line was sitting at -2.5 early this Week 5 College Football week. We were seeing a few 3’s on this game.
Betting trends for this game included:
Arkansas has beaten Texas A&M the last two seasons by 7 or more points, both times on the road.
The Aggies are 0-8 Against The Spread in their last 8 neutral site games.
Texas A&M is 0-6-1 ATS in their last 7 vs. SEC.
The Aggies are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games as a favorite of 0.5-3.0.
The Razorbacks are 11-4 ATS in their last 15 games overall.
The Razorbacks are 16-6 ATS in their last 22 games after accumulating less than 275 total yards in their previous game.
Arkansas is 12-5 ATS vs. a team with a winning record.
The Razorbacks are 7-2 ATS in their last 9 vs. Big 12.
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Willie Bee of DonBest.com had this to say about Texas A&M and the potential for another letdown.
The Cowboys and Razorbacks have sent the Ags to defeat in consecutive weeks the past two seasons, and A&M is coming off a very depressing loss to Oklahoma St.
Trust me, I've sat through my share of Aggie losses. You can often feel the train coming down the track long before you actually hear it.
When the Aggies had the 20-3 lead over the Cowboys going into the third quarter last Saturday, the tracks were already shaking so violently that the Aggie defense couldn't get off the field. It was like that old vibrating football game from the 60s when my guys would only spin in circles and the other team would just shake up and down the field.
The outcome at Kyle Field was a repeat of last year's meeting in so many ways, starting with Mike Gundy's group outscoring A&M 21-0 in the third quarter of the last two clashes.
Texas A&M blew it, plain and simple. You don't cough up 17-point leads over conference opponents as 4½-5 point home favorites and expect to have success regardless of your conference affiliation.
- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.comSubmitted by Tyrone Black on Mon, 09/26/2011 - 21:07