College Station NCAA Regional Odds & Picks: How to Bet Texas A&M & TCU in College Baseball Tournament
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College Station Regional Odds
For those listening to the Big Bets On Campus podcast, Texas A&M 150-1 futures were banked on the first episode. Now, the Aggies must survive an Oral Roberts team with an excellent staff and defense before potentially taking on TCU.
For Horned Frog fans, this is a dream scenario after head coach Jim Schlossnagle left Fort Worth for College Station a year ago.
First, Texas A&M will throw Micah Dallas or Nathan Dettmer against Golden Eagles ace Ledgend Smith. The Aggies project at -175 in that pitching matchup, well below the posted line of -235.
Oral Roberts had one of the worst strength of schedules in the nation combined with a record of 3-7 against RPI top-50 teams.
The Aggies will move on to play the winner of TCU and Louisiana.
The Horned Frogs will be in a toss-up against the Ragin’ Cajuns, as TCU starters Cam Brown and Marcelo Perez project as -120 favorites against Louisiana starters Brandon Talley and Jacob Schultz.
TCU enters the opening game lined at -175, indicating a Friday bet on a Louisiana team that swept the Sun Belt Tournament against Regional teams in Georgia Southern and Texas State.
Texas A&M projects as -170 favorites against both TCU and Louisiana in the winners’ bracket, giving the Aggies true odds of +300 to sweep the regional.
For those who bought a generous future, there will be no hedge coming from this writer. The play is Texas A&M to win the Regional, but the best financial advice is a rolling moneyline on the Aggies in each game of this round.
Winner: Texas A&M +110
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