Texas A&M vs. LSU Odds, Pick, Prediction: One-Sided Sharp College Football Action?
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Texas A&M vs. LSU Odds
|Texas A&M Odds||-6|
|Date||Saturday, Nov. 27|
|Time||7 p.m. ET|
LSU will try to become bowl eligible for all six seasons of Ed Orgeron’s tenure as they face Texas A&M at home on Saturday evening.
The Tigers were bowl-eligible last season but gave themselves a self-imposed bowl ban.
This will be Orgeron’s last game in Tiger Stadium in what is surely going to be a bittersweet goodbye.
They have a tough test on deck with Texas A&M. The 8-3 Aggies have won five of their last six and have covered the spread in all five of their wins.
The Aggies have had their struggles against LSU since joining the SEC. A&M is 2-8 in the last 10 against LSU straight-up and 0-10 against the spread.
This game doesn’t have many postseason implications, but LSU will want to play in a bowl game and A&M will want to turn around its bad fortune against the Tigers.
The Action Network has tracked Sharp Action coming in one side.