Updating Texas A&M vs. Georgia Betting Odds: Spread, Over/Under Line Movement
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- Updated Georgia vs. Texas A&M odds have the Bulldogs as a 12-point favorite over the Aggies for Saturday's SEC showdown (3:30 p.m. ET, CBS).
- The weather forecast helped drop the total from 44 to 42.5 overnight Friday, though it briefly ticked back up to 43.5.
- We're tracking all the odds moves in Georgia-Texas A&M to see where this line might be headed.
Updating Georgia-Texas A&M Odds
- Odds: Georgia -12
- Total: 42.5
- Moneyline: UGA -500; A&M +380
- Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
- TV: CBS
Odds as of 1:45 p.m. ET. Download The Action Network app to get live odds and live win probabilities on all your bets.
The world seems to be talking about Georgia’s College Football Playoff hopes and its impending collision with LSU in the SEC Championship Game.
But between that and last week’s big win at Auburn is a home test against Texas A&M, where the Dawgs are favored by about two touchdowns.
The Aggies have largely been off the national radar because of their schedule. Losses to Clemson, Alabama and Auburn — the No. 2, 5 and 10 teams in our power ratings — will do that. They’ll close out the season with two more games against top 4 teams in Georgia and LSU.
Below we’re using our tools at Sports Insights to track the line movement in Georgia vs. Texas A&M game to see where the line is headed.
You can also use Action PRO to get access to our Line Predictor tool, which uses historical data and current public betting percentages to predict where each line will move next.
Odds Moves for Georgia-Texas A&M
Georgia-Texas A&M odds as of Saturday morning and via PointsBet, where Action Network users can access an exclusive promotion to get a 200% deposit match (deposit $50, bet with $150). No strings attached. No rollover required.
1:45 p.m. ET: Texas A&M money continues to flow in, pushing the Aggies down to +12. They’re getting 55% of the bets and 50% of the money.
11:15 a.m. ET: The total has ping-ponged a little bit on Saturday morning, dropping to 42.5 before jumping up a point, then falling back down to 42.5.
9 a.m. ET: The forecast in Athens continues to get worse, with heavy rain and moderate wind expected to wreak havoc on Sanford Stadium throughout the late afternoon.
7 a.m. ET: The total fell a point overnight to 43, but both the point spread and moneyline have held so far.
Line History for UGA-Texas A&M
Using Sports Insights’ line history, we can track…
- Moves at every sportsbook on the spread, moneyline and total
- Sharp money, reverse line movement and steam
- Public betting percentages (which you can also get here)
Georgia opened at -14 at Circa Sports in Las Vegas, the first American book to post lines each week. Circa opened the total at 46.
From there, the line dropped market-wide to -13, went back to -14, and eventually got all the way down to -12.5 at DraftKings, as you can see from the screenshot above.
The total has steadily dropped from 46 to 44, with 82% of the money on the under.
Georgia’s Recent Betting Run
Unders have been the story of Georgia’s betting season.
The Dawgs defense has been on a roll, holding every opponent to 20 points or fewer. The only team to reach 20 was South Carolina in that upset win.
As a result of the excellent defense and conservative, run-based offense, eight of Georgia’s 10 games have gone under, including the last five.
The Bulldogs have covered their last three games, but not by big margins — .5 points, 8.5 points and 4 points.
Texas A&M’s Recent Betting Run
Texas A&M has been flying under the radar since its had three losses since early October.
The Aggies have been a mixed bag, going 6-4 against the spread and 6-4 to the under this season.