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Texas A&M vs. Tennessee Odds & Pick: How Sharps Are Betting Saturday’s Over/Under

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  • The Texas A&M Aggies will take on the Tennessee Volunteers in an SEC matchup on Saturday.
  • Despite the little attention the game is receiving due to the SEC Championship, sharps have found value and hit the game.
  • Check out how they have played this SEC battle below.

Texas A&M vs. Tennessee Odds

Texas A&M Odds -13.5
Tennessee Odds +13.5
Over/Under 51
PRO Projection A&M -13.3 | 48.6
Time 12 p.m. ET
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As it competes with two conference championship games — not to mention a No. 1 vs. 3 college basketball matchup — at the noon ET hour, Texas A&M vs. Tennessee probably won’t have the full attention of many bettors Saturday. But by no means does that suggest that it can’t offer betting value.

And according to our PRO Report, sharps have found some on the over/under.

Note: Odds, data as of 8 a.m. ET.

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Texas A&M vs. Tennessee Odds

Having opened at 52 across much of the market, this total has inched down a point to 51, and sharp bettors have been the reason for that.

Sharp Action

As is often the case with totals, most bettors have taken a liking to the over, looking to root for offense over defense. But even with just 43% of their customers taking the under, sportsbooks have found reason to lower this number.

As you’ve probably put together, that reason is sharp bettors among the 43% minority. And confirming that to be the case, two Sports Insights Bet Signals have been triggered on the under, revealing two separate instances of market movement caused specifically by sharps.

Sharp Action edge: Under

Big Money

On top of those Bet Signals, the discrepancy between bets and actual money has served as another sign of professional action hitting this under.

That 43% backing has actually generated 77% of the money hitting this total, giving sportsbooks another reason to react, but also revealing the opinion of bigger bettors — the ones more likely to be sharps.

Big Money edge: Under

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