The Texas A&M Aggies are just 4–10 against the spread in their last 14 games at home with a 9–5 straight up record over that stretch. The Aggies will try to get a win and cover this Saturday at Kyle Field against the Tennessee Volunteers.
Texas A&M is a 7-point betting favorite in Saturday’s game at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. Since beating UCLA 31–24 in overtime in their season opener, the Aggies have won each of their last four games by double digits, starting the season off with a 5–0 SU and 4–1 ATS record. Tennessee is 6–1 ATS in its last seven games against opponents with winning records.
The Alabama Crimson Tide are 17–0 SU and 10–7 ATS over their last 17 games, and have won four of their first five games this season by at least four touchdowns. The No. 1 team in the nation will be on the road this week to take on the Arkansas Razorbacks.
Arkansas is off to a 4–1 SU start to the season and is going off as a 14-point home underdog in Saturday’s contest. The Razorbacks are just 7–22 SU in their last 29 games against SEC opponents.
The Red River Showdown between the Oklahoma Sooners and the Texas Longhorns will take place this Saturday at the Cotton Bowl with Oklahoma going off as a 10.5-point favorite.
The Sooners are 8–0 SU and 7–1 ATS in their last eight games against Big 12 opponents, with both of their losses this season coming out of conference to Houston and Ohio State. Texas is just 2–2 SU and ATS through its first four games, and could use an upset this Saturday to turn things around and avoid a three-game losing streak.
The Miami Hurricanes will have a chance to prove themselves this Saturday at home against the Florida State Seminoles. Florida State is 6–0 SU in its last six games against the Hurricanes per the OddsShark College Football Database.
Miami has looked sharp in jumping out to a 4–0 SU and ATS start, but a win over Florida State would solidify the team’s position as a potential contender in the loaded ACC this year.