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COLLEGE STATION - Texas A&M has been on a collision course for success over the past several weeks. A pair of wins against schools from Mississippi have the Aggies sitting at 5-3 on the year. 

With a chance to head into their second bye week with three straight wins, A&M is hoping to continue their dominance against UTSA. The Roadrunners are coming off a bye week following their victory against Rice. 

Despite being 3-4, the Conference USA opponent will be heading into the game as underdogs. With a large victory over the Bulldogs, Las Vegas has the Aggies entering Saturday as a heavy favorite. 

As of Sunday morning, A&M enters the week as a 36.5-point favorite over the Roadrunners. The over/under for the game opens at 51.5. 

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The two schools have only met once before since UTSA's program began in 2011. In 2016, A&M picked up the 23-10 victory against the team from the "Alamo City," with Trevor Knight leading the charge. The Roadrunners could be without quarterback Frank Harris, who missed the past three games with a wrist injury. 

The Aggies will kickoff against the Roadrunners at 11 A.M. on Saturday, November 2. The game will be televised on SEC Network.