College Football Week 12 Predictions: Missouri Tigers vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Missouri Tigers vs. Texas A&M Aggies
Saturday, 11/15/14, 7:30 PM EST
Opening Point Spread:  Texas A&M -5.5
Current Betting Line:  Texas A&M -3
Opening Total:  58
Current Total:  55
Odds Courtesy of Bookmaker

The Missouri Tigers have had great success in November in recent years
The Missouri Tigers have had great success in November in recent years

Missouri has won three games in a row, including a 20-10 victory over the Kentucky Wildcats as seven-point home favorites on Nov. 1, while going UNDER the betting total for the sixth time in seven contests.  The Tigers are trying to win eight games for the ninth time under head coach Gary Pinkel during his 14-season tenure, which is important to consider when making your Week 12 college football predictions, but they’ve dropped eight of 14 all-time meetings in this Southeastern Conference series.  Missouri is 4-0 SUATS as road underdogs of 3.5 to 7 points the last two-plus seasons, with the OVER going 3-1 in that situation.

The Tigers have put together a solid 22-7 SU record in the month of November since 2007, which can’t be ignored when looking over the college football betting lines.  Missouri needs a solid game from quarterback Maty Mauk, who has completed just 52.4 percent of his passes for 1,532 yards and 18 touchdowns with nine interceptions in 2014.  Defensively, the main player to watch is Shane Ray, who is tops in the conference in racking up 12 sacks.

Texas A&M has won back-to-back games since dropping three in a row in October, as it looks to build off a 41-38 victory over the Auburn Tigers as 23.5-point road underdogs last week, but it has been out-gained by a triple-digit margin in its last three affairs.  The Aggies have won eight of 10 games during this particular calendar month under Kevin Sumlin, while they’ve had at least 400 yards of total offense in eight of 10 affairs over the course of the year.  Texas A&M is 11-7 SU and 5-13 ATS versus teams with a winning record the last two-plus seasons.

The Aggies have played better offensive football with true freshman Kyle Allen under center, while they managed to gain 176 yards on the ground last time out—their highest total against a conference opponent since 2013.  Allen has completed 55 of 95 passes for 647 yards since taking over for original starter Kenny Hill.

Sports bettors will likely back the Tigers due to the Aggies being 5-0 SU and 2-3 ATS as favorites of 3.5 to 10 points since 2012.

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