How To Bet Texas A&M vs Missouri

Posted by Aaron . on February 26, 2016 in

The #21 Texas A&M Aggies head north on Saturday to take on the Missouri Tigers in Big 12 basketball action. The Aggies (21-7) are in second place in the SEC and are coming off a 68-66 home win over Mississippi State on Wednesday night. The Tigers (10-18) are in 14th place in the SEC and were dealt an 85-76 loss at Ole Miss on Tuesday night. Get the updated NCAAB online betting spread for this game here.

How To Bet Texas A&M Aggies vs Missouri Tigers

When: Saturday, February 27, 2016, 4:00 PM ET
Where: Mizzou Arena, Columbia, MO
TV: ESPU
Radio: Missouri Tigers Radio Network
Live Stream: Watch ESPN
NCAAB Odds: TBA

 

 

Why should you bet on the Aggies?

After the Aggies knocked off Kentucky in overtime over the weekend, they had a little bit of a hangover when Mississippi State came calling on Wednesday night. Luckily, Danuel House was able to make just enough clutch shots to nail down the win. It is that sort of grit that has helped the Aggies turn around what had been a bit of a slide in the second half of SEC conference play, but they appear to have righted the ship. Even though Missouri is a road game, the Tigers are not a competitive team in the conference, and if the Aggies can maintain their focus they should win easily.

Why should you put your money on Missouri?

Missouri has an offense that spreads the ball and brings in multiple scorers. In their loss to Ole Miss, the Tigers had four different players in double figures with points. Ole Miss is a team looking to get into the NCAA tournament, and the Tigers (who have lost 25 straight road contests) stayed close until the last 10 minutes of the game. Missouri does have good three-point shooters (they went 12 for 23 against Ole Miss), and if they can get on a hot streak, this could be a close game.

Expert Pick and Final Score Prediction

I like Texas A&M to go up to Missouri and take care of business. The Aggies don’t have the offensive firepower to make this a rout, so I’m predicting a 72-64 win.