|Written by Jerry Santiago|
Bet on NCAAFCollege football odds have been break even this college football betting season on both the Texas Longhorns and the Texas A&M Aggies. College football odds will have much at stake for the Thanksgiving Night college football betting matchup between these two teams as Texas is trying to remain undefeated.
The Texas Longhorns are 11-0 straight up and 5-5-1 with the college football odds. Texas is coming off a 51-20 college football betting win and payout over Kansas as 28.5-point home favorites. Texas has covered 4 out of their last 5 online betting matchups and is 3-1 with the college football odds on the road this year. Texas is ranked 3rd in the nation and must win this game and next week in the Big 12 title game to make the BCS national championship game. The Longhorns rank 2nd with the college football odds for points scored and 7th for points allowed. Quarterback Colt McCoy has completed 73% of his passes for 3024 yards with a 23/9 touchdown to interception ratio. McCoy is a leading contender for the Heisman Trophy. McCoy’s roommate, Jordan Shipley, has caught 91 passes for 1204 yards and 9 touchdowns.
The Texas A&M Aggies have a record of 6-5 straight up and 5-5-1 with the college football odds. The Aggies are a young team that have been wildly inconsistent this year. They have covered 3 out of their last 5 games with the college football odds including their last game on November 21 against Baylor in a 38-3 win as 5.5-point home favorites. The Aggies are 4-2-1 with the college football odds this year as a host. They have gone over the total in 7 out of 11 games. Texas A&M ranks a solid 17th in scoring but their defense ranks only 99th in points allowed which is not a good matchup against powerful Texas.Texas has struggled with the college football odds on the road in this series with just 1 payout in their last 5 trips to College Station. The two teams have gone under the total in 4 out of their last 6 head to head meetings.