The Texas A&M Aggies will try to pull off another big upset when they take on the 15th-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks on Saturday in an SEC Tournament semifinal in Tampa, Fla. The No. 8-seeded Aggies (22-11) shocked top-seeded and fourth-ranked Auburn 67-62 on Friday, while No. 4 seed Arkansas (25-7) cruised past LSU 79-67 later in the day.
Tip-off is set for 1 p.m. ET at Amalie Arena. The Razorbacks are six-point favorites in the latest Arkansas vs. Texas A&M odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the Over-Under is set at 138.5 (Head over to our college basketball odds page for up-to-date odds on every game).
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The model knows the Razorbacks have the talent edge and have won six of their last seven games. The only loss was to Tennessee, which it beat two weeks earlier. It also has wins against a 16th-ranked Kentucky team and then-No. 1 Auburn over the past 32 days. Arkansas outscores its opponents by more than nine points per game, averaging just over 77 points. Texas A&M scores 73 and has a plus-4.8 scoring margin. JD Notae ranks second in the SEC in scoring (18.9 points) and Jaylin Williams is second in rebounds (9.6).
The model has taken into consideration the confidence the Aggies bring in off a huge win. They also beat the Razorbacks 86-81 in one regular-season meeting this season and lost by three in OT in the other. It has a strong trio in guards Quenton Jackson (14.5 points per game) and Tyrece Radford (10.5) along with forward Henry Coleman (11). Each has led the team in scoring once over the past three games, with Radford posting a team-high 19 against Auburn. The Aggies are second in the SEC in steals, averaging 10.5 per game.
Now, the model has broken down the Texas A&M vs. Arkansas matchup from every angle and revealed its results. We can tell you the model is leaning Over the total, and it also says one side of the spread hits in well over 50 percent of simulations! You ABSOLUTELY need to see it before locking in any college basketball picks.
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