No. 21 Texas A&M is coming off one of the biggest upsets of the college football season, so it will be hoping to avoid a letdown performance against Missouri on Saturday afternoon. The Aggies had dropped out of the polls until they pulled off a 41-38 win over top-ranked Alabama last week. Missouri has lost all three of its games against Power Five teams this season, but it is coming off a 48-35 win over North Texas.
Kickoff is set for noon ET. The Aggies are 11-point favorites in the latest Texas A&M vs. Missouri odds at Caesars Sportsbook, while the over-under for points scored is 59.5. Before entering any Missouri vs. Texas A&M picks, you'll want to see the college football predictions from the model at SportsLine.
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- Missouri vs. Texas A&M spread: Texas A&M -11
- Missouri vs. Texas A&M over-under: 59.5 points
- Missouri vs. Texas A&M money line: Texas A&M -440, Missouri +340
What you need to know about Missouri
Missouri had a touchdown and change to spare in a 48-35 victory over the North Texas Mean Green last Saturday. Running back Tyler Badie had a dynamite game for the Tigers, rushing for two touchdowns and 217 yards on 17 carries in addition to grabbing one receiving score.
Missouri has proven itself capable offensively, averaging 467.0 yards and 37.8 points per game. Badie has rushed for 675 yards and eight scores this season, while adding 212 yards and four more scores through the air. He'll be involved early and often in the Mizzou attack with Texas A&M giving up at least 150 yards on the ground in four of its six games.
What you need to know about Texas A&M
Texas A&M has already dealt with several disappointing losses this season, so the team's focus should not be an issue on Saturday afternoon. The Aggies lost consecutive games to Arkansas and Mississippi State before snapping Alabama's 19-game winning streak last week. They also became the first unranked team in 100 games to topple the Crimson Tide.
Quarterback Zach Calzada finally found a rhythm, passing for a career-high 285 yards and three touchdowns. Missouri is allowing a league-worst 37.5 points per game, so Calzada should have a chance to make another statement. The Tigers were not able to keep pace with Tennessee in their last SEC contest, getting blown out in a 62-24 decision.
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