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Of all of the teams in the world to play the last football game of 2013, the Duke Blue Devils are going to be squaring off in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl with the Texas A&M Aggies.
The SEC East title will be won or lost on Saturday night in Columbia, where the Missouri Tigers will hope to punch their ticket to Atlanta at the expense of the Texas A&M Aggies in college football betting action.
Auburn and Texas A&M come into this weekend’s SEC matchup with identical 5-1 records. Auburn is ranked #24 in the nation, while the Aggies are seventh in the current polls. The Tigers have yet to beat a top team this year, but they’ll get a chance this weekend at Kyle Field. Texas A&M is still in the thick of the national title race. Let’s take a closer look at this one.
The Owls were just one game over .500 last season at 7-6 straight-up, but they closed-out the 2012 season with a five-game winning streak that included a 33-14 rout of Air Force in the Armed Forces Bowl as one-point underdogs. With 19 of 24 starters back in the fold from that team they have been opened as fourth-favorites to claim the Conference-USA title this season.
To say that the SEC has been the dominant conference in college football for the last few years is a major understatement. The SEC has collected seven straight national titles, and it doesn’t look ready to stop that streak anytime soon. This conference is constantly loaded with top notch talent, and this year appears to be no different.
Our college football betting handicappers are always keeping a watchful eye on what we can expect on the field, and this year, we are looking at the Top 10 teams in the land that might ultimately be ATS duds in 2013.
The clock is ticking towards the start of the 2013 college football betting campaign, and as a part of the preparation for the year, we take a look at the Top 10 quarterbacks in the country coming into the 2013 season.
The newest Heisman Trophy winner will be on full display in Cowboys Stadium against a very talented Oklahoma Sooners team. This isn’t the BCS Championship game, but it is definitely one of the best bowl matchups of the season. Can Johnny Manziel lead the Aggies to another win or will the annual Heisman bowl game disappointment continue for another season?
The Alabama Crimson Tide can lock up a spot in the SEC Championship Game on Saturday afternoon at home if they can take down the Texas A&M Aggies in one of their tougher challenges on the college football odds all year long.
Of course, all eyes are going to be on QB Johnny Manziel in this one. The freshman is a true freak of nature, and he is putting up video game numbers in the SEC, something that hardly anyone in the past has been able to do.
The Texas A&M Aggies have made the tough move to the SEC, and they are finding quite a bit of success thus far. First-year coach Kevin Sumlin has this team playing a new style of football, and it has led the team to a 6-2 record and a spot in the top 25. Mississippi State is 7-1 on the year, with their only loss coming last week to Alabama. The Bulldogs were dominated by the Crimson Tide, but everyone has been so far this year. This is a key SEC matchup for both teams.