POSTPONED Texas A&M at Tennessee 11/14/20 College Football Picks and Predictions
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Tennessee Volunteers (2-4) vs Texas A&M Aggies (5-1)
Game Info: Saturday, November 14, 2020 at 3:30 pm (Neyland Stadium)
Betting Odds: Tennessee Volunteers +13 -- Over/Under: 54 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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* THIS GAME HAS BEEN POSTPONED *
Texas A&M faces Tennessee on Saturday, November 14th at Neyland Stadium for a Week 11 NCAA football SEC matchup.
Texas A&M is coming off an absolute blowout win over South Carolina on the road in Week 10. Texas A&M took down South Carolina by the final score of 48-3, as the Aggies had complete control of the game from start to finish. Texas A&M is now 5-1 on the year and is ranked #5 in the country (according to AP Polls). Texas A&M has won four straight games after its loss to Alabama, which puts the team in serious playoff conversations. Texas A&M is still a game behind Alabama in the SEC standings, so an SEC Championship remains unlikely. Texas A&M has scored 33.7 points per game and has earned 443.7 total yards of offense per contest as well this season. Texas A&M's defense has held up well, only allowing 25.0 points per game to its opposition so far this season. Texas A&M will look to add yet another impressive road victory to its resume with a win in this one.
Tennessee was defeated by Arkansas on the road in Week 10 by the final score of 24-13. Tennessee took a 13-0 lead to halftime, as the Vols got off to an impressive start. Arkansas scored 24 points in the third quarter alone to take the lead, a lead that would never be challenged by Tennessee. Tennessee is now 2-4 on the year and 2-4 in SEC play, which puts the team near the bottom of the SEC standings. Tennessee has scored 20.7 points per game and has earned 318.5 total yards of offense per contest as well this season. Tennessee has conceded 31.5 points per game to its opposition.
Tennessee opens as 13-point underdogs and the total is set at 54. I like Texas A&M to roll in this one, as Texas A&M's offense is at a new level this season. I do not think Tennessee is going to be able to compete in this one, and I like Texas A&M to win by at least two touchdowns on the road.