Texas A&M Aggies NCAA Tournament Betting Lines

Texas A&M Aggies NCAA Basketball Betting

Texas A&M Aggies College Basketball Betting

Following the first NCAA Tournament appearance in Buzz Williams's four seasons on the job, the Texas A&M Aggies took a big step back in 2023-24. Williams and the Aggies reached an early national ranking of 12th but were quickly outed as a pretender. Texas A&M has the metrics of a mediocre team, and its offense is subpar. Of great concern to gamblers was its horrible board value. Gamblers were splashed with red ink consistently by the Aggies. Few teams were as disappointing as Texas A&M this year. But Texas A&M salvaged a Big Dance bid after making the SEC Tournament championship game.

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2024 Texas A&M Aggies Betting Odds

Texas A&M Aggies +1

Nebraska Cornhuskers -1

Total: 147

Money Line: Texas A&M -103, Nebraska -117

Texas A&M Aggies Next Matchup

On Friday, March 22, 2024, the Texas A&M Aggies of the Southeastern Conference will face the Nebraska Cornhuskers of the Big Ten Conference at FedEx Forum in Memphis, TN. Tipoff Time is 6:50 p.m. ET, with television coverage on TNT.

Nebraska Cornhuskers Team Overview

Overall, the Nebraska Cornhuskers are 22-9 straight up, 20-11 against the spread, and 20-11 over/under the total. Nebraska has national metrics of 90th for scoring offense, 162nd for field goal percentage, 93rd for 3-point field goal percentage, 54th for free throw percentage, and 62nd for offensive rebounding. While defensively, Nebraska is 98th for scoring defense, 9th for field goal percentage permitted, 78th for 3-point field goal percentage allowed, and 309th for defensive rebounding.

Late on, Nebraska has covered seven of its previous nine games. Nebraska has gone over the total in four of its last five outings. First among Nebraska scorers is Keisel Tominaga, with 14.9 points per game.

Texas A&M Aggies Team Overview

Overall, the Texas A&M Aggies are 18-13 straight up, 14-17 against the spread, and 18-13 over/under the total. Texas A&M has national metrics of 186th for scoring offense, 349th for field goal percentage, 359th for 3-point field goal percentage, 257th for free throw percentage, and 3rd for offensive rebounding. While defensively, Texas A&M is 103rd for scoring defense, 77th for field goal percentage permitted, 154th for 3-point field goal percentage allowed, and 96th for defensive rebounding.

Late on, Texas A&M has covered five of its previous six games. Texas A&M has gone over the total in eight of its last ten outings. First among Texas A&M scorers is G Wade Taylor IV, with 18.5 points per game.

One of the hottest teams on the college basketball futures markets was the Texas A&M Aggies. Head coach Buzz Williams had what was thought to be one of the country’s top-rising programs. The Texas A&M Aggies were said to be in better shape than most teams in the conference, with four starters back from last year’s roster and a nice mix of transfer portal additions ready to contribute. Head coach Buzz Williams was fresh off his first SEC Coach of the Year award and his first appearance in the NCAA Tournament with the Aggies after four seasons. Instead, the Aggies took a big step back in 2023-24.

All in all, there should have been another NCAA Tournament appearance in the cards for the Aggies this season. They were expected to be seeded anywhere from No. 3 to No. 7 in this year’s field as an at-large or even as high as a 2-seed.

Texas A&M Basketball was one of the lone teams in the SEC that returns a bulk of its rotation from 2022-23. The roster of nine returners comes back with good reason after finishing second in the conference with a 15-3 record before an early first-round exit as a 7-seed against the Penn State Nittany Lions ended their season abruptly. The Aggies had a lot to prove after going 25-10 and losing just three games from January 18 to March 11 before dropping two games in a row to close the year. Apparently, the Aggies were reading their own headlines too much this year.

Latest NCAA Tournament Results

2023 Lost First Round vs. (10) Penn State 59–76
2018 Lost Sweet Sixteen vs. (3) Michigan, 72–99
2016 Lost Sweet Sixteen vs. (2) Oklahoma, 63–77
2011 Lost First Round vs. (10) Florida State, 50–57
2010 Lost Second Round vs. (4) Purdue, 61–63 (OT)
2009 Lost Second Round vs. (1) Connecticut, 66–92
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