Alabama Crimson Tide vs Texas A&M Aggies NCAAF Week 7 Game Preview
The Alabama Crimson Tide are playing with fire in their eyes, as they remain undefeated through the first six weeks of the 2018 NCAAF season. Waiting for them down in College Station is the ambush-seeking Texas A&M Aggies, who will definitely climb notches up the AP Poll rankings — IF they beat the Crimson Tide at home. Go ahead and read the 2019 NCAAF Week 7 Alabama vs. Texas A&M preview by Nitrogen Sports Blog.
Alabama vs Texas A&M 2019 NCAAF Week 7 game preview
When: Saturday, October 12, 2019, 3:30 PM
Where: Kyle Field, College Station
2019 NCAAF Odds: Alabama (-18) vs. Texas A&M( +18)
What to know about the Alabama Crimson Tide (5-0)
Alabama vs. Texas A&M 2019 NCAAF Week 7 moneyline odds for the Crimson Tide: TBA
It’s Tua Tagovailoa’s world, and we’re all just living in it. Against the Ole Miss Rebels in Week 6, Tagovailoa made NFL scouts salivate once again with a shining performance, as he passed for 418 yards and six touchdowns in a 59-31 victory in Tuscaloosa.
Tagovailoa definitely enjoyed his chemistry with wide receiver DeVonta Smith, who had five receiving touchdowns and 274 receiving yards on just 11 catches. Tagovailoa is very ripe for the NFL, but that he opted to stay for at least one more year in college means that he’s going to dominate a lot more defenses going forward, and that could include the Aggies, whose defense can be faulty at times. The Arkansas Razorbacks had almost 300 passing yards against Texas A&M last week.
What to know about the Texas A&M Aggies (3-2)
Alabama vs. Texas A&M 2019 NCAAF Week 7 moneyline odds for the Aggies: TBA
The Aggies bounced back from their loss to the Auburn Tigers by beating the Razorbacks in Arlington last weekend, 31-27. Kellen Mond went 23 for 35 for 251 passing yards and three touchdowns with an interception. The Aggies had to sweat before overcoming Arkansas, as they shot their own foot with penalties and errors.
The Aggies fumbled the ball three times and lost one. Ball security is something Texas A&M will have to improve on, especially heading into the meeting with Alabama’s unforgiving and loaded defense. That said, Alabama’s defense showed cracks in the Ole Miss game in which the Crimson Tide allowed four touchdowns to the Rebels.
- The Crimson Tide are 3-2 ATS in their last five games away from Tuscaloosa.
- The Aggies are 8-2 ATS in their last 10 games at home.
Alabama is No. 1 in the nation, and it intends to keep that designation for the rest of the season, but they could still step on a landmine this Saturday in the Crimson Tide vs. Aggies game in College Station in 2019 NCAAF Week 7. Have you made your NCAAF picks for Alabama vs. Texas A&M? Make sure to check out our how to bet on sports piece first.