Texas A&M Aggies vs. LSU Tigers NCAAF Week 14 Game Preview

Joe Burrow Week 14

The Texas A&M Aggies can play the role of a spoiler if they can upset the No. 1 LSU Tigers in Baton Rouge in Week 14. Of course, the Tigers are well-equipped to prevent that from happening, but who knows? We’ve seen crazier things occur in college football. Go ahead and read the 2019 NCAAF Week 14 Texas A&M vs. LSU preview by Nitrogen Sports Blog.

Texas A&M vs. LSU Week 14 Game Preview

When: Saturday, November 30, 2019
Where: Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
NCAAF Odds: Texas A&M (+17) vs. LSU (-17)

What to know about the Texas A&M Aggies (7-4)

Texas A&M vs. LSU 2019 NCAAF Week 14 moneyline odds for the Aggies: +513
Although the Aggies lost their most recent game to the Georgia Bulldogs, they still walked away with some positives. Head coach Jimbo Fisher admitted that it was a frustrating loss, but wanted everyone to know how proud he was of his team. Texas A&M hung in tough with No. 4 team in the nation but ultimately suffered a 19-13 defeat. Quarterback Kellen Mond threw for 275 yards and a touchdown despite Georgia’s smothering defensive line play.

The Aggies could not move the ball at all on the ground. They were held to – 1 rushing yard. Still, the respectable play of Mond in the face of such defense, and the Aggie’s near comeback give the team plenty to build on going forward.

What to know about the LSU Tigers (11-0)

Texas A&M vs. LSU 2019 NCAAF Week 14 moneyline odds for the Tigers: -862
The last time LSU faced Texas A&M, the Tigers lost in a game that extended into seven overtimes. At the end, the teams gained over 1000 yards of total offense. The 146 combined points were the most ever scored in a modern college football game. Now the team is out for revenge. They’re also hoping to finish off their remaining two games without a blemish and march toward a national championship.

A key difference between last year’s Tigers squad and this year’s is the play of quarterback Joe Burrow. He has elevated his game to Heisman level and has LSU looking unstoppable down the stretch. Burrow had 327 passing yards and three touchdowns in last Saturday’s 56-20 win against the Arkansas Razorbacks.


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Betting trends


  • Texas A&M is 4-1 ATS in its last 5 games against SEC opponents.
  • The total has gone OVER in 11 of LSU’s last 14 games.

If you take great pleasure from seeing an underdog slay a giant, then this 2019 NCAAF Week 14 Texas A&M vs. LSU matchup has the potential to send you to orbit. Have you made your NCAAF picks for Bulldogs vs. Crimson Tide? Make sure to check out our how to bet on sports piece first.

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