The Auburn Tigers and the Texas A&M Aggies are right next to each other in the SEC standings. Will Auburn come up with a W in College Station this Tuesday? Or will Texas A&M embarrass its visitors? Check out our preview of this Auburn vs Texas A&M matchup in the 2022-23 NCAA basketball season. There are more college basketball previews to read here at TopBet, so feel free to look around and make bets once you’re ready.
Betting Preview for the Auburn Tigers vs Texas A&M Aggies NCAA College Basketball Game on February 7 2023
Where: Reed Arena, College Station, TX
When: Tuesday, February 7, 2023, 7:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: CBS
Betting on the Auburn Tigers (odds)
Record: 17-6 Overall/7-3 Conference
Auburn went toe-to-toe against arguably the best team in the nation right now but fell short of the goal in a 46-43 road loss to the Tennessee Volunteers last Saturday. With both teams flexing their muscles on defense, that game played out as anyone expected it to. Auburn also had a bit of a hard time on offense against Texas A&M when the two teams first met this season, with the Aggies coming out on top on Jan. 25, but Auburn can still get pretty dangerous with the ball. The Tigers are second in SEC play with 51.9 percent shooting from inside the arc. On defense, Auburn is 12th nationally with just 93.1 points allowed per 100 possessions adjusted.
Auburn is 3-0 against the spread in its last three games overall.
Betting on the Texas A&M Aggies (odds)
Record: 16-7 Overall/8-2 Conference
The Aggies absolutely destroyed the Georgia Bulldogs last Saturday in an 82-57 home win. That’s a great way to rebound for Texas A&M following an 81-70 road loss to the Arkansas Razorbacks on Jan. 31. Tyrece Radford led the Aggies in the Georgia game with 15 points and seven rebounds. Wade Taylor IV, who leads Texas A&M this season in scoring, only had eight points on 3/10 shooting, but his offense wasn’t really needed. Together with Radford, Taylor can get back to his usual form when he sees Auburn again. In the first meeting, Radford erupted for 30 points, while Taylor finished with 15 points with a 3/5 shooting from behind the arc.
Texas A&M, which has lost just once in 12 home games so far this season, is 6-4 against the spread in its last 10 outings overall.
Texas A&M wins, 73-71.
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