After getting their November meeting postponed, the Ole Miss Rebels and the Texas A&M Aggies are hopeful that their rescheduled game this coming Saturday would push through. Both teams have been on a roll, with each riding a lengthy unbeaten streak. Check out our preview of this game below.
Betting Preview for the Ole Miss Rebels vs Texas A&M Aggies NCAA Week 15 College Football Game on December 12, 2020
Where: Kyle Field, College Station, TX
When: Saturday, December 12, 2020, 8:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: CBS
Betting on the Ole Miss Rebels (odds)
Record: 4-4 Overall / 4-4 Conference
For the first time since early October, Ole Miss has managed to go .500 after recording their third win in a row last Saturday at the expense of the Mississippi State Bulldogs at home to the tune of a 31-24 score. The Rebels took a 14-0 lead right out of the gate and never looked back, as quarterback Matt Corral finished with 385 passing yards and two touchdowns without an interception on 24-of-36 completions. Corral can find himself in a shootout against Kellen Mond and the Aggies’ offense, though the Ole Miss’ defense has shown some improvement in last Saturday’s victory. The Rebels held Mississippi State down to only 3-of-14 conversion on third downs and allowed just 39 rushing yards. Circling back to Ole Miss’ offense, the Rebels entered the Mississippi State game fifth in the nation with 356.5 passing yards per game and 13th with 39.8 points per contest.
Ole Miss is 5-3 against the spread in its last eight games against the Aggies.
Betting on the Texas A&M Aggies (odds)
Record: 7-1 Overall / 7-1 Conference
The Aggies continue to be unbeaten since their stumble back in early October against the Alabama Crimson Tide. They have now gone 6-0 over their last six games, a stretch that includes their 31-20 victory over the Auburn Tigers on the road last Saturday. Kellen Mond was steady as usual as he went 18 of 23 for 196 passing yards and two touchdowns without an interception. Meanwhile, running back Isiah Spiller had 120 rushing yards on 20 carries. Spiller is among the best running backs in the SEC, at least, and though the Rebels have made quite an impression against the run in their win over Mississippi State, the Aggies’ star tailback is a completely different animal. Spiller entered the Auburn game second in the SEC with 111.0 rushing yards per game to go with six touchdowns. The successes of Mond and Spiller this season are a credit to the Aggies’ offensive line that’s allowed the fewest sacks in the conference.
The under is 5-4-1 in Texas A&M’s last 10 games as the home team.
Texas A&M wins, 33-24.
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