College Hoops Underdog Quick Pick: Back Plus Money Texas A&M Vs Missouri

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Free NCAAB Pick: Texas A&M +103Best Line Offered: at 5Dimes

A little bit earlier this season Texas A&M took care of business at home beating Missouri 60-49. Today oddsmakers have made the home team in Missouri a small one-point favorite, but for my NCAAB pick I will back Texas A&M and I look for them to win this game straight up. Texas A&M has won four games in a row and look to be rolling with their last two being two impressive wins at Auburn and against Kentucky.

Missouri has also won four games in a row but I simply do not like how they match up with this Texas A&M team that seems to have turned their season around. Matchup wise we should see a very tough contest with both these teams being even almost across the board. For example, Missouri allows opponents to shoot 40.2% from the floor while Texas A&M allows 39.7% ranking them 17th and 10th in the country respectively. Across the board that’s how it looks statistically with these two teams. However, Texas A&M tends to get up more attempts per game which I think could be the difference. Ultimately I like how the Aggies are playing basketball right now.

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