Kentucky Vs Texas A&M Odds, Expert Pick & TV Info
The ninth-ranked Kentucky Wildcats will look to remain red-hot when they hit the road to take on a desperate Texas A&M Aggies ballclub that is likely playing its best basketball of the season coming into this contest.
Now, let’s find out where the college basketball point spreads value is in this matchup.
Here’s A Closer Look At The Wildcats Vs Aggies Odds, Expert Pick & TV Info
When: Saturday, March 4 at 12:00 PM ET
Where: Reed Arena, College Station, Texas
Live Stream: CBS Sports Network
NCAAB odds: TBA
Why Bet The Kentucky Wildcats
Kentucky (25-5 SU, 15-15 ATS) has won eight consecutive games including their 73-67 win over Vanderbilt on Tuesday despite failing to cover the spread as a 10.5-point home favorite. The Wildcats pulled off the largest comeback in the John Calipari era after rallying from a 19-point deficit to clinch at least tie of its 48th Southeastern Conference championship.
Freshman guard Malik Monk scored a game-high 27 points to lead Kentucky to victory. Kentucky can claim the title outright with a win at Texas A&M on Saturday. “We weren’t desperate enough to start the game,” Kentucky coach John Calipari said. “But I keep telling them, ‘I’m not responsible for your effort, your energy, your fight, you are.’
Why Bet The Texas A&M Aggies
The Aggies (16-13 SU, 11-15 ATS) have won two straight and three of their last four games and come into this matchup off a 60-43 smackdown win over Missouri on Tuesday while easily cover the college basketball betting line as a 3.5-point road favorite.
Texas A&M’s Tonny Trocha-Morelos scored a game-high 18 points and J.C. Hampton added 13 and the Aggies limited Mizzou to just 24.6 percent shooting from the field to sweep the regular season series.
Expert Pick & Final Score Prediction
The Wildcats are the ‘super easy’ pick seeing as how they beat the hell out of Texas A&M 100-58 on Jan. 3 to cash in as a 14.5-point home favorite. This time around, the Wildcats will likely be favored by at least 10 points, but it won’t matter as Kentucky wins by 20.