Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Texas A&M Aggies Pick & Prediction SEPTEMBER 24th 2022

Stadium: AT&T Stadium Arlington
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A typical mainstream SEC match-up is set for Saturday evening at AT&T Stadium. The #10 ranked Arkansas Razorbacks will battle against the #23 Texas A&M Aggies in a game that could have SEC Championship and College Football Playoff implications.

Both of these teams are producing and allowing over 300 yards of offense for the season. This should be a back-and-forth affair in this top 25 SEC West match-up.

Arkansas vs. Texas A&M Betting Lines


MONEY LINE: Arkansas (+105) vs. Texas A&M (-125)

SPREAD: Arkansas +1.5 (-115) vs. Texas A&M -1.5 (-105)

GAME TOTAL: Over 48.5 (-110) vs. Under 48.5 (-110)

Arkansas vs. Texas A&M Preview, Stats and Trends

The Arkansas Razorbacks find themselves sitting in the top ten in the country after going 3-0 to start the season. They are producing points at an insane rate as they are averaging 37.7 per game.

Their quarterback KJ Jefferson has been the leader of this Arkansas offense all season long. He has tallied 770 yards with six touchdowns so far this season. As a leader of this offense, Jefferson must handle the hype and pressure of the big stage to keep his team’s momentum going.

Arkansas will have to clean up the defensive side of the ball as they are currently allowing an average of 421 yards of offense to their opponents. If the Razorbacks are to stay atop the SEC West, they must improve on the defensive side of the ball.

Texas A&M has an opportunity to get themselves right back into the SEC championship mix. They are looking to finish this week at 1-0 in the conference. With a 2-1 overall record, the SEC Championship may be their only route to a potential College Football Playoff berth.

The Aggies play a controlled game. They are averaging 20 points per game this season. Running back Devon Achane has been a staple in the A&M offense all year long. He currently has 196 yards rushing with two touchdowns on 46 carries.

This Texas A&M team looks to wear down their opponents. Keep an eye out for the chess match with the Aggies on Saturday.

Arkansas vs. Texas A&M Pick (Game Total)

These two teams are quite familiar with one another. They both know what to expect and are always ready for their opposition's best game. This week 4 contest is a high-profile contest in AT&T Stadium with all eyes on this match-up.

Expect these two teams to play a methodical, very well-coached football game. The game will open up and ultimately come down to which team limits their mistakes when the pressure begins to mount. Look for these teams to hit the over in this primetime contest.

Arkansas will outlast Texas A&M on Saturday and win the contest 35-24.

Final Score: 35-24 (Arkansas)


1. Arkansas is 2-1 against the spread this season.

2. Texas A&M is 1-2 against the spread this year.

3. The Razorbacks are averaging 500 yards of offense per game this season.

Best Bet: Over 48.5 (-110)

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Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Senior quarterback Kellen Mond threw three touchdown passes including a pair to tight end Jalen Wydermyer to lead the host Texas A&M Aggies to a 42-31 win over the Arkansas Razorbacks in the annual Southwest Classic.

The eighth-ranked Aggies (4-1, 4-1 in SEC) won their ninth in a row over the Razorbacks (2-3, 2-3) as they hosted the annual rivalry game for the first time since 2012.

Mond completed 21 of 26 passes for 260 yards and surpassed 10,000 career total yards to become the all-time leader in school history, surpassing former Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel.

Arkansas entered the game with one of the SEC's best defenses statistically, having allowed 25.5 points per game. But Texas A&M scored touchdowns on its first three trips to the red zone and scored five touchdowns inside the 20 overall.

Arkansas, which played without cornerback Jerry Jacobs, who opted out of playing the remainder of the season, couldn't add to its conference-leading 10 interceptions.

Razorbacks kicker A.J. Reed also missed two field goal attempts in the first half, which could have kept the game close.

Wydermyer caught six passes for a game-high 92 yards and Ainias Smith caught six passes for 67 yards and a touchdown. Junior receiver Hezekiah Jones caught his first passes since 2018 coming off Achilles surgery and totaled five receptions for 47 yards.

The Aggies once again balanced their attack, rushing for 182 yards as Isaiah Spiller finished with 82 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries. Smith also ran for a touchdown as did freshman Devon Achane.

Texas A&M remained efficient on third down, converting 7 of 11 such opportunities.

Arkansas quarterback Feleipe Franks also threw three touchdown passes and finished with 239 yards passing without an interception on 23 of 31 attempts.

Sophomore wide receiver Treylon Burks caught two of those touchdowns and finished with seven catches for 117 yards. Senior running back Rakeem Boyd paced Arkansas' running game with 100 yards on 18 carries adding a late touchdown.

Aggies freshman defensive back Antonio Johnson was disqualified for targeting with 13:30 left in the third quarter.

--Field Level Media