App State vs Texas A&M Point Spread Bet
Appalachian State Mountaineers vs Texas A&M Aggies
Date: Saturday, September 10th
Location: Kyle Field, College Station, TX
Point Spread: Mountaineers +17.0 / Aggies -17.0
Money Line: Mountaineers +592 / Aggies -954
This season, the Mountaineers have an overall record of 0-1 and have yet to play a game in the
Sun Belt. For the year, the Mountaineers posted a .500 record on the road, going 3-3. In their
last 3 away games, they went 2-1-0 against the spread.
In their previous game, the Mountaineers fell to North Carolina at home by a score of 63-61.
Appalachian State also picked up an ATS loss, as they were 3.5-point favorites entering the game.
In the game, Appalachian State finished with 6 touchdowns through the air while throwing for 361
yards. The team ended the game with 3 rushing touchdowns, along with a total of 288 yards on the
Heading into the matchup, Chase Brice has an overall passer rating of 125.11 on a total of 361
yards. Thus far, he has thrown for 6 touchdowns and 1 interception. Through the air, the team
will be looking for a big game from leading receiver Dashaun Davis. On the season, he has caught
6 for 72 yards. The top option in the run game for the team is Nate Noel, who has carried the
ball 14 times for a total of 116 yards.
So far, the Aggies have an overall record of 1-0 and have not played a game in the SEC. Last
year, the Aggies were an above .500 team at home, going 6-1. Across their last 3 home games, they
had an ATS record of 1-2-0.
The Mountaineers head into this week’s game looking to pick up another win after they most
recently defeated Sam Houston by a score of 31-0. In the win, Texas A&M completed 65.7 of
their 35 passes, 3 of which resulted in touchdowns. On the ground, the team ended with 1 rushing
touchdown while averaging 3.4 yards per carry for a total of 110 yards.
The team’s leading quarterback is Haynes King, who comes into the game with a passer rating of
110.15 on a completion percentage of 64.5%. Wide receiver Ainias Smith, has come up with the most
production for the team, with a total of 164 receiving yards. The top option in the run game for
the team is Devon Achane, who has carried the ball 18 times for a total of 42 yards.
Through their last 10 matchups, Appalachian State has gone 6-4-0 straight up and 5-5-0 vs the
spread. On average, the team scored 36.8 points while allowing 27.3, leading to a positive
In their last 10 contests, the Aggies have a straight up record of 6-4-0, while covering the
spread at a rate of 60.0%. The team averaged 29.8 points in these games while allowing 17.4.
Their over-under record was 5-5-0.
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KEY STATS AND ANALYSIS
So far, the Mountaineers are averaging 61.0 points per game on offense, which is good for 5th
most in college football.
In the passing game, the Mountaineers are currently one of the leading groups in the country,
at 361.0 yards per game through the air. This week, the Mountaineers will be facing a Texas
A&M defense that finished 64th in pass yards allowed per game. Last year, they averaged
240.69 yards per game when facing defenses ranked outside the top 50 in passing defense.
On the ground, the Appalachian State offense is averaging 288.0 yards per game, good for 12th
in the country. This has come while ranking 29th in attempts at 43.0 per game. This week, the
Mountaineers will be facing a Texas A&M defense that finished 54th in rush yards allowed per
game. Last year, they averaged 184.33 yards per game when facing defenses ranked outside the top
Heading into the game, the Mountaineers will hope for some improved play from their defense,
as they are currently 130th at 63.0 points per game allowed.
Heading into this week’s matchup, the Aggies will look to improve their offensive output, as
they are ranked just 72nd in the NCAA in points scored.
In the passing game, the Aggies are currently one of the leading groups in the country, at
387.0 yards per game through the air. This week, the Aggies will be facing an Appalachian State
defense that finished 58th in pass yards allowed per game. Last year, they averaged 214.8 yards
per game when facing defenses ranked outside the top 50 in passing defense.
So far, the Texas A&M offense is averaging just 110.0 yards per game on the ground. This
production has come on an average of 32.0 rush attempts per game (93rd). This week, the Aggies
will be facing an Appalachian State defense that finished 37th in rush yards allowed per game.
Last year, they averaged 128.0 yards per game when facing top 25 rush defenses.
The Aggies will look to once again play well defensively, as they are currently 7th in fewest
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