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Texas A&M Aggies 2014 BCS Odds


The Texas A&M Aggies initial foray into the SEC was a great success as they posted an 11-2 record and earned a 41-13 victory over its former Big 12 rival, Oklahoma, in the Cotton Bowl. Aggies quarterback Johnny Manziel also won the Heisman Trophy after amassing a staggering 5,116 yards (3706 passing, 1410 rushing) and 47 touchdowns (26 passing, 21 rushing). Still, Texas A&M placed third in the SEC West division behind Alabama and LSU. The oddsmakers at offshore book 5Dimes are expecting another great season from Kenny Sumlin’s squad as their latest 2014 BCS Odds have the Aggies listed as a +1400 moneyline play ($100 wins $1400) to win the National Championship. Texas A&M is a second pick, at +390 odds, to win the SEC West and a fourth choice to win the SEC Championship with a +850 line.
 
The Aggies are featured in six of the Golden Nugget’s College Football Games of the Year early lines. They are a double digit favorite in five of the six games and lined as a dog in only one contest, a November 23rd meeting with LSU in Baton Rouge (+2).
 
Texas A&M Aggies 2014 BCS Odds:
 
Texas A&M Aggies Odds to win the 2014 BCS National Championship +1400
Texas A&M Aggies Odds to win the SEC +850 (four of 14)
Texas A&M Aggies Odds to win the SEC West +390 (two of seven)

Golden Nugget College Football Games of the Year (featuring Texas A&M):
 
September 28th Texas A&M (-17) at Arkansas
October 12th Texas A&M (-4) at Ole Miss
October 19th Texas A&M (-24) vs Auburn
October 26th Texas A&M (-16) vs Vanderbilt
November 23rd Texas A&M (+2) at LSU
November 30th Texas A&M (-13) at Missouri
 
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