The Texas A&M Aggies (3-5) will host the Florida Gators (4-4) on Saturday at 12:00 PM ET.

The Aggies are the favorites (-3) in their game against the Gators, with the over/under being 54 points. (On the moneyline, the Aggies are -154 and the Gators are +126.)

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Game Info and Betting Lines for Texas A&M vs. Florida

  • Game Day: Saturday, November 5, 2022
  • Game Time: 12:00 PM ET
  • TV Channel: ESPN
  • Location: College Station, Texas
  • Stadium: Kyle Field
Aggies vs Gators Betting Information
Favorite Spread Favorite Spread Odds Underdog Spread Odds Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds Favorite Moneyline Underdog Moneyline
Aggies -3 -114 -108 54 -109 -112 -154 +126

Texas A&M Betting Insights

  • So far this season, Florida has put together a 4-4-0 record against the spread.
  • Florida is 2-0 against the spread so far this season when playing as at least 3-point underdogs.
  • In Florida’s eight games with a set total, five have hit the over (62.5%).

Texas A&M Stats & Insights

  • Texas A&M ranks 92nd in total offense (359.9 yards per game) and 66th in total defense (376.0 yards allowed per game) this year.
  • Texas A&M is totaling 22.6 points per game on offense this year (104th in the FBS), and is allowing 21.8 points per game (36th) on the defensive side of the ball.
  • Texas A&M owns the 72nd-ranked offense this year in terms of passing yards (235.9 passing yards per game), and has been better on the other side of the ball, ranking seventh-best with just 170.1 passing yards allowed per game.
  • Texas A&M owns the 102nd-ranked rushing offense this year (124.0 rushing yards per game), and has been less effective defensively, ranking 11th-worst with 205.9 rushing yards allowed per game.
  • Texas A&M ranks 25th-worst in third-down percentage (34.3%), but has been better on defense, ranking 73rd with a 39.0% third-down percentage allowed.
  • Texas A&M ranks 100th in college football with an even turnover margin after forcing 11 turnovers (73rd in the FBS) while committing 11 (61st in the FBS).

Texas A&M’s Best Players

  • Haynes King has thrown for 941 yards, completing 57% of his passes and collecting six touchdowns and six interceptions this season. He’s also run for 101 yards (12.6 ypg) on 27 carries with one rushing touchdown.
  • Devon Achane has 765 rushing yards on 142 carries with four touchdowns. He’s also added 33 catches for 195 yards (24.4 per game) and two touchdowns through the air.
  • Evan Stewart’s team-leading 478 yards as a receiver have come on 38 receptions (out of 73 targets) with two touchdowns.
  • Muhsin Muhammad III has caught 23 passes while averaging 42.8 yards per game and scoring three touchdowns.
  • Ainias Smith has been the target of 24 passes and racked up 15 catches for 291 yards, an average of 36.4 yards per contest. He’s found the end zone two times through the air this season.
  • Fadil Diggs leads the team with 3.0 sacks, and also has 15 tackles.
  • Chris Russell is the team’s tackle leader this year. He’s totaled 31 tackles, 4.0 TFL, and 2.5 sacks.
  • Jardin Gilbert has a team-leading two interceptions to go along with 23 tackles and three passes defended.

Florida Betting Insights

  • Florida has gone 4-4-0 ATS this year.
  • Florida is a perfect 2-0 against the spread when an underdog by 3 points or more this year.
  • Florida has hit the over in five of their eight games with a set total (62.5%).

Florida Stats & Insights

  • Florida ranks 45th in total yards per game (422.8), but it has been less effective on the other side of the ball, ranking 15th-worst in the FBS with 445.0 total yards surrendered per contest.
  • Florida ranks 64th in the FBS with 30.0 points per game on offense, and it ranks 94th with 29.9 points surrendered per contest on the defensive side of the ball.
  • Florida is generating 223.8 passing yards per contest on offense this season (85th-ranked). Meanwhile, it is giving up 253.3 passing yards per contest (96th-ranked) on defense.
  • Florida has been struggling against the run, ranking 16th-worst with 191.8 rushing yards surrendered per game. It has been better on offense, putting up 199.0 rushing yards per contest (26th-ranked).
  • Florida ranks 65th in third-down conversion percentage (39.6%) on offense, but it has been less effective on the defensive side of the ball, ranking second-worst in the FBS with a 52.3% third-down percentage allowed.
  • After forcing 14 turnovers (26th in the FBS) and turning the ball over 10 times (42nd in the FBS) this season, Florida sports the 33rd-ranked turnover margin of +4.

Florida’s Best Players

  • Anthony Richardson has thrown for 1,638 yards (204.8 ypg) to lead Florida, completing 55.1% of his passes and tossing seven touchdown passes and seven interceptions this season. He is also a playmaker on the ground, racking up 414 yards (51.8 ypg) on 67 carries with six touchdowns.
  • Montrell Johnson has rushed for 449 yards on 70 carries so far this year while scoring seven times on the ground.
  • Justin Shorter leads his squad with 471 receiving yards on 21 catches with two touchdowns.
  • Xzavier Henderson has put up a 362-yard season so far with two touchdowns. He’s caught 32 passes on 45 targets.
  • Ricky Pearsall’s 33 targets have resulted in 19 receptions for 341 yards and two touchdowns.
  • Amari Burney has 4.0 sacks to pace the team, and also has 4.0 TFL, 34 tackles, and two interceptions.
  • Rashad Torrence is the team’s leading tackler this year. He’s picked up 51 tackles.
  • Burney leads the team with two interceptions, while also collecting 34 tackles, 4.0 TFL, four sacks, and two passes defended.
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