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Texas A&M vs Mississippi Live Stream, Watch Online, TV Channels, Kickoff Times, Odds & Predictions

No. 17 Texas A&M travels to Mississippi this weekend for a pivotal matchup against SEC West in Starkville, Mississippi. The Aggies are looking to avoid a 3-2 start after preseason expectations run so high, but the Bulldogs need a conference win ahead of a brutal slate.

Since losing to Appalachia State, Texas A&M has bounced back with two straight victories over Miami and Arkansas, but it hasn’t always been good. After changing quarterback to Max Johnson, the Aggies still struggle to find the end zone. Things only got worse with wide receiver Aeneas Smith ending the year with a foot injury. The good news is that the defense was able to hold off their opponents. This should continue against Mike Leach’s air raid plan.

Mississippi is still looking for its first SEC win after falling apart in the fourth quarter against LSU. The Bulldogs will quickly find a way to win as this game begins a difficult stretch that includes home games against Texas A&M and his No. 20 Arkansas before facing No. 7 Kentucky and his No. 2 Alabama. is needed. Two weeks after that, Mississippi State travels to Athens for a game against number 1 Georgia. This is an important game for head coach Mike Leach and his program.

This SEC West rivalry match-up could have a significant impact on the standings at the end of the season.

How to Watch Texas A&M vs. Mississippi Live

date: Saturday, October 1 | time: 4:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time
position: Davis Wade Stadium — Starkville, Mississippi
tv set: SEC Network | Live stream: fuboTV (free trial)

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Devon Acane, Texas A&M RB: With both Texas A&M quarterbacks struggling and Smith on the shelf for the rest of the year, the Aggies will rely more on Akane for the rest of the way. He’s off to a strong start to 2022, scoring his 1,171 yards from scrimmage and his 10 touchdowns as a sophomore. In his first four games, Acane tallied his 355 rushing yards, 71 receiving yards and four total touchdowns. Acane has most of the work to do if the Aggies move the ball against Mississippi State.

Will Rogers, Mississippi QB: Following his own strong sophomore campaign, much was expected of Rodgers this year. Made 78.9% of passes in interceptions. Against LSU, Rodgers had 1 point and 1 pick in which he threw for 214 yards, which he completed 57.1%. He will need to step up his game if the Bulldogs are to beat the Aggies this weekend.

Antonio Johnson, Texas A&M DB: Johnson is highly anticipated in the 2023 NFL Draft and was ranked 15th overall in the latest Mock Draft by CBS Sports expert Chris Trapasso. So far, Johnson has done a lot of good to scouts. He has amassed a total of 38 tackles, one tackle lost and one sack. With the Aggies offense still trying to build momentum, Johnson and the rest of the defense will need to pick up the slack and keep Mississippi State off the board.

Texas A&M vs. Mississippi Prediction

Odds by Caesars Sportsbook

It’s a battle between two players with relatively strong defenses, so it’s a matter of who is stronger offensively. The Aggies’ quarterback play has been lackluster this season, and Smith’s injury makes it hard to trust them offensively, as Rodgers did better at home, even though he struggled against LSU in Death Valley. and is by far the most proven signal-caller in this matchup. The Bulldogs had enough points on the scoreboard to win the game and cover the spread. Forecast: Mississippi -3.5