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Matchup: Texas A&M Aggies @ Texas Longhorns
Date: Tuesday, November 25th, 8:00 ET
Location: Darrell K Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, TX
Game Line: Texas A&M -3
Over/Under 47.5

The 5-6 Texas Longhorns find themselves in an unfamiliar position, needing a win in the last game of the regular season if they hope to go bowling. Texas will look to get that win against their arch-rival, the 8-3 Texas A&M Aggies, on Thanksgiving night. On Saturday, the Longhorns snapped a four-game losing streak, by easily dispatching of the Florida Atlantic Owls. The Longhorns jumped out to a 24-7 halftime lead en route to a 51-17 rout of FAU. In the game, QB Garrett Gilbert had his best effort of the season, completing 15 of 21 passes for 263 yards and two scores while also running the ball for 60 yards and a touchdown. Gilbert connected with WR James Kirkendoll for a couple big plays and Kirkendoll ended up with 123 yards receiving and a touchdown on the day. As for the Aggies, Texas A&M has won five straight coming into this game and is in prime position to make their first big bowl appearance in years. QB Ryan Tannehill has completely turned this team around since taking over for Jerrod Johnson in the win against Kansas. Tannehill has played relatively mistake-free football and is 4-0 with wins over Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Baylor, and Nebraska as a starter. Against Nebraska, Tannehill managed the game well, completing 19 of29 passes for 172 yards with no turnovers against the stingy Black Shirt defense. RB Cyrus Gray had a big day against the Cornhuskers in the 9-6 victory, carrying the ball 26 times for 137 yards.

Free College Football Picks: Texas +3
Prediction: Texas 31 Texas A&M 27

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