While the Jayhawks are favored, A&M has a shot at the upset as they are unbeaten at home this season. A&M could get a look from those that bet on college basketball.
College basketball betting has seen A&M win five of their last six games overall. Texas A&M is now tied for second in the Big 12. Last week it was A&M snapping Missouri's 32-game home court winning streak and the Aggies also beat Baylor at home. "It's so hard to win in this league," head coach Mark Turgeon said. "You look at (winning) five out of six, four of them could have gone either way. We've done the little things in close games to win. That's kind of been the difference."
Winning against Kansas won’t be easy though in college basketball betting. The Jayhawks are 17-5 ATS in their last 22 Monday games. Covering the spread though is definitely possible. The Jayhawks are just 1-4 against the number for those making a bet on college basketball in their last 5 games overall. A&M is 4-0 vs. the college basketball betting line in their last 4 games overall. In this series, the Jayhawks are 4-1 in college basketball betting in the last 5 meetings at Texas A&M.
Five of the last seven Kansas games overall have gone under the college basketball betting total. Texas A&M is on the other side in college basketball betting as four of their last five have gone over. At home though, five of the last seven home games have gone under for those that bet on college basketball.
There are just a few tough games remaining for Kansas this season. They have a rivalry game left against Kansas State and they finish at Missouri but this game on Monday at A&M might be the toughest. A&M is simply a team that doesn’t make many mistakes and they are a team to follow as you make a bet on college basketball. "We never panic," Aggies coach Mark Turgeon said. A&M is actually ahead of Texas in the standings and could be a team to watch down the stretch. "This is the most coachable team I've had since I've been here," Turgeon said. "They have so much confidence in each other. I believe in them and they believe in me." The Aggies are just mid-range in the Big 12 statistics but somehow they find ways to win.