NCAA basketball odds on the Texas A&M Aggies will be interesting to follow in 2007-2008 as the Aggies have a new head coach and a lot of talent.
The Aggies will miss guard Acie Law but they have enough talent to make an impact in basketball odds this season.
NCAA basketball odds will be influenced on A&M games by the play of big forward Joseph Jones. He originally declared for the NBA Draft but will be back for his senior season. NCAA basketball odds fans know that in addition to Jones the Aggies have forward DeAndre Jordan and Josh Carter. This makes A&M very tough upfront. Providing depth upfront according to experts that bet NCAA basketball odds are Bryan Davis, Chinemelu Elonu and Denzel Bowles.
Fans of NCAA basketball odds will notice that senior Dominique Kirk will be taking over Law’s position. He will not be as exciting but he is a smart player. Sophomore Donald Sloan probably will get the other guard spot according to basketball odds experts but will face pressure from Byrson Graham, Derrick Roland and newcomers Derrek Lewis and Nathan Walkup. B.J. Holmes may also get playing time and make an impact on NCAA basketball odds.
Fans of NCAA basketball odds may know that Texas A&M set a record for wins in a season last year. The 27 overall victories broke the school mark set in 1979-80 (26-8). Basketball odds experts remember that junior Josh Carter set a school record with 86 field goals made from 3-point range in 2006-07. He ranks first on the Big 12 career list in 3-point field goal percentage (.455). Many NCAA basketball odds fans may want to know that Carter led the NCAA in 3-point field goal percentage last season, shooting 50 percent from behind the arc. Carter knocked down 86 treys in 172 attempts for fans of NCAA basketball odds. Fans of NCAA basketball odds remember that senior forward Joseph Jones scored in double-digits in 16 of his last 21 games a year ago. NCAA basketball odds fans should know that A&M has won 31 Big 12 games in the last three seasons. Another NCAA basketball odds note is that the Aggies led the conference in field goal percentage defense (.375), scoring defense (59.4 ppg), 3-point field goal percentage defense (.294) and rebound defense (30.7 rpg) a year ago. The field goal defense ranked second nationally for fans of basketball odds.