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Tennessee Football vs. Texas A&M: Five prop bets

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It’s hard enough to bet the spread and over/under for Saturday’s matchup between Tennessee Football and the Texas A&M Aggies. However, since there are no clear mismatches in the game, prop bets are even harder. That makes the outcome a little bit tricky on both fronts, but we did our best. Here are the Vols and Aggies five best prop bets.

5. Texas A&M defensive TD (+490)

Against Arkansas, Texas A&M had multiple defensive touchdowns. Tennessee Football turns the ball over a lot more this year than they did last year, as Joe Milton III already has three interceptions. As a result, this is a very good bet. If this game hits the over, it’ll be because of a defensive score.

4. Tennessee Football defensive TD (+500)

Take what money you would put on one prop bet, split it in half, and put it on both of these. Heck, both defenses could score a touchdown. The Vols had a pick-six two weeks ago against the South Carolina Gamecocks, and A&M has given up defensive touchdowns multiple times on the year.

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3. Ainias Smith scores a touchdown

Yes, he only has one on the year, and it’s on special teams, but Ainias Smith has been the leading receiver for A&M this season, so the law of averages says he should eventually find the end zone. Add in the special teams threat and the odds of +150, and honestly, this is an easy bet.

2. Max Johnson Under 207.5 passing yards

Max Johnson will suffer a similar fate against Tennessee Football to Spencer Rattler. So far, Johnson has been okay, but like Rattler, he struggles when it comes to facing pressure. A&M’s protection is awful, and UT has a bad pass rush, so Johnson will struggle throughout the day.

1. Joe Milton III Under 250.5 passing yards

Everybody is overreacting to A&M giving up over 300 yards to Jalen Milroe through the air, but before that, they gave up 132 to the Arkansas Razorbacks and 44 to the Auburn Tigers. Does anybody think Milton will be closer to Milroe than the other two? It obviously won’t happen. Tennessee Football has crossed 250 once this year, in a loss. They won’t Saturday.

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