Man, not sure I can resolve all the different feelings I have about these two teams to come to a comfort zone and make a pick. I am still suspicious about A&M defense and Arkansas may have exposed that last week. I also think Miss State has enough experience against a spread offense like A&M runs to slow it down since they see something similar in practice every week. I like that the Bulldogs are coming off a bye week and should be healthy and rested while the Aggies were in a physical game last week. But then I like Sumlin's cool demeanor and the way he keeps his players' grounded in big games.
All that to say that I doubt I make a choice on this game other than to watch it. If I had to call it it would be slight lean to A&M in a close game. GL to all that decide to bet it, I may get tempted as the week goes along and I see some points I haven't considered.
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Two of the more exciting quarterbacks in the Southeastern Conference square off Saturday when Kenny Hill leads No. 7 Texas A&M into Mississippi State for a matchup with Dak Prescott and the 14th-ranked Bulldogs. Hill shook off some early struggles to finish strong and help the Aggies to a 35-28 overtime win against Arkansas last week. He finished with 386 yards passing and four more touchdowns, running his total for the season to 17 - which is tied for second among FBS signal-callers.
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