Texas A&M Aggies Odds 2022: College Football Odds, Team Preview, Futures

Written By Brett Gibbons on August 28, 2022
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Is it finally time for the Texas A&M Aggies to return to national prominence? After years of underwhelming in the win column, Jimbo Fisher appears ready to unleash the full potential of what A&M’s been building for years. Stacking elite recruiting classes has finally built up a major glut of talent, particularly at the line of scrimmage. First, A&M almost made the College Football Playoff (2020), then they beat rival Alabama (2021). Can they put those together and vault into being a top program in 2022?

This page will serve as a one-stop shop for everything you need to know about the Texas A&M Aggies for the 2022 season. Where do they stand on college football odds tables with mounting expectations?

Week 1 Odds: Texas A&M vs. Sam Houston State

There are no odds currently placed for this game.

Odds for Power 5 vs. FCS games may become available closer to kickoff, but don’t expect many options. Oftentimes in lopsided matchups like this one, oddsmakers will create a spread and a point total and not offer ML on either team. This should be target practice for A&M to open up the season, though Sam Houston State will begin its transition to the FBS next season.

College Football Week 1 odds

Texas A&M odds, 2022 team preview

Injuries completely derailed Texas A&M in 2021. Per Phil Steele, they lost the most starts to injury of any team in the nation (74!) and– despite upsetting Alabama and getting to 7-2– finished just 8-4. According to an opposing coach, Texas A&M never gave games their best effort unless, “everything [was] on the line.” Defensively, the Aggies were elite and this coming season they return five starters (four in the secondary), but offensively they were difficult to watch at times.

Texas A&M landed the highest-rated recruiting class of all time according to 247Sports’ rankings. Some of the incoming freshman who may see a major role Day 1 include receiver Evan Stewart (No. 11 national recruit) and defensive linemen Walter Nolan (No. 2). The downright insane DL class signed by the Aggies (they signed four of the top five DL prospects of 2022) will help them with depth and rotation, vital in the SEC West.

QB, however, remains a question. Will Haynes King resume his starting duties after missing last season with a broken leg? Will it be LSU transfer Max Johnson? How about highly-touted freshman Conner Weigman?

Aside from the critical QB position, Texas A&M is set. They’re elite at all of the core positions with ample talent at skill positions. WR Ainais Smith was a dangerous possession receiver and running back Devon Achane nearly hit 1,000 yards despite being a backup (nine TDs, 7.0 yards per carry!).

As always, they draw a gauntlet in the SEC West, playing at Alabama this year. Out of conference, A&M has Miami at home in one of the more exciting early-season games, but not to be overlooked, also Appalachian State in Week 2.

Players to watch

  • OL Bryce Foster: Foster and teammate OT Reuben Fartheree II were Freshman All-Americans last season and cement what should be a very good offensive line for the Aggies. At center, Foster directs protections and identifies blitzes, which is why we named him here. However, both of these players will make All-SEC runs this season as sophomores.
  • WR Ainais Smith: A dangerous possession receiver for A&M, Smith has caught 90 passes in the last two seasons. He’s also got experience as a running back, making him a versatile athlete for A&M’s offense this coming season. As the lone returning skill starter, expect the Aggies to gameplan him in every chance they get.
  • DB Antonio Johnson: Johnson is a popular preseason All-American pick despite having an ambiguous role on A&M’s defense. He played nickel last year, but might fall into place as a true safety in 2022. Regardless, he’s a special player who was second on the team in tackles (78).

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Texas A&M schedule and betting odds

DateGameTime (ET)Spread
9/3/22vs. Sam Houston State (FCS)12:00 p.m.OTB
9/10/22vs. Appalachian State3:30 p.m.OTB
9/17/22vs. Miami (FL)9:00 p.m.-7.5
9/24/22vs. ArkansasTBA-5
10/1/22at Mississippi StateTBAOTB
10/8/22at AlabamaTBA+16.5
10/15/22BYEBYE
10/22/22at South CarolinaTBAOTB
10/29/22vs. Ole MissTBA-7
11/5/22vs. FloridaTBA-7
11/12/22at AuburnTBAOTB
11/19/22vs. UMassTBAOTB
11/26/22vs. LSUTBA-7.5
12/3/22SEC Championship4:00 p.m.

Texas A&M Aggies futures odds

College football futures odds will continue to shift as the season progresses. Because of the length of college football schedules, futures odds may shift dramatically week-to-week.

Texas A&M win total

Over wins with that much juice on the over is quite a statement for playing in the SEC West. According to ESPN’s FPI, Texas A&M is only looking at 7.4 wins; SP+ suggests 12 wins. In every game but the Alabama one, the Aggies will likely be favored.

Odds to win 2023 National Championship

Texas A&M is with USC as being the first set of teams outside the Big 4 (Alabama, Ohio State, Georgia, Clemson) in National Championship odds at . Should A&M be good enough to make the Playoff– which likely means either beating Alabama or winning the SEC– they’ll be in good position to.

Odds to win SEC Championship

Texas A&M has the third-shortest SEC odds and is the only tier in between the favorites (Alabama and Georgia) and the rest of the conference. However, odds reflect their difficult route through the West to get to the title game in the first place.

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Brett is an avid sports traveler and former Division-I football recruiter for Bowling Green and Texas State. He’s a graduate of BGSU and works as an auditor for Google content curation products. He’s also contributed to Sports Illustrated and Fansided during his young writing career.

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