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(NCAAF) Texas A&M -12.5 over Duke (Tuesday, December 31, 2013 8:00 PM EST)
This is likely the final college game for Johnny “Football” Manziel. He’ll look to go out with a bang with the Aggies coming into the game on a two game skid, getting throttled at LSU and then failing to derail a Missouri team that was ultimately headed for the SEC championship game. The vaunted A&M offense appeared to be solved in those two losses but last year’s Heisman Trophy winner figures to do a lot of business against a suspect Duke Blue Devil defense that showed its true colors allowing 45 points on 569 yards in the ACC championship game vs Florida State. The Aggies are a far cry from the Seminoles on both sides of the ball but they do rock an explosive big play offense that puts points on the board. You really can’t say enough about the great season that Duke has had, coming out of nowhere to win ten games. That said, this is a team that lost early to a pedestrian Georgia Tech (38-14) and Pitt (58-55) before getting rolled by Florida State. They feasted on a weak ACC and missing Clemson on the schedule. Duke is in B2B bowl games for the first time in school history and have not won a bowl since 1960. In one of the epic bad beats in football betting history, the Devils were 34-all with Cincinnati and at the Bearcat five with 1:20 left to go before fumbling, giving up an 83-yards touchdown and a pick six to not cover as a 9-point dog. Duke is well coached and better with more experience this year but in the end just cant trade points to a top half SEC team. Take the Aggies in a shootout.
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