New Mexico vs #23 Texas A&M Odds, and Picks (Sep 2)

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  • New Mexico had a very rough season in 2022, finishing at just 2-10.
  • Texas A&M went 5-7, a disastrous result after opening the year ranked #6.
  • These two teams last met on September 18, 2021, in a game Texas A&M won 34-0.

The college football season is approaching. Let’s preview the upcoming New Mexico vs Texas A&M game.

How to Watch

  • ESPN


New Mexico had a rough go of it over the past several seasons. Back in 2016, the Lobos won the New Mexico Bowl, finishing the year at 9-4. Since then, things have not been kind to them. From 2017 to present, the Lobos have gone just 15-52 (.224). They failed to win four games in any of those seasons. New Mexico needs a complete turnaround before conversations of relegation to the FCS Big Sky start.

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Texas A&M had very high expectations heading into last season. After claiming one of the most incredible defensive recruiting classes in history, the Aggies opened the year ranked #6. Unfortunately, that level of top recruits didn’t translate to success, and they wound up missing a bowl game and going just 5-7. With some experience now under their belts, Texas A&M should get closer to last year’s expectation in 2023-24.


There is pretty much no scenario where New Mexico ends up winning this game in my mind. Their best record in the past 6 seasons is 3-9, and they will be completely outmatched against the Aggies. That being said, covering the spread is a different story. While I don’t expect the Lobos to score much at all, their defense could still keep an inexperienced Texas A&M under 38 points. I’ll take the Lobos to cover.

NCAAF Picks:

  • Texas A&M 37, New Mexico 3 ()
Keith McCarthy
Contributor Keith McCarthy is an experienced sports analyst with a passion for predicting the outcomes of games spanning across sports such as football, basketball, baseball, and hockey, with a special expertise in college sports.