The Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks (2-0) will travel to Reed Arena to take on the Texas A&M Aggies (1-0). The game is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, November 11, 2019.
Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks at Texas A&M Aggies Betting Odds
Both teams were triumphant in their last game. The Aggies were victorious over the Northwestern State Demons 77-63, while the Warhawks won a close one over the Alcorn State Braves 73-72.
The Warhawks had a much better free throw rate (0.288 vs. 0.096) and had a much better effective field goal percentage (0.558 vs. 0.445). The Aggies, meanwhile, had a much better free throw rate (0.340 vs. 0.055) and had a much better effective field goal percentage (0.600 vs. 0.404). Texas A&M was lifted by Savion Flagg, who put up 22 points, seven rebounds and five assists. Michael Ertel, meanwhile had a good outing for Louisiana-Monroe, recording 16 points and six rebounds.
Texas A&M figures to have an advantage on the offensive glass in this meeting. The Aggies rank 49th in offensive rebounding percentage (32.6 percent), while Louisiana-Monroe ranks 224th in defensive rebounding percentage (70.9 percent) since last season. Additionally, the Warhawks have been among the NCAA’s best at getting to the line, ranking 23rd in free throw attempt (FTA) rate (0.280). The Aggies, meanwhile, rank 24th in opponents’ FTA rate (0.181).
Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks vs. Texas A&M Aggies Pick
College Basketball Pick: SU Winner – Texas A&m, ATS Winner – Louisiana-Monroe, O/U – Under
Betting Notes (2018-Present):
- Louisiana-Monroe averages 24.9 three pointers per game, which ranks 73rd in the country. Texas A&M ranks 291st in three pointers allowed per game (26.6).
- The Warhawks average 13.9 assists per game, which ranks 118th in the country. The Aggies rank 263rd in assists allowed per game (15.1).
- Louisiana-Monroe ranks 124th in rebounds allowed per game (34.3) while Texas A&M ranks 238th (36.3).
- The Aggies rank 41st in blocks per game (4.5) while the Warhawks rank 239th (2.4).
- Louisiana-Monroe ranks 77th in steals allowed per game (5.6) while Texas A&M ranks 237th (7.1).