Sport Texas A&M vs. Mississippi State: NCAA college football live stream, TV channel, start time, odds, predictions
No. 11 Texas A&M beats Mississippi State 28-14
STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — Isaiah Spiller ran for 114 yards and two touchdowns and Kellen Mond threw for two scores to help No. 11 Texas A&M beat Mississippi State 28-14 on Saturday. Texas A&M (3-1) led 14-0 at the half and had 325 yards of total offense in the game. Ainias Smith caught five passes for 20 yards and a touchdown. Chase Lane caught two passes, including a 51-yard touchdown reception in the opening minutes of the third quarter. Mississippi State (1-3) had little offensive rhythm for the third straight game. The Bulldogs' first touchdown came on Emmanuel Forbes' interception return in the third quarter.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs will welcome the Texas A&M Aggies to the Davis Wade Stadium in Mississippi.
Mississipi State is coming into this game after a disappointing 24-2 loss to Kentucky and will look to get back to its roots at home. Meanwhile, Texas A&M is coming off a huge 41-38 win over Florida last weekend.
Can the Bulldogs get out of their own way and keep up with the Aggies? Tune in and find out, here is everything you need to know to stream the game.
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Texas A&M vs. Mississippi StateWhen: Saturday, October 17 Time: 4:00 p.m. ET TV Channel: SEC Network Live Stream: fuboTV (
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Prediction: Mississippi State looked absolutely horrific against Kentucky, who is a solid team but they couldn’t put any points on the board. I see Texas A&M easily handing the Bulldogs the L.
Bet: Texas A&M Aggies -4
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Texas A&M (-4) vs. Mississippi State
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Arkansas snaps 20-game SEC skid, 21-14 vs. Mississippi St. .
STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) Two coaches and almost three years since Arkansas last won a Southeastern Conference game, the Razorbacks took down the team that was the talk of college football last week. Feleipe Franks threw two touchdown passes and Arkansas intercepted K.J. Costello three times as the Razorbacks broke a 20-game SEC losing streak by upsetting No. 16 Mississippi State 21-14 on Saturday night. © APWF Arkansas coach Sam Pittman talks to wide receiver Mike Woods (8) during the second half of the team's NCAA college football game against Mississippi State in Starkville, Miss., Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020.