The Texas–Texas A&M football rivalry ran for over 100 years before the Aggies left the Big 12 to join the SEC. This historic Texas football rivalry is about to be renewed as the Longhorns return to the SEC in 2025.
That’ll make this rivalry game an annual conference game from now on. And you can bet on Texas vs. Texas A&M at legal online sportsbooks in Texas.
What’s the Texas vs. Texas A&M spread?
See below for the latest Texas vs. Texas A&M game lines. Click on any odds to go to the sportsbook, sign up for an account, and claim your bonus.
Online sportsbooks to bet on Texas vs. Texas A&M
All Texas online sportsbooks will post Longhorns vs. Aggies odds you can bet on.
Check out our best college football betting sites page for more details, or see below for a quick take on the best sportsbooks to take your Texas vs. Texas A&M action to.
- DraftKings Sportsbook: Known for the accuracy of its college football game lines and the added value in its NCAA Football promos.
- FanDuel Sportsbook: The most comprehensive college football odds, plus No Sweat Bet promos surrounding NCAA Football games.
- BetMGM Sportsbook: Valuable promos and competitive college football lines.
- Caesars Sportsbook: College football odds boosts and lines that must be checked first before you bet anywhere else.
Texas vs. Texas A&M betting guide
Betting options for the next Texas vs. Texas A&M game include the following:
What is the Texas-Texas A&M point spread?
Sportsbooks post a number of points that are essentially what the favorite is expected to win by. Once the game is over, this line is factored into the score to determine which side wins point spread bets.
Ultimately, the favorite covers the spread when they win by more than that number. The underdog covers by winning outright or losing by less than that number.
Texas was an 8-point underdog against A&M the last time they met in 2011. However, the Longhorns covered, winning the game outright. A&M would have had to win by nine for point spread bets on the Aggies to win.
An eight-point Aggies win would have been a push.
What is the Texas-Texas A&M moneyline?
Sometimes there’s more to betting on college football games than just picking winners, but the moneyline is where you do exactly that. You pick a game-winner and book your moneyline bet at the odds as they are currently posted.
Even if they change ahead of the game, you lock in the odds. You either lay money on the favorite or get the chance to win your bet back and more on the underdog.
Texas Longhorns won in 2022 with a +250 moneyline that paid $250 for every $100 bet on Texas. Had A&M won, the -300 moneyline would have paid $100 for every $300 bet.
Texas-Texas A&M totals betting
Here’s where you bet the total score will end up more or less than a totals line set by sportsbooks. The 55.5-point line the last time Texas and A&M met was close to 100% accurate.
However, the under came in with 52 points scored. Had there been 56 or more points scored, the over would have paid.
College football same-game parlays
These bets weren’t around the last time the Longhorns and Aggies played. Parlays are traditionally bets that combine two or more wagers into a single bet, offering better odds because of how hard it is to put multiple winners together.
Same-game parlays are the same thing for the same game. Check to make sure college football prop betting is available in your state. If it is, you’ll be able to combine basic Texas vs. A&M lines with team and player props to place Same Game Parlay bets on this rivalry.
Texas-Texas A&M history
Both teams being from Texas makes the rivalry between Texas and Texas A&M a natural one.
Both teams were also conference rivals in the Southwest Conference (SWC) from 1914 through 1996 and the Big 12 from 1997 until the Aggies left in 2011. They met every year from 1915 to 2011.
The first meeting between the two was in October 1894. Texas won 38-0. The last game in the series was in November 2011. Texas won by two with a field goal as time expired. They have met 118 times, and Texas owns the series with a record of 76–37–5 against A&M.
Students, coaches, and even local Texas politicians have been fighting to bring the rivalry back ever since it ended. With Texas now set to join the Southeastern Conference, it is coming back. The next game in this historic rivalry is set for 2025.
Both schools have other rivals, with Texas considering Oklahoma its biggest rival. Texas is still A&M’s most significant rival, but the Aggies ‘ rivalries with other SEC teams like Alabama and LSU are growing.
Most recent Texas vs Texas A&M odds & results
The last Texas vs. A&M rivalry game was on Nov. 24, 2011. Texas won 27–25 on a last-second field goal. Here’s how the odds looked ahead of the game back then:
|Texas A&M||-8||-300||O/U 55.5|
Top 5 Aggies vs. Longhorns games
There have been some great games in this rivalry. Below is the top five best Texas vs. Texas A&M Games in chronological order. We’ll leave it up to you, Longhorns and Aggies, to decide the order.
- 1998 – A 26-24 Texas win spoiled the Aggies undefeated-in-conference-play record. Legendary Longhorn Ricky Williams had 259 yards and a TD in this one.
- 1999 – Texas A&M won 20-17 in a year where both teams were nationally ranked. Unfortunately, the win was marred by an accident with the traditional pregame Aggies Bonfire where 12 students were killed.
- 2006 – A&M won 12-7 with both defences punching above their respective weights. This one was settled by a big 4th-and-1 stop early and an interception late.
- 2007 – A high-scoring 38-30 A&M win saw the unranked Aggies upset No. 13 Texas. This one remains one of the biggest upsets in Big 12 and Aggies history.
- 2010 – Big play after big play in a 24-17 Aggies win delivered mostly by A&M running back Cyrus Gray, who had 223 yards and two TDs.