How to watch or stream
Time: 6:30 p.m. CT
TV: SEC Network
Line: Texas A&M -19.5
Following victories over Alabama and Missouri, the Texas A&M Aggies are suddenly building some momentum.
That will likely continue Saturday night against a South Carolina team that will be starting Zeb Noland going forward following Luke Doty’s season-ending foot injury. Noland has appeared in four games already for the Gamecocks, following Doty’s preseason injury and also in relief of Doty last week following the injury. In those six games, Noland has thrown six touchdown passes to just one interception, but Texas A&M is certainly not Vanderbilt or East Carolina.
A&M will likely heavily feature running back Isaiah Spiller, who is third in the SEC in rushing yards coming into this game. South Carolina has allowed 151 rushing yards per game this season, sixth-worst in the SEC. Devon Achane may also play a part in A&M rushing attack again. Last week, against Mizzou’s historically bad rushing defense, Spiller and Achane combined for 292 yards on 36 carries.